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I always preferred coupes and sports cars, and even though I've had to repeatedly replace ruined tires, broken rims and shot shock absorbers, besides finding myself unable to transport even slightly large cargo, I've stubbornly refused to even consider purchasing an SUV, even once.Over the past year and a half, after test-driving numerous SUVs from several marques I've finally understood the allure.Driving the 2016 GMC Acadia over the weekend just drove that message home all over again, and convinced me that while there's little I can do to persuade our ineffectual government to afford us respectable roads, I can instead render the argument moot by driving a car that eats potholes and bumps for breakfast.While many of the SUVs currently on the market come from brands that originally made regular sedans and coupes, GMC earned its reputation by building rugged pickup trucks. The Acadia, though, is a very different machine, unrelated to its workhorse trucks and full-size SUV stable mates.
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