I traded my 2007 GMC Envoy for a 2014 Acadia.
I am disappointed that the vehicle does not drive nearly as well as the Envoy.It is jerky in response.
Also, there is no memory seat function for the power seats, which, in my case, is a major aggravation since more than one person drives my car.
And, there is no light in the glove box.
You would think that a car that cost this much would have these features.
I think I want my Envoy back!
console space is well designed
needs memory function for power seats;needs a light in glove compartment; xm radio features need to be less confusing to program
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