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                  GMC Acadia

                  GMC Acadia

                  GMC is an automaker that needs no intro. The American automaker launched the Acadia in 2007 as a full-sized SUV. However, they later transformed it into a midsize crossover SUV for the second generation, which came out in 2017 and is currently available. The Acadia has proved to be a worthy competition for the likes of Jeep Cherokee and other leading crossovers in the North American market. The vehicle is a reliable and dependable SUV that has some serious on and off-road abilities and comfort. To put it simply, Acadia can be a great car to buy when you’re buying used.
                  Is GMC Acadia the right car for you?

                  Appropriately Powered

                  You can get the Acadia either with a 2.4L I4 engine that puts out 193 horsepower or a 2.0L turbo I4 engine that is good for 230 horsepower. The result is a nice towing capacity and an EPA rating of 21/27. If you are looking for an even more powerful used crossover, you can get the Denali trim having a 3.3L V6 that produces 310 horsepower.

                  A Luxury Interior

                  From aluminum interior panels and soft-touch surfaces to real rosewood finishing and optional Nappa leather upholstery, the Acadia offers every luxury that a noteworthy SUV can offer. Besides that, it features sliding mid-row of seats, automatic climate control, heated and ventilated seats, and much more.

                  Smooth & Comfortable

                  With a 9-speed automatic gearbox, optional dual-clutch AWD system, MacPherson strut coil spring front suspension with a large stabilizer bar, side-load-compensated front strut modules, and 5-link rear suspension, the Acadia smoothly puts the power to the wheels and handles great on all types of surfaces.
                  Notable features of GMC Acadia

                  Enough Space for Everyone

                  The Acadia is one of the very few three-row midsize SUVs that have a practical third row of seats. Its all three rows can accommodate adults, thanks to an ample head and legroom. The trunk has a capacity of 12.8 cubic feet with all the seats occupied. You can fold the second and third rows to get as much as 79.0 cubic feet of storage.

                  Active Torque Control

                  The Acadia does not only have a very smooth transmission, it also has the most advanced AWD technology that is available for sale today. With Active Torque Control, the vehicle can very precisely send the exact amount of torque needed by each wheel to maintain the optimum traction on any terrain.

                  Hitch View

                  The Acadia has a high-resolution rear camera that enables you to zoom in on the hitch when hooking up a trailer. The camera can also be used to keep an eye on your cargo trailer while you are driving to make sure everything is where it should be.
                  Frequently asked questions

                  Can the Acadia tow a trailer?

                  The Acadia is capable of towing a trailer weighing up to 4,000 lbs and is equipped with trailer sway control. This makes towing the trailer easier and safer.

                  Does the Acadia offer different drive modes?

                  Yes, the FWD models of Acadia offer Normal, Snow, Sport, and Trailer/Tow modes while the AWD models offer FWD, AWD, Sport, Off-Road, and Trailer/Tow modes that can be selected by the push of a button.

                  Is the Acadia available with an AWD drivetrain?

                  You can buy the Acadia in both AWD and FWD drivetrains. If you don’t intend to take this car off-road very often, its FWD variants can serve you quite well.

                  What are the active safety features of the Acadia?

                  The Acadia comes for sale with a lane-keep assist, following distance indicator, forward collision alert with automatic braking, and blindspot monitoring systems, among other usual features.

                  How does Acadia's adaptive cruise control work?

                  The Acadia uses radars mounted on the front bumper to analyze the speed of the leading car and adjusts the speed of the car to match it.