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GMC Acadia
Sticker price: $31,890 - $40,490
Wholesale price: $30,136 - $38,263
Market price: $27,020 - $34,095

The Acadia is one of of four essentially similar large crossover vehicles from GM. While all four - the Acadia, Saturn Outlook, Chevrolet Traverse and Buick Enclave - look very different from the outside, all are similarly roomy inside, offer easy access and have similarly car-like ride and handling qualities.

Once famous for trashy interiors, GM has more than stepped up in recent years. All of these vehicles have attractive and highly functional interiors. The Enclave's, in particular, rises to the level of art, provided you pick the right colors.

All four are solid choices for keeping your family safe, too, having earned "Top Safety Pick" awards from the Insurance Institute. And, despite their size, they get a respectable 24 mpg in highway driving.

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Last updated March 28 2009: 8:17 AM ET
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