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2014 GMC Acadia

2014 Honda Pilot

  2014 GMC Acadia 2014 Honda Pilot
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Invoice $32,760 $27,137
16/24 17/25
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Bottom Line A modest performer but a people-carrying overachiever, the GMC Acadia stakes out a claim right at the edge of Minivan Territory. Read Full Review Despite the 2014 Honda Pilot's truck-like exterior, it's one of more practical and family-friendly models on of the market today. Read Full Review
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  • Seats up to eight
  • Handling is more crossover than SUV
  • Denali edition may as well be a Caddy
  • Safety scores are segment-best
  • Exceptionally roomy


  • Automatic is better, but still hesitates
  • Is GMC a luxury badge?
  • Feels every bit of its 5,000 pounds
  • Infotainment is good, not standard


  • Stong safety record
  • Bins and cubbies galore
  • Interior is spacious, versatile
  • Powertrain is smooth and refined
  • Can carry up to eight passengers


  • Base model lacks Bluetooth
  • Expensive option bundles
  • Controls can seem cluttered
  • Cabin is awash in hard plastics
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