If you plan on doing in long commutes or road trips I would highly advise ACC. Verify your exact car has that package / option *before* you sign anything. This has been a problem at least on one case here.
Need more information. New or used. Buy or lease. Think about what features you want vs. need. If you are thinking of buying new you can go to the GM website and select options and get suggested price. Then there are the rebates that vary from state to state, province to province. Different strokes for different folks. I would never use ACC or confidence packages except for back up warnings. Never use navigation (phones or aftermarket is better and cheaper). Bose is head and shoulders above stock (some can't tell the difference). Like leather or cloth seats. So you have to decide what's better for you. Different dealers in different markets offer different discounts. If looking at used cars know how to deal. A car that has been sitting on the lot longer will motivate them to deal. I offered $5,000 below asking at one dealer on a car that just came in and they would only come down $3,000. I offered the same at another dealer on similar car that had been on the lot for three or four months (that I'm aware of) and after they made 4 counter offers they eventually sold it to me for my price. Be prepared to walk away. There's always another car, another deal (salesmen don't want to hear you say that). Be polite but firm.
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