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GMC Acadia Among Top Vehicles for Dogs

2017 GMC Acadia

When automotive engineers are designing vehicles, they obviously spend most of their time and energy focusing on the sorts of features that would make human passengers happy and comfortable. Here at Shaw GMC Chevy Buick, however, we hear all the time about the difficulty Canmore, AB drivers have in transporting their animals, and we are more than happy to recommend that they consider the 2017 GMC Acadia as their next SUV to accommodate their furry friends.

While all GMC vehicles are plenty spacious enough to accommodate pets, the 2017 GMC Acadia is especially fantastic for a number of reasons, which probably explains why it appears on so many lists of the top vehicles for dogs. Based on everything it brings to the table, we can’t argue with those assessments.

First and foremost, the 2017 GMC Acadia offers plenty of room considering its status as a crossover. In fact, no other vehicle in its segment can boast as much cargo space, and that is a testament to the vehicle’s underfloor storage and its foldable seats that maximize the size and number of dogs that could fit in this automobile.

Furthermore, it offers elite safety features, an optional power liftgate for easy loading and unloading, and a truly effective climate control system that can keep the pup warm in the winter and cool in the hotter part of the summer.

If you have one or more pets that tag along on your road trips or even take daily trips around town with you to complete errands, we suggest taking the 2017 GMC Acadia for a test drive. The team of experienced dealers at Shaw GMC Chevrolet Buick are also happy to show you other dog-friendly vehicles and accessories to customize your car!



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This entry was posted on January 18, 2017 by in GMC and tagged , .
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