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The 2009 GMC Acadia: Tough enough for Miami

For years, building tough trucks for tough work has been the focus of GMC, General Motors’ truck division. The design of the 2009 GMC Acadia seemed to accomplish General Motor’s initiative of creating tough vehicles. The all-new Acadia is a large crossover (or crossover utility vehicle, or CUV). Mechanically, it’s very similar to the Saturn Outlook and Buick Enclave. Thanks to its spacious interior, strong V6 engine and competitive price, the Acadia is one of the better crossover SUV choices. The Acadia is built to survive in the rough streets of Miami.

The GMC Acadia is one of the roomiest crossover utility vehicles in its class, with seating for up to eight passengers. This is perfect for the typical large family household in Miami. Driving your kids to and from school or to practice in Miami can become quite the hassle, but with the roomy Acadia, your kids can enjoy the ride safely and comfortably. The second-row seats are captain’s chairs, but a 60/40-split-folding bench is available as an option. The second-row seats also slide 4 inches fore and aft and easily flip up and out of the way for access to the third-row seats. And there’s room for adults in the back two rows, though leg support is a bit lacking. Behind the third row, there is a respectable amount of luggage room.

Find your 2009 GMC Acadia at your local Miami Dealership or visit us at www.brickellgmc.com.

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