Dark headliners are rare because they make cars feel smaller inside and gloomier. The main thing I'm not sure of is the pairing of metallic trim with the brick, but a very interesting look otherwise that I think I'd opt for.
I'm a fan of charcoal metallic/red in cars like the Honda S2000 and BMW 3-Series. But since red would probably be a bit much in a vehicle of this size and type, the brick would do.
AndrewGS - Thanks for posting awesome pics!! They helped me to decide on the brick interior!! I also saw the brick in person and my husband and I loved it.....very unique and very well done.....not cheesy in the least! Just inked the deal yesterday on a White Diamond/Brick AWD already in transit - should have delivered by first week of April!! I'm here everyday staring at these pics........thanks again. :cheers:
Just curious. When ordering my 2019 Acadia I opted for the optional wheels. In my opinion, I dislike the factory stock rims. Haven't seen any of these around. Am I the only one who likes them? My salesman didn't even know they were available. in fact he said mine was the first one he'd seen...
Gotta say, for all the little Gremlins my Acadia is one great wagon!!!
Thinking this milestone might be worth all new brakes all the way around. Not in dire need but, feel she deserves something!!!
I did just install a Tekonsha P3 Brake Controller for her though!!!