Would You Buy It-Porshe Boxter

This Porsche Boxster has 161,000 miles on it, and the owner is selling it at $9,500.

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2017 Acadia-COTW

Acadia 2017 terain

The GMC Acadia is a Large crossover that competes with the Honda Pilot, Dodge Durango, Ford Explorer, Toyota highlander and more. It got a major and much needed overall. The old one is very outdated, and I am very happy they are giving the Acadia some new life. The inside has gotten a more comfortable feel with less plastic. Exterior wise it is brand new car, the designers modernized it, they got rid of the old boxy headlights and chunky style. It is not only substantially smaller than the previous model it is also 700 pounds lighter. With the weight loss they have been able to add a four cylinder 2.5-liter engine. I don’t know if it will be zippy, but the Toyota highlander has a 2.7 in the base model, and it seems to work out for them.

The new Acadia will come in three trim lines, the SLT, fancy Denali, and the new All-Terrain. The All-Terrain comes with only two rows and a “unique sporty and stealthy appearance.” Personally I don’t think it is very stealthy at all, but it does come in black, (if that makes it any stealthier.)

The Acadia also comes with a neat safety feature called the Surround vision camera, which is four cameras that give you the ability to see all of the things surrounding your car. I think it is a nice feature because it’s great for parking, and reducing your blind spot. Some other safety features include lane keep assist, front park assist, pedestrian detection, and Intellibeam. I like Intellibeam because it turns off your high beam lights, according to the traffic around you. I don’t know how well that will work, but I really think it’s a great idea.

Stats

Engine-A 2.7 four cylinder or a 3.6 V-6

Transmission-Six speed automatic

Drivetrain-You can get front wheel drive or the new AWD system that is supposed to be able to take on the dirt roads very well.

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+More up to date, new safety features, and a better interior.

-The all-terrain does not have 4WD

=A fresh Acadia that we will have to wait to see how good it really is.

 

"AcadiaAllTerrain." GMC.com. General Motors, n.d. Web. 14 Jan. 2016. <https://www.gmc.com/
     2017-acadia-mid-size-suv.html>.

Here is the link to GMCs website for pictures, some more tidbits:

https://www.gmc.com/2017-acadia-mid-size-suv.html

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-Henry