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It was perhaps inevitable, but GMC‘s Acadia crossover has become the latest to adopt the bucks-up Denali trim level. Shown as a concept at the Detroit Auto Show back in January; it’s now a fully-fledged production vehicle and on its way to dealers as you read this.
The Acadia Denali sports exclusive chrome mesh upper and lower grille assemblies, High Intensity Discharge (HID) headlights, 20-inch two-tone chrome wheels, monochromatic paint and body extensions. Inside, it sports such features as heated and cooled seats, plus a heads up display for the driver, premium sound system and plenty of other gizmos. GMC has priced the 2011 Acadia Denali at $43,220 before options and taxes, so if this is something that floats your boat (and your budget), you can sign up for one today.
GMC is expanding its luxury Denali line with the announcement of the 2011 Acadia Denali crossover.
The brand’s first crossover, the Acadia gets signature Denali design cues including monotone paint, unique lower front and rear fascias, high-intensity discharge headlights, chrome accents and the Denali honeycomb grille.
Inside, the Acadia Denali receives a number of luxury upgrades including a premium entertainment system, perforated leather trim and a mahogany wood steering wheel.
The Acadia Denali will be available in five color options: Quicksilver Metallic, Summit White, Carbon Black, Red Jewel Tintcoat and White Diamond Tricoat. Pricing has not been announced, but the Acadia Denali will be covered by GM’s five-year/100,000-mile powertrain warranty and three-year/36,000-mile bumper-to-bumper warranty.
Gallery: 2011 GMC Acadia Denali
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