1) and 2) were taken from the Acadia ForumsBurgundyGold said:just curious...so where is all this info coming from?? ??? ???
Might be added for 08, who knows. It is an option on the Enclave so maybe that is how it ended up in the manual.evoman said:here's another one
Power tilt and telescopic steering column......some member said it is in the Acadia owners manual....so it might be an option for next year....
I need to check my Enclave manual when I get home but I seem to recall that there was a dark black color option. I don't recall what they called it. I also wouldn't want black so I did not pay attention, but my guess is that this will be the 08 Acadia black color.admin said:1) New Color: Black - We have it on fairly good authority (JimDandy) that Carbon Metallic will be replaced by "Carbon Black Metallic" for the 08 Acadias. Exactly what that color will be is anyone's guess, it it's safe to say much closer to pure black than our CM.
my father has a 1998 Cadillac Deville with a front wheel drive north star v-8 and i have driven it and tested it to see what it could do (north star blows me away) and i had no pull what so ever when i floored it from a stop the car took off like a rocket and no pull what so ever. I really wish that they put a north star in the acadia and buick. Our north star, a big 300 hp v-8 gets 19 city and driving on trips we average 28 mpg. it is a very fuel effecient car and this is according to the DIC. But the only draw back is that it MUST take premo fuel or it wont burn it. they even have it perminatly written on the dic.mitchl said:We were happy to get the top trim now, wanted the economy of the V6. We could stretch to do a Denali, but we really don't want to spend more than $40k on a car.
Also, I do wonder about the V8. For the folks with transverse mounted V8s for FWD, is torque steer still a big issue? I recall on my mom's 86 DeVille, having that strong pull to the left under heavy accelleration. I wouldn't really want that again.
I suppose it would be nice. Our Jeep GC has power pedals on the memory settings, and we thought we might miss that on the Acadia, but it really hasn't been an issue. With a wider range of movement on the seats, my 5'2 wife and I (6') have our settings in memory now and the seat to pedals is just fine for both.evoman said:Power tilt and telescopic steering column......some member said it is in the Acadia owners manual....so it might be an option for next year....
really useful with the memory seats....
Power pedals too mabey?
Power adjustable pedals simply adjust the height of the pedals so that people with very short (or very long I would guess)luvmyacadia said:I must have missed something somewhere along the way. What are 'power pedals' or 'power adjustable pedals'?