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The GMC Acadia is a large crossover SUV that General Motors has produced since 2006. There have been two generations since this initial release. The second iteration made its debut in 2017.
It is also sold in the Australian market as the Holden Acadia.
It features the typical 5-door and 3-row seating layout. This means it can comfortably fit up to eight passengers. This is available with either front-wheel or all-wheel drive. All of this is built on the GM Lambda and C1XX platforms for the first and second iterations respectively.
Trim levels have remained mostly consistent since its release, making it easy to compare models.
The only trim that was discontinued for the first generation is the old base SL. Otherwise, these consist of the SLE, SLT, and luxury-trim Denali. Both the SLE and SLT trim levels have two additional sub-tiers.
The Acadia was the first crossover SUV to be given the Denali badging. This includes high-quality materials like wood and leather, as well as various other upgrades.
Another notable version is Acadia Limited. This is a run of limited first-generation models that were sold at the same time as the second-generation models.
Like many American cars, engine options are limited to petrol only. GMC has moved towards smaller engines in recent years, meaning engines range from the latest turbocharged 2-liter inline-4 to the largest 3.6-liter V6.
Transmissions consist of only automatic gearboxes ranging from 6-speed to 9-speed options.