GMC 2016 Acadia-Mild Performance Issues With Brakes and Blind spots
One thing I really don't like about this car is the sheer amount of blind spots it has. I have counted about five to six different blind spots and it makes me feel very unsafe when driving the car. I definitely think that it needs a lower dashboard which would help to lessen the blind spots. Overall the gas-per-mileage is decent. Not the best thing as normally I have to refill the tank every other day which takes it toll on my pockets. But other than that I haven't had any mechanical/engine/transmission issues that this car had to be taken into the shop for meaning that it is relatively easy to take care of. The leather seats are comfortable and look nice but if you have small to middle school aged children with restless hands, the material to the seats will easily wear down so BEWARE don't lease this car with kids unless you want to pay a fine. Also the arm of the back seat chairs are susceptible to damage too regardless of age. If you put too much pressure (which isn't a lot) onto the seat then arm will dip and dip and become looser to the point where it's better to just leave the arm up and not use it at all. So far the exterior of the car holds to weather conditions as I haven't had any issue with rusting or breakdown around the bottom of the car. But driving in Michigan winter weather is an absolute nightmare in itself. The wheels slip constantly on ice, snow, and bad rain which makes me hate driving out in that type of weather.