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FEATURES | 8 out of 10
just about every feature you could possibly want, plus some you've never imagined
Every amusement a modern family could demand
wireless cell phone link, heated and cooled front seats
GM keeps the GMC Acadia well equipped by improving its standard and available features a little bit each year, and 2010 is no exception.
The 2010 GMC Acadia already comes with a wide range of standard features, whether in SLE or SLT trim. Edmunds reviewers assert that "the level of standard equipment in the Acadia is comprehensive," and ConsumerGuide reports that the list includes "front and rear air conditioning w/rear controls, OnStar assistance system," and full power accessories. The upscale SLT trim adds "tri-zone automatic climate controls" and a "Bose sound system," along with a "wireless cell phone link," according to ConsumerGuide. Kelley Blue Book says an "AM/FM/CD stereo with six speakers and MP3 capability and XM Satellite Radio" is also included as standard fare on both models.
In addition to the standard features found on the 2010 GMC Acadia, GMC includes a lengthy list of options to satisfy discerning buyers. Headlining these options, according to Cars.com, are "leather seats, ultrasonic parking assist, a DVD-based navigation system and a Bose 5.1 surround sound audio system." ConsumerGuide observes that the Acadia has a "wireless cell phone link, heated and cooled front seats, and satellite radio with real-time traffic updates." ConsumerGuide adds that "a rearview camera is available on any Acadia, whether or not it's equipped with the optional navigation system," which serves as an excellent supplement to the sonar parking assist. In TheCarConnection.com's research, MotherProof reviewers offer up the best summary of the GMC Acadia's features by, declaring that "the Acadia really has just about every feature you could possibly want, plus some you've never imagined."
On top of this, there are new GMC Yukon Denali-style roof racks available for those who need even more storage than the interior cabin can provide. Finally, the 2010 variant of the GMC Acadia also gets a new USB port in the center console, which will allow users to plug in USB devices and play stored audio files through the Acadia's stereo system. It will also be able to charge certain USB devices, making it handy for portable music players such as the iPod.
Real-time traffic capabilities, heated and cooled seats, and new iPod compatibility make the 2010 GMC Acadia a thoroughly modern crossover, with features to match.