GMC Acadia USD Sold
GMC
2008 2008 Acadia
1GKEV23738J216060
Contact Details:
Main address: 48734 MI Frankenmuth US,
Vehicle ID 263049599-12

Used SOLD: 2008 GMC Acadia

VIN:
1GKEV23738J216060
Vehicle:
SOLD: 2008 GMC Acadia
Color:
Black / Black
Mileage:
137,041
Location:
Frankenmuth, MI
Zip:
Listed:
SOLD
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2008 GMC ACADIA, THIS IS A PERFECT FAMILY VEHICLE AND IS ALSO FUEL EFFICIENT%2521 LOTS OF OPTIONS TO LIST, LEATHER, CAPTION SEATS WITH THIRD ROW SEATING, PANORAMIC SUNROOF, REAR DVD ENTERTAINMENT AND MUCH MORE TO LIST%2521%2521 THE COLOR COMBINATION IS BEAUTIFUL, THE BLACK EXTERIOR STANDS OUT AND IS AN EXCELLENT COMBINATION WITH THE BLACK LEATHER INTERIOR ALONG WITH NICE CHROME WHEELS%2521 GMC IS KNOW FOR PROFESSIONAL GRADE, RELIABILITY, AND GREAT SAFETY FEATURES. THIS ACADIA IS HOT AND WONT LAST LONG%2521 WES FINANCIAL AUTO GROUP IS A FAMILY OWNED & OPERATED BUSINESS %2521%2521 OUR DEDICATED SALES STAFF ARE HERE TO MAKE YOUR AUTO SHOPPING EXPERIENCE FUN,EASY ,,,,PLEASE ALLOW US TO HELP YOU FIND YOUR PERFECT VEHICLE TODAY. WE' VE BEEN SERVING THE METRO AREA FOR 18 YRS . TWO LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOUR AUTO NEED ,DEARBORN HEIGHTS %2521%2521 AND ANN ARBOR ,OUR %2523 1 GOAL IS CUSTOMER SATISFACTION . FINANCING AVAILABLE FOR EVERYONE%2521%2521 GUARANTEED CREDIT APPROVAL . ALL CREDIT CARDS ARE PLEASE CALL AJ%3A 313-995-2202 OR WES 313-995-0770 FOR MORE INFO . CASH PRICE ,FINANCE FEE NOT INCLUDED%2521%2521%2521 WHILE EVERY REASONABLE EFFORT IS MADE TO ENSURE THE ACCURACY OF THIS DATA, WE ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY ERRORS CONTAINED ON THESE PAGES. PLEASE VERIFY ANY INFORMATION IN QUESTION WITH A DEALERSHIP SALES REPRESENTATIVE. PRICES DO NOT INCLUDE ANY DEALER DOCUMENTATION FEES, TAXES, TITLING AND LICENSING FEES%2521%2521%2521 Mirror Color - Body-Color, Rear Spoiler, Floor Mat Material - Carpet, Floor Mats - Front, Floor Mats - Rear, Floor Mats - Third Row, Front Air Conditioning - Automatic Climate Control, Front Air Conditioning Zones - Dual, Rear Air Conditioning - Automatic Climate Control, Rear Air Conditioning Zones - Dual, Shift Knob Trim - Leather, Steering Wheel Trim - Leather, Cargo Area Light, Center Console - Front Console With Storage, Cruise Control, Cupholders - Front, Cupholders - Third Row, Dimming Rearview Mirror - Auto, Multi-Function Remote - Keyless Entry,


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GMC is a division of General Motors that focuses on producing SUVs, trucks and vans. Though GMC's vehicles are mechanically similar to related Chevrolet products, they are typically differentiated by unique features, trim levels and minor styling tweaks. The automaker's full-size pickups and SUVs are the most compelling offerings in its lineup; in many cases, its products in these categories are class-leading.

The marque's roots lie in the Rapid Motor Vehicle Company, a truck manufacturer that was founded by Max Grabowski in 1902. The outfit was purchased by General Motors in 1909 with the intention of having it serve as a division dedicated to building tough and capable trucks. The brand came to be known as GMC Truck; early models include the T16 and T20. Most of the manufacturer's trucks were very utilitarian in nature and functioned as dump trucks, fire trucks and military vehicles. GMC Truck's 3/4-ton Model 16 saw duty in World War I, serving mostly as a battlefield ambulance.

Sales continued to climb in the 1920s. After switching to a six-cylinder Buick-built motor, GMC Truck's 1- and 2-ton trucks earned the distinction of being the fastest in their classes. By the '30s, the line had grown to include everything from half-ton pickups to 10-ton trucks and buses. New models included the popular 1936 Suburban, which was essentially a truck-based station wagon that paired a truck's utility with a car's creature comforts.

World War II was a time of expansion for GMC Truck, thanks to its acquisition of Yellow Truck & Coach. Once again, the automaker's vehicles were tapped for wartime duty. New models like the Jimmy and the DUKW (nicknamed the Duck) were widely used by American troops.

Postwar, GMC Truck models became more consumer-oriented, and many were revamped to offer styling that more closely resembled passenger cars. The 1950s and '60s witnessed an upswing in sales, thanks to the popularity of recreational vehicles like GMC-based motor homes and pickup campers. The Jimmy name was revived and assigned to the brand's first ever sport-utility vehicle in 1970. That decade and the next saw a continued rise in the brand's popularity. The early '90s saw the brief appearance of the Syclone and Typhoon. The former was a small street pickup that burned up the asphalt with its turbocharged V6 and all-wheel drive. The latter was essentially a two-door SUV based on the same platform. Either one of these oddball speedsters could rip through a quarter-mile in around 14 seconds flat, making them among the quickest vehicles ever offered by General Motors. Also, by this time, GMC Truck had trimmed its moniker; the brand is now known simply as GMC.

In the past few decades, GM has consolidated its products and GMC's trucks have become less individualistic as a result. Today, most of GMC's vehicles are virtually identical to those sold by Chevrolet. The main differences lie in minor features and design tweaks that give GMC's offerings a more upscale image.