The 3.6 in our Acadia had to have all coil packs replaced at 70k. Expensive and I understand common. We gave it to my stepson and he had to replace them again at about 120k. By the way, the Acadia struggled to get 21mpg on the road. The V6 Highlander that replaced it gets 27-28.
I wore them at my volunteer job at the food pantry today. I also wore a mask. Our new protocol is that I take the food out in a cart and place it in the recipients trunk while they stay in their car. I am 67, still younger than many volunteers.
I had some body work done on our Acadia a few years ago. Excellent body shop. When they finished they cleaned the seats with Murpheys Oil Soap. They cleaned up like new. They told me it worked better than anything they had used.