GMC Acadia Owner's Manuals

This vehicle has been produced since 2006 to the present day. It is a full-size crossover SUV. It is produced with a 5-door body type. Since 2017, the second generation is positioned as a medium-sized crossover.
In the upgraded new models, the difference is the turbo engine, which is capable of generating from 233 to 350 horsepower. At the same time, the atmospheric engines produce 196 and 314 hp. The automatic transmission with nine gears instead of six gears has also become an important component. And now it is controlled with a push-button remote, which has replaced the lever. The cabin now has a new multimedia system with improved graphics. As well as a rearview camera, which has increased resolution. There is also an off-road version, which used to be only in pickups, but now appears in this crossover as well (designated as AT4). The radiator grille has been increased compared to previous versions. The new LED headlights are also received. The suspension is completely reconfigured. Similar models from other manufacturers, which compete with Acadia, are Cadillac XT5 and XT6, Chevrolet Blazer, Chevrolet Travers. The price in basic configuration starts from 29,000 thousand dollars. And the top version Daneli costs much more; its price starts at $45,500.