I had been looking at replacing my Subaru tribeca. I looked at the explorer, acadia, santa fe. and highlander. The explorer's interior felt cheap compared to the acadia and pathfinder and it was not as quiet also. The santa fe was a decent vehicle but did not really like it. The toyota's interior felt patched together....two information screens, and second row seats seemed to be a pain to configure. It really came down to the Acadia SLT and the Pathfinder SL. I could have bought either but the pathfinder was thousands less than the GMC.
So far I have put on about 2200 miles in two months. The ride is smooth and quiet. Interior is very upscale.
Bose stereo, moon roof, tow package, comfortable seats, good mpg
Just nit picking.
LED tail lights, mirror or side blinkers, offer more features such as blind spot monitoring and radar cruise control (all found on the Infinity but not the Nissan)
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