General Motors' large three-row crossovers have all gotten makeovers for the new model year. The GMC Acadia, already a personal favorite, has benefited the most from this round of plastic surgery. (It looks better in person.)
Like its cousins, the Buick Enclave and Chevrolet Traverse, the Acadia drives remarkably well for a vehicle this size while getting respectable fuel economy.
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