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What is the 'one' thing that you love about the Enclave and you would absolutely get in your next vehicle.

For me it is very hard to pick just one, I can tell many, but the one thing that I really like is Streering wheel. The wood steering wheel does its magic for me and will definitely consider in my next vehicle.

My wife however thinks the she loves the Skylight more than anything and the High-hat Red light.
 

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Right now, I would have to say the Remote Start. ;D Living in SC the inside of the car in the summer can be brutal :hot:, and when trying to get 2 kids into car seats we would either have to cope with the heat or I would have to leave the keys in the ignition while getting them into the car. It may not be rational, but for some reason that always made me nervous. It is nice to get the car cooled off nice and quick. I think my kids appreciate it too.
 

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jks said:
Right now, I would have to say the Remote Start. ;D Living in SC the inside of the car in the summer can be brutal :hot:, and when trying to get 2 kids into car seats we would either have to cope with the heat or I would have to leave the keys in the ignition while getting them into the car. It may not be rational, but for some reason that always made me nervous. It is nice to get the car cooled off nice and quick. I think my kids appreciate it too.
:ditto: :ditto: :ditto: Couldn't have said it better myself.
 

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the advance remote start is my favorite and all the functions it has.
 

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I love the remote start - we had a two day test drive last week of the Acadia and loved it so much - my kiddos in hot AZ especially loved it.

But you can add remote start aftermarket you know to most newer cars. So, it is not really anything you have to do without.
 

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I love the remote start - we had a two day test drive last week of the Acadia and loved it so much - my kiddos in hot AZ especially loved it.

But you can add remote start aftermarket you know to most newer cars. So, it is not really anything you have to do without.
Quite a few GM Automobiles and Trucks now have Remote Start or it's available. 8)
 

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I love the Navigation system. I have not had one in a vehicle before, but I would not buy another car without it. I have named my NAV system Kate, and she is able to get me anywhere that I need to go. I love it!
 

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I don't know which feature I like the most. I just love this car. Love the remote start. Like the way the 3rd seat folds down(don't have to remove it like I did in the suburban). Love the 6 cd changer. Like like the back up senser. Love the front console. Had 6 people in it and the only problem there was had to remember how get the seat to slide forward. See I love everything about the enclave. I got red and I love it too!!!!!
 

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I don't know which feature I like the most. I just love this car. Love the remote start. Like the way the 3rd seat folds down(don't have to remove it like I did in the suburban). Love the 6 cd changer. Like like the back up senser. Love the front console. Had 6 people in it and the only problem there was had to remember how get the seat to slide forward. See I love everything about the enclave. I got red and I love it too!!!!!
awesome, sounds like you are enjoying that ride... ;)
 

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"The One Thing" is having a really classy ride 8) 8) 8)
 

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Glad to see everyone is enjoying the vehicle as much as I am. It is one of the fantastic ride. It is really hard for me to get back in to my Pathfinder which up until 10 days ago was the prime ride in the house. Now, I can't even sit in it for 30 mins :(

I need another Enclave in the house!!!! should start playing lotto, I guess!

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i guess my one thing is the car to actully get here.
:eek:fftopic:

Am I confusing you with someone else? Are you the Bon Jovi guy who sold your Acadia?
 

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Out of curiosity, has anyone stepped in the enclave bare footed and walked all the way to the back row seat. In the center of the walk way you feel like the floor is sinking down. Is that just me or every enclave does the same thing?
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Am I confusing you with someone else? Are you the Bon Jovi guy who sold your Acadia?
ok i can clear up your confusion.

i was not going to really get in to detail until the car got in but ok i will tell you now.

my dad loved the acadia, and it was a huge argument over selling it even though it was my car. it sold while he was on vacation and was very angry at that. he said why didn't you sell it to me then, my answer was that i didn't really want to do that becase if somthing went wrong i would feel bad, so i always sell to strangers.
he said ok then lets buy an enclave, i said i have a denali on order. he said then i will make you the deal of a life time.

he gave me 40% of the price for the denali and i gave him 40% for the enclave. so we partnered and both got the car we wanted.
 

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More than anything else, it's the feel, the ride. I just did a 570 mile trip to visit a client. Normally drives like that exhaust me. The Enclave is so comfortable I didn't get sleepy during the entire ride and when I got home I felt fine, not like I needed to collapse. This car makes driving easier.

Big Larry
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yea i am only 20
have a part time job
so all i need to pay are car payments
Oh, to be 20 again and living at home and only having to pay car payments and eat out their fridge!! Oh, no, wait, 11 years ago at 20 I was living in an apartment and paying my way thru college working at Kinkos at 4am and driving an 8 year old Honda. I was lucky to afford the $150 a month car payment and an occasional ski lift ticket!

You have it pretty easy, my friend! As I was cleaning my bathrooms today I kept racking my brain how you could possibly be sharing a car with your dad unless you lived at home.

Now, I am about ready to spend $$ on an Acadia and our water heater needs to be replaced and our A/C is acting up! Real life stinks....

That sweet ride will come to an end some day or we will see you on an episode of Dr. Phil with free-loading children who will not move out on their own yet drive fancy Denali trucks!!! ;)

I hope your joint purchase venture goes well with your dad. Looks like it will work out well for both of you. And, I hope you can take a little joke and a :poke: !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 

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OMG :rofl:

I remember 20 - Full time college student working 50+ hours per week at a real job and an internship. Giving my live-in boyfriend (now husband) all kinds of grief because he could go out on the weekends and I had to write a paper or complete a project. I wouldn't be 20 again. I like 23 - lots of free time, disposable income and as Big Larry would say, :beer:.
 
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