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Cars.com Reviews the 2013 GMC Acadia

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Right, we get it: You wouldn’t be caught dead in a minivan but need the space for your family. The GMC Acadia, updated for 2013 with a new massive grille, continues to be a big, spacious, maneuverable three-row crossover that will comfortably accommodate your spouse, kids and all that comes with them, says Cars.com reviewer David Thomas. But noting par-for-the-course acceleration, ride and interior, as well as subpar gas mileage, Thomas thinks that before you pay the Acadia’s premium price, you may want to consider similar crossovers — or even, gulp, a minivan. Read Thomas’ review below.

2013 GMC Acadia Review

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