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Here Are The GMC Acadia Years To Avoid

Source: Pixabay While it’s generally considered a pretty reliable and popular vehicle for crossover enthusiasts, the GMC Acadia has had some lingering problems throughout the years. There are some specific Acadia model years to avoid if you’re in the market for a used 7-seater. The issues have ranged from minor inconveniences to significant safety concerns that can cost thousands of dollars, so keep that in mind when looking for your next used Acadia.

Our Picks for the 8 Cars with Best Residual Value

Photo by gregoire ceas on Unsplash Buying a new car is an investment, but it’s about more than just getting a fair price for a reliable and high-quality vehicle. It’s more like buying stock: you purchase a car at market cost and then watch the value of that car fluctuate as it ages. And if you choose to sell or trade-in your vehicle in the future, you have to do it at the right time in order to avoid losing too much money.

The Chevrolet Traverse vs. GMC Acadia: Which Is Better?

Chevrolet Traverse by RL GNZLZ — CC BY-SA 2.0 If you’re shopping for a three-row midsize SUV from a mainstream car brand, then the 2021 Chevrolet Traverse and 2021 GMC Acadia are definitely on your list. And while both vehicles are based on the same General Motors platform, there is enough difference between the two SUVs to examine features and differences closely. GM positions the Traverse to be more automotive appliance than head-turning ride.

Which Used Year Model of GMC Savana Passenger Is The Best Value?

The GMC Savana Passenger is a full-size van. They replaced other General Motors vans in 1995. They come in V6 or V8 engines and smooth handling, and are one of the most popular corporate people-haulers on the market. The following information offers the average prices and mileage for each used model, and compares used prices with new prices. This allows you to see just how much coin you’ll save by buying used.

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