While there are many mid-size commercial vehicles, the 2019 GMC Acadia is distinguished by its distinctive urban appearance, wide range of information and security technologies, seating options and powertrain options. The new 2019 GMC Acadia has some disadvantages. It does not offer the towing capacity of competitors such as the Ford Explorer, nor the mileage of alternatives to gas and electricity like the Toyota Highlander Hybrid. And if you need eight seats, you will need to change to the larger GMC Yukon.
The latest generation of 2019 GMC Acadia is in line with the mandate of the GMC Professional Diploma. It’s an attractive vehicle that looks more modern and urban than the traditional SUV. Start with thick chrome rims and fairing treatments, as well as wheel arches more muscular than those used by your brother Chevrolet. If you want an even more daring look, inside and out, think of the Acadia Denali, with its distinctive lighting, 20 inch alloy wheels and extra spoonful of chrome. The off-road package, on the other hand, offers a more robust off-road adjustment.
Although not as big as the first generation of SUVs, the cabin of the 2019 GMC Acadia is even more exclusive thanks to a modern design that includes smooth surfaces, improved tuning and active noise suppression. . Despite the right wheelbase for the compact 5 passenger GMC Terrain, the 2019 GMC Acadia still allows three rows of adult seats. The second level, the bank or captain’s 60-40 seats, includes an updated Smart Slide system to facilitate access to the 50/50 third row and fold back to increase base space by 12.8 cubic feet up to 79.0 cubes. Even the Acadia SL base includes 3 zone automatic climate control, a 7.0 inch color touch screen, a keyless start and keyless entry system, OnStar for 5 years, Apple CarPlay/Android Auto, Wi-Fi USB ports, Fi 4G and Back Reminder Alert System to prevent children and valuables from falling. Browse the SLE/SLT lines, from the electric rear door to the 8 inch touch screen with IntelliLink and SiriusXM satellite radio, leather upholstery, Bose audio and navigation. The Denali and All Terrain models bring a distinctive aesthetic and practical touch, as well as a wide range of new driver assistance tools. New in 2019 in different equipment levels: Express Up and Down Windows.
The basic engine is a 4 line, 2.5 liter cylinder that produces 193 horsepower and 188 pounds of torque. Unlike some competitors, this engine does not use a turbocharger, but probably does not need it, especially with a 6 speed automatic transmission that scales comfortably. The optional powertrain is a powerful and quiet 3.6 liter V6 engine that develops 310 horsepower and 271 lb-ft of torque. It is available on all models, except the SL base, and is standard on the 2019 GMC Acadia. It is also paired with a 6 speed automatic and can be used with all wheel drive, but front wheel drive is standard throughout the range, with the exception of Denali. All those who opt for all wheel drive have a selection button that activates the sport, towing and off-road modes, as well as the option to switch from two to four wheels to save fuel in good weather. Just remember to go all wheel drive on winter days. The 2019 GMC Acadia offers a balanced ride with its thick four spoke steering wheel. Although the V-6 models are a little heavier at the front, they usually behave very well in everyday situations. The 2019 GMC Acadia’s driving experience has been crowned by its independent suspension, which easily absorbs imperfections of the road, despite wheels up to 18 or 20 inches in the higher versions. One thing to keep in mind: the 2019 GMC Acadia All Terrain has more to do with style than off-road chops. It receives only a slightly modified traction control mode to get off the road.
The 2019 GMC Acadia is expected to arrive by the end of 2018. With respect to price, the current model is expected to start at approximately $ 29,000.