Not sure. Although this has been a decent rig, even with it being three years newer than the Cadillac SRX we traded in, the GMC lacks some very missed techno features like touching the door handle to enter (not having to use the key fob), front parking sensors so you don't bump anything while pulling into a parking spot, adjustable height rear hatch, auto rain sensing wipers, hard drive in the radio so you can create playlist (yeah I know I can plug in a thumb drive and do the same to use bluetooth, but wish it was a hard drive), a Navigation unit that you can just order a CD online and update vs having to take it to the dealer (still don't understand why this cannot be done over the OnStar system vs a dealer), and headlights that aimed left or right depending on which way you were turning.
The only techno advances in the Acadia over our SRX was three row seating, HUD, blind spot and cross traffic alters.
Like I said, a decent rig, just wished we did not go backwards with some of the technology.
2015 Acadia Denali - Hers
2013 Ranger Z118 Bass Boat - His