When pro engineers get their hands on something the result you get is the 2017 GMC Acadia. The 1st production started 10 years ago in the 2006th as a 2007 year model. Its predecessors were the GMC Safari, the Pontiac Montana SV6 and the GMC Envoy XL. This one is a CUV, which stands for the middle size crossover utility vehicle that GMC – General Motors Company has made. The body style that is applied here is the one with 5 doors. It was built on the C1XX platform. You can notice that it looks very much like the Cadillac XT5. The debut was at the Detroit Auto Show.
2017 GMC Acadia Exterior Design
With the changes that were made in the length, height and the width the GMC Acadia has managed to reduce its weight for even 700 pounds. Some of the exterior specs include the LED tail lamps, LED daytime running lamps, fog lamps, beam headlamps, the aerodynamic grill design and the 17 inch, 18 inch and 20 inch aluminum, very bright wheels. The look sends a very clear message that this car is also adapted for almost every terrain. On the liftgate they have applied the new technology so you won’t need to bother anymore and open it by yourself.
The best way to describe the interior is to say that it is the place where the comfort meets the capability. The seats have the French stitches and are covered with the soft touch materials. You can also find the most quality aluminum implemented in the cabin. The seats are adjustable with even 4 ways of power. The interior lightening will positively affect your eyes. The noise cancellation is constant, so the passengers can even fall asleep.
2017 GMC Acadia Engine Specs
The General Motors Company has built in their 2017 GMC Acadia the V6 engine with the six speed transmission and a displacement of 3.6 l. The official data is that it has 310 hp. The top speed is 115 mph and it gets from 0 – 60 mph in just 8.5 sec.
2017 GMC Acadia Price and Release Date
According to the GMC official news it should arrive as soon as the spring 2016 begins. The msrp is $31,900, but that doesn’t stop you from buying it. If you don’t have that amount of cash in the moment you can still afford it for only $567 per month.