They won't, Traverse/Enclave will stay the same size. Acadia shrunk to match the new XT5 and have a better mid-sized entry. Buick/GMC tend to be combined dealerships so having the Acadia and Enclave on the same lot was somewhat redundant. That said it might have been a better idea to rename it as a new SUV rather then keep the Acadia name since returning customers expecting a large CUV are in for a surprise.Quantum said:I'm not impressed.
I hope they don't shrink the Traverse, but my guess is, it will come soon.
GM seems to be pretty good about having a button right on the dash to disable it. Other point is on the newer CTS/ATS with start/stop, GM became the first mfg to use ultracapacitors to provide the starting current and reportedly the system is far smoother and more transparent then most. Will be interesting to see if this trickles down into the other GM brands.velocity5 said:Is the start/stop technology only on the 4cyl? They started using that on the 2014 Malibu. I will not buy any model that has it.
velocity5 said:Is the start/stop technology only on the 4cyl? They started using that on the 2014 Malibu. I will not buy any model that has it.
in 2013- GM offered the 3.6 V6 in the Equinox/Terrain.Thomcat said:stock V6 is now a $1495 option.