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.