2013 GMC Acadia

March 05, 2013 / by / 0 Comment

If you are looking for a new GMC vehicle whether it be a car, crossover or SUV, then come to Williamson Autos.  Two big reasons you should come to Williamson Autos are because not only are they straight shooters and do not try and BS you, they are also located in the sunshine state.  More important than the sunshine state is the city in which they are located in, which is Miami.  Miami is the land of beautiful people, so why not come down to Williamson Buick GMC to brows some new GMCs and see some beautiful people while you are at it.  The SUV that I really would like to talk about though is the GMC Acadia.  The ’13 Acadia gets a V6 engine that produces 288 horsepower and 270 pound-feet of torque, and it is mated to a 6-speed Hydra-Matic automatic transmission.


The Acadia gets a newly styled interior and exterior with improvements in the safety category as well.  The major advantages of this vehicle are its transportation and towing capability.  This is a big vehicle, so it can transport many things like people and ladders and such to do manual labor.  It’s made for towing several thousand pounds (ex. something like a boat or a trailer).  However the major drawback of this SUV just like many others is fuel economy.  So you really need to decide if the transportation/towing benefit is really worth fuel cost.  If it’s not, then decide to go with a crossover than will still tow, but be better on fuel economy.  If you decide that the cost benefit ratio is worth it, then by all means get this SUV.

To see this SUV come to a top South FL car dealership, Williamson Autos.

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