Pricing for the 2017 GMC Acadia has been announced.
The American automaker has announced that the updated midsize SUV will start from $29,995 including destination for the SL FWD model. That means the base price is $1,905 less than the 2016 base model, even though the new Acadia offers more standard equipment including a new IntelliLink system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility. The SUV also weighs 700 pounds less than the outgoing version, while offering three-row seating on most models.
Stepping up to the Acadia SLE FWD model will cost $33,375, while the SLE AWD starts from $35,375. The SLT trim starts at $39,275 for front-wheel drive while all-wheel drive is priced from $42,375. Those wanting to opt for the Acadia All Terrain AWD model will have to shell out $40,040.
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At the top of the range is the Acadia Denali with the front-wheel drive trim starting at $45,845. All-wheel drive will cost $2,000 additional.
GMC also said that the standard 2.5-liter engine is expected to return 28 mpg on the highway for front-wheel-drive models while city fuel economy will come in at 22 mpg. The available 3.6-liter V6 will have 310 horsepower while returning an estimated 25 mpg on the highway. It’s worth noting that official EPA estimates have not been announced.
“Acadia takes GMC’s proven SUV experience to the heart of the midsize crossover segment with a compelling package of great design, the latest technologies and the brand’s signature capability,” said Duncan Aldred, vice president of GMC Sales and Marketing. “Building on the momentum of 2015’s record sales, it will introduce Acadia to a new generation of customers.”
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