2012 GMC Acadia Denali Test Drive & Luxury Crossover SUV Video Review

http://www.autobytel.com/gmc/acadia/2012/ The 2012 GMC Acadia Denali might just be the best looking large crossover SUV on the road today. The Denali trim ad…
Video Rating: 4 / 5

25 thoughts on “2012 GMC Acadia Denali Test Drive & Luxury Crossover SUV Video Review

  1. jeffrey625625

    The type of a vehicle depends on its framework. Truck framing equals a
    truck, aka fullsize suv. Crossover framing equals a crossover, etc. 

  2. jeffrey625625

    Push button starts are really useless and is just a way to grab a
    consumer’s attention. If something goes wrong with the push start, how will
    you start your car? The computer handles it so you cant manually do it . .
    . 

  3. Safwan Hussaini

    plasti dip the grill and rims gloss black and smoke out the head lights

  4. jeffrey625625

    Push button starts are really useless and is just a way to grab a
    consumer’s attention. If something goes wrong with the push start, how will
    you start your car? The computer handles it so you cant manually do it . .
    . 

  5. edgarama1

    the point of the chrome grille to be plastic so it will break away in
    accident and not cut the shit out of you, if you don’t like it don’t pay
    extra for the denali and get the slt and shut the hell up. And none of it
    flakes and your just bitching.

  6. snazari1994

    maybe the acadia does have better third row but honestly someone who wants
    to carry 7 people would go for a tahoe or a true seven passenger. my bad on
    the sound system but gotta admit more power, better awd out weighs

  7. aaokiwan

    When you’re finished with the SUV series, can you do a video about the new
    Cadillac XTS? No hurry. Just when you get around to it. Thanks. Looks like
    GM learned some things since the bail out. Hope this trend continues. Best
    of luck.

  8. 2012bigPerm

    50k and no push button start….ouch……I’ve driven them though….great
    vehicle and insane leg room for driver….I’m 6’2″ and with driver seat all
    the way back I can literally barely reach the pedals!

  9. Jamie Martinello

    I found that the 2nd row in the Acadia and Enclave were very short on thigh
    support and also, the bottom cushion wasn’t long enough

  10. Kristoff Kristoffersun

    I’ll take this over a Hyundai, I’ll take any car over a Hyundai!

  11. Tyler Allen

    why bother reviewing this when there’s a new one coming to the market next
    year?

  12. carmencolumbusohio

    Whats SHOCKING is that the Acadia Denali LOADED is just about the same
    price as a Durango Citadel fully loaded. This truck is EONS ahead of Dodge
    when it comes to quality, power, reliability, braking, looks and resale
    value. I own a Traverse but I think my next vehicle will have to be an
    Acadia Denali. BEAUTIFUL truck!

  13. blahguylol

    Great review my friend. Finally someone shitting on plasti-chrome. That was
    much appreciated.

  14. Autobytel

    we currently have an quick XTS review from Ron, a walkaround with Christine
    Park and a CUE demonstration with Stuart Norris all on the channel

  15. gilljames10

    actually no, the 2nd row on the mdx is nothing special, this is much
    better, i would know i work at a Car Dealership, the mdx has a better
    interior when it come to materials but this has a more functunal interior.
    Also this uses a haldex awd system which us one of the best awd systems on
    the market.

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