Specs Overview

  • Price (MSRP)
    $ 54,795
    Fuel Type
  • Engine Name
    Engine: 3.6L V 6 and Variable Valve Timing
    Transmission Name
    Transmission, 6 Speed Automatic w/Manual Mode
  • Trim
    Denali AWD
    Standard L/100km
    13.3 City / 9.5 Hwy
  • Horsepower
  • Body Style
    Seating Capacity (Std/Max)

Safety Ratings

  • IIHS Moderate Overlap Front Test
    NHTSA Frontal Crash Rating
  • IIHS Small Overlap Front Test
    NHTSA Side Impact
  • IIHS Side Impact
    IIHS Rood Strength
  • IIHS Rear Crash Protect/Head Restraint Rating


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2017 GMC Acadia News and Reviews

2017 GMC Acadia Denali Review: Cajun Holiday

After climbing out of our GMC Acadia finalist at last year’s SUV of the Year festivities, I prognosticated that I would find this to be a very livable car. To see how that prediction worked out, I secured the loan of an Acadia Denali for the long Independence Day weekend. The family plans included three separate trips up to the…
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Family Vehicle Feud: 2017 GMC Acadia vs. 2016 Mazda CX-9 vs. 2017 Toyota Highlander

It could have gone any of three ways. When we pitted the new and nimbler GMC Acadia against a driver’s car—the Mazda CX-9—against the stalwart Toyota Highlander, we found ourselves in a dogfight. All had their defenders and their critics. And in usual Motor Trend judges’ manner, the opinions were loud and passionate. In a way, it turned into a…
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GMC Acadia All Terrain: 2017 Motor Trend SUV of the Year Finalist

We Like: The new size, its handling, big back seat, and cargo area. We Don’t Like: The dozy engine and AWD select button. We profess great admiration for the chassis of the downsized GMC Acadia and its ability to balance smooth ride and suitable handling. And because SUVs are also about livability, the All Terrain edition with its spacious second-row…
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2017 GMC Acadia All Terrain First Test: Smaller and faster

Our first drive of the 2017 GMC Acadia was in the pouring rain in Washington, D.C., ending the day in a downpour so heavy you could barely see the car in front of you on the highway. The rain washed out the off-road track designed to show the mild capabilities of the All Terrain, the new two-row off-road addition to…
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2017 GMC Acadia First Drive Review: Smaller on Purpose

After a decade of being the professional one of General Motors' full-size crossover triplets, the 2017 GMC Acadia has reinvented itself as a smaller midsize crossover while the next-generation Chevrolet Traverse and Buick Enclave will retain their larger footprint.The crossovers leave behind the Lambda platform that has served them well for a decade to adopt new underpinnings, known internally as…
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