Is that GMC Acadia worth the money?
GMC Acadia Denali is front wheel drive, so it gets around terrible in the winter months. The vehicle is heavy so when wanting to stop when snowing outside, it takes a while. It also gets stuck in the snow easily. The comfort of the vehicle is very nice, there's plenty of room between the seats. Stereo system is average. The vehicle gets about 18 miles/gallon. At less than 100,000 miles, the air conditioner in the car stopped working. The lift gate will work in manual for auto. Some awesome features are built in GPS system, heated and cooled front seats, 110 plug in behind console. There is plenty of room in the Acadia to haul various types of items. One of the features that I've thought was handy is the rate of speed the vehicle was traveling was 28 min. The vehicle is a little too wide. I've had my Denali for almost 5 years and have received two recalls in the mail, both for the rear liftgate. There are other issues with Acadias though, one big issue is the air conditioning system. My air conditioner stopped working so I took it to a shop to be fixed. They told me they fixed it and sent it home with me but it wasn't fixed. When I took it back to the shop again, they estimated that they would charge me $2500 to get my air working again. I never did take it back in to have anything done with it. I would say overall, the Acadia has been a good car for my family, even though it has it's issues.