Forget the old cliché: Bigger isn't always better, as the 2019 GMC Acadia readily proves. Though downsized from the first-generation Acadia, it's got plenty going for it, from its on-road manner to its broad array of seating, powertrain and creature comfort options.
New Features and Revisions
Expect to see more extensive, mid-cycle changes a year or two from now. For 2019, Acadia undergoes only minor changes in paint, wheel and tire options, with the addition of Express Up and Down driver windows on some trim levels. There's also the new Acadia Black Edition.