We've owned several new vehicles and must say that the 2018 Acadia Denali AWD sits at the top in comfort, design, handling and appearance of any vehicle that we have previously owned. Vehicle incorporates many up-to-date safety features. Everything about this car is user friendly with no complaints at this time. Vehicle has more then ample interior space (seats 7). Driving visibility is good for this type vehicle (I'm 5'7" and wife 5'4"). Handling on snow and ice is outstanding (given that you know how to drive in this type of weather). Vehicle has a driver mode knob located on center console that lets you select AWD, in addition to other selective modes (outstanding). Gas mileage to date has averaged 20.2 mpg; vehicle has great acceleration (we're in our late 60s) providing a great hide. Reliability is to early to comment about in that we've only driven vehicle approximately 700 miles. To date, we are extremely happy. However, vehicle is pricey. This vehicle replaced a 2015 Toyota Highlander Limited AWD. The Highlander had several design flaws to our liking; the information screen was reflective and at an angle that was near blinding many times, blinding to the point that navigation couldn't be seen or any thing else via screen; the rear hatch was extremely slow in operation; many dash switches (lower left of steering wheel) hard to see and manipulate when driving; locking gas cap lid actuation was a pain to get to for operation; not a lover of a separate lever to operate cruise control. Got lost in operation of steering wheel mounted switches for all activities, never could get use to there operation/location. That said, the Highlander (like the Acadia) drove and handled like a dream.