It's been two years since Holden announced the Acadia seven-seat SUV would come to Australia from overseas division, GMC. Now, given the local treatment, the Acadia is ready to challenge the seven-seat large SUV segment.Read the full review
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It was supposed to be an excuse to get reacquainted with the company’s family seven-seater, but it looks like this could end up being the last new Holden I drive.
This instalment, we turn our attention to the interior of our long-term Holden Acadia.
The Holden Acadia makes a big play for Aussie families with its seven-seat layout and generous dimensions. We live with one for three months to see how it fares.
The General's biggest and boldest SUV, the seven-seat Holden Acadia, makes a compelling case in the large-SUV segment, especially now with seven years of free servicing.
The Holden Acadia enters the seven-seat large-SUV fray with a bold statement. This top-of-the-range LTZ-V with its rugged looks and abundance of standard equipment brings a lot to the fight.
When you think of excellent and modern infotainment systems in cars, Holden generally doesn't come to mind. But, with the new system in the 2019 Holden Acadia, that might be about to change.
Holden’s new seven-seat SUV is a worthy alternative to the ubiquitous Toyota Kluger and Mazda CX-9, and miles ahead of the old Captiva.
It's been two years since Holden announced the Acadia seven-seat SUV would come to Australia from overseas division, GMC. Now, given the local treatment, the Acadia is ready to challenge the seven-seat large SUV segment.
General Motors' Australian arm is pinning a lot of hope on the fully-imported, US-built, seven-seat 2018 Holden Acadia. Paul Maric drives a pre-production model to see how it stacks up.