Even though it is showing its age, the large Enclave remains a competitive three-row SUV. We liked its firm, comfortable ride and secure handling. The cabin is quiet, the interior is nicely finished, and the seats are comfortable. But the outdated controls and limited feature content make the Enclave a less compelling option, and a redesign is on the horizon. The 3.6-liter V6 engine and six-speed automatic transmission are smooth and unobtrusive, but the engine feels taxed and at times the powertrain has to work hard to move this large SUV. We got a paltry 15 mpg overall in our tests, worse than some pickup trucks. Adults can fit in the roomy third row, a plus. Forward-collision and lane-departure warning systems are available.