Vastly underrated SUV
I bought a runout Acadia LT well after Holden announced it's exit, and couldn’t be happier. This SUV has a huge amount of power, 5 year warranty, less than 10L/100 avg fuel economy, large amount of space, astonishing amount of equipment for a base model. This is the vehicle has the most comfortable ride of any car i've owned, and the build quality so far has been first rate (one minor software update for the GPS was fixed promptly my local dealer). Don't believe the badge snobs and hard to please whingers, this is the one to buy!
Purchased in July 2020.
Awesome Car, Amazing Value
We weren’t originally considering the Acadia LTZ-V AWD as the $69000 price tag wasn’t in our budget. However when the discounts where announced we headed straight into the dealer. After an inspection & test drive we studied the reviews & got some facts on the warranty & service advise. 3 days later on the 1st March we bought one online from a dealer in Sydney at an amazing price, with options we saved over $18000. To be honest we couldn’t be happier with the Acadia, for us & our needs it ticks all the boxes. It’s so comfortable & such a pleasur...e & easy to drive. We found the size,quality & tech features unbeatable for just over $50000. Currently they are selling like Hotcakes (with the discount) once they’re all gone & people get familiar with them in my opinion they will be a sort after vehicle. We’ve owned numerous cars & 4wds & before we settled on the Acadia we investigated the competition including Kia, Mazda & Toyota. For the price we reckon we got a bargain & we would recommend these to our friends & family. True we haven’t done many k’s in ours & certainly haven’t had any service or warranty issues...time will tell.
So much potential
Car has potential and is a nice looking yank tank suv but poor build quality lets it down. Had a SD card issue for the first 9 months followed by fuel gauge issues and a clip breaking off. I expect better for over $60K
Purchased in January 2019.
Questions & Answers
acadia lt new august 2020 problem with filling the fuel tank. first filling having problem refueling. the fuel pump nozzle need to be inserted up side down for the fuel to be able to flow freely into the tank otherwise thew nozzle disconnect or the fuel blow back. Inserting the nozzle up side down scratch the paint. Otherwise we like the car. I remember a previous Holden model had the same problem of not accepting full flow refueling but this is worth. Frank
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