For 2015, the
GMC Acadia gains a heated steering wheel on SLT-2 and Denali trims, a new 20-inch wheel design, and a revised color palate.
About GMC Acadia
While it shares the same platform as the
Buick Enclave and
Chevrolet Traverse, the
2016 GMC Acadia 8-passenger
SUV in either front- or all-wheel-drive form (FWD, AWD) presents a more rugged exterior juxtaposed with a luxurious interior. In Denali trim, it approaches near-Cadillac levels of equipment and refinement. Passenger space is the Acadia’s trump card, with ample room for adults in all three rows. And, unlike the
Hyundai Santa Fe,
Honda Pilot or
Toyota Highlander, the Acadia provides ample cargo space with its 3rd-row seat up. With 7.6 inches of ground clearance and maximum tow rating of 5,200 pounds, the Acadia bests both the
Ford Flex and
Mazda CX-9. Add the available AWD, and the Acadia can tackle just about any road condition.