2018 GMC Acadia. The all-new Acadia G20 is smaller, lighter and more fuel-efficient than its predecessor. Variable ride control is available in the famous and upscale Denali style. The Acadia is a medium-sized crossover that fits between compact terrain and full-size Yukon.
The larger Acadia has now become a smaller, more fuel-efficient vehicle with seats up to seven and four or six cylinder options. The new Acadia 2018 GMC is now up to 740 pounds lighter than the previous generation thanks to the new C1 platform and a new four-cylinder base engine.
The exterior of the 2018 GMC Acadia may look masculine and bulk, mainly due to the huge chrome grille, but this is just the first impression. LED daytime running lights add a touch of elegance. The tail bumper is designed to improve the aerodynamics of this vehicle. The 18-inch wheels will come as standard, while 20 inches may be optional.
The interior of the 2018 Acadia GMC may seem narrower, but the fact is that the entire cabin is covered with premium materials and French tailoring, lit with red surrounding lighting. The seats are comfortable and the cabin quiet, all the other external noise makes the ride a real pleasure. You can remove third row benches that may get an extra 24 cubic feet of cargo space, while reducing the second and third row seats both can have a wonderful 116 cubic feet of cargo space.
The front seats are heated only in the standard model. As of entertainment information system, the base model has 6.5 inch touch screen, color touch radio, and USB ports, along with the navigation system. Safety features include 360 degrees of safety system, blind screens, rear view camera, airbags, forward collision alert and lane warning, to name a few.
The new 2018 GMC Acadia achieves a 21/26 mpg city / highway respectable in the form of a front drive with a standard 2.5 liter I-4 that produces 193 hp and 188 lb-ft of torque (models I would get 21/25 mpg City / Highway). The 3.6-liter optional V6 is good for 310 hp and 271 lb-ft of torque and runs 18/25 mpg city / highway with front and all-wheel drive. Both engines are mated to a six-speed automatic transmission.
The towing capacity is up to 4000 pounds on the 2018 GMC Acadia, which is 7.2 inches shorter than the 2017 model. Modern Acadia now offers technology features including front pedestrian braking, low automatic forward brake speed, and multi-camera parking system. In addition, the new terrain model allows off-road fun with a sophisticated four-wheel drive with active twin griper, which improves traction for each case encountered. The driver’s standard rear seat alarm states when an item is left in the second and third row seats, it is also new.
According to some information, we assume that 2018 GMC Acadia will be released at the end of 2017 or sometimes in the first months of 2018. The base model price will start at $32,000 and will rise to $55,000 for the premium trim level.