DETROIT – Aerodynamics, fuel efficiency and urban appeal aren’t usually associated with the GMC brand, with a reputation for rugged design and functionality. The Acadia marks the premiere of the first car-based utility vehicle for General Motors Corp.’s traditionally no-nonsense brand as it steps gingerly into a consumer world that demands versatility, roominess and fuel frugality from its cross/utility vehicles. The Acadia will try to keep one foot in GMC’s traditional consumer base of ...
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