2017 GMC Acadia SLE2

$17,000
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Highway:
25 MPG
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GMC Acadia Details

engine
V6, 3.6L; DOHC; MFI; VVT
color
Dark Sapphire Blue Metallic
drive
AWD
fuel
Gasoline
mileage
99,879 Miles
interior color
Jet Black
stock number
10675
VIN
1GKKNSLS4HZ193851
seats
Cloth
trim
SLE2

Estimated Payment

Down Payment: $0
Months: 0
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About This 2017 GMC Acadia

Equipment
This mid-size suv keeps you comfortable with Auto Climate. This GMC Acadia offers Apple CarPlay for seamless connectivity. Engulf yourself with the crystal clear sound of a BOSE sound system in it. It comes equipped with Android Auto for seamless smartphone integration on the road. Bluetooth technology is built into the vehicle, keeping your hands on the steering wheel and your focus on the road. Protect this unit from unwanted accidents with a cutting edge backup camera system. Enjoy the convenience of the power liftgate on this GMC Acadia. This vehicle is outfitted with an OnStar communication system. This GMC Acadia is equipped with all wheel drive. This 2017 GMC Acadia has a V6, 3.6L high output engine. Set the temperature exactly where you are most comfortable in the vehicle. The fan speed and temperature will automatically adjust to maintain your preferred zone climate. Impresses the most discerning driver with the deep polished blue exterior on this GMC Acadia.

Packages
Preferred Equipment Group 3SB. AM/FM 8" Diagonal Color Touch Screen Radio. Front License Plate Bracket. **Equipment listed is based on original vehicle build and subject to change. Please confirm the accuracy of the included equipment by calling the dealer prior to purchase.**

Features & Options

  • Preferred Equipment Group 3SB
  • AM/FM 8" Diagonal Color Touch Screen Radio
  • Front License Plate Bracket
  • Apple CarPlay/Android Auto smart device mirroring
  • OnStar 4G LTE mobile hotspot internet access
  • Rear mounted camera
  • Brake assist system
  • Cruise control with steering wheel mounted controls
  • Power liftgate rear cargo door
  • Keyfob remote engine start
  • Heated driver and front passenger seats
  • Primary monitor touchscreen
  • Fixed third-row seats
  • Driver seat power reclining
  • cushion tilt
  • fore/aft control and height adjustable control
  • Part and full-time AWD
  • 3.6L V-6 gasoline direct injection
  • DOHC
  • VVT variable valve control
  • regular unleaded
  • engine with cylinder deactivation and 310HP
  • Teen Driver restricted driving mode
  • Smart key with hands-free access and push button start
  • Vehicle tracker with vehicle slowdown
  • Bluetooth wireless audio streaming
  • Dual-zone front climate control
  • Rear climate control system with separate controls
  • Second-row bucket seats
  • Manual fold into floor third-row seat
  • PASS-Key III immobilizer
  • Bose speakers
  • Vehicle integrated emergency SOS system
  • Bluetooth handsfree wireless device connectivity
  • IntelliLink external memory control
  • Internet radio capability
  • StabiliTrak electronic stability control system with anti-roll
  • Hill start assist
  • Automatic climate control
  • Rear seat check warning
  • LED daytime running lights
  • LED brake lights
  • Front fog lights
  • Leather and metal-look steering wheel
  • Active grille shutters
  • Manual rear child safety door locks
  • Heated driver and passenger side door mirrors
  • Driver selectable steering effort
  • Manual tilting steering wheel
  • Manual telescopic steering wheel
  • Auto stop-start engine
  • Capless fuel filler
  • Metallic paint
  • 18 x 7.5-inch front and rear machined aluminum wheels
  • P235/65HR18 AS BSW front and rear tires
  • Cloth front seat upholstery
  • 8 airbags
  • Cloth rear seat upholstery
  • Driver front impact airbag
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2017 GMC Acadia Denali AWD Review

The Acadia has long since been one of my favorite 3-row crossovers delivering big-time spaciousness, an impeccable ride quality and handsome styling. Well the time has finally come for its complete redesign and this all-new 2017 model is bucking the trend by going smaller. The last time you saw me in an Acadia was 3 years ago when the family and I took this Denali on a very long road trip to Florida where its stellar big crossover attributes shined. I couldn’t have been more pleased. Now almost a decade after the original’s introduction, an all-new Acadia is here…it’s still V6 powered and capable of seating 7 – though not 8 - but the wheelbase has been slashed by over half a foot. It’s shorter, narrower and about 700 pounds lighter. Combine that with an updated 3.6-liter engine making more power and the Acadia drives with even more zip, feeling downright fast from a standstill and every push of the accelerator thereafter. The increased 310 horsepower and 271 pound-feet of torque still work through a 6-speed automatic transmission and a new all-wheel drive system with a disconnect mode to save fuel. It’s controlled through this new drive mode selector which can effectively disconnect the rear axle from the drive system when the sailing is smooth. Other modes include 4X4, Off Road and Trailer/Tow…for which this Acadia is now rated at 4,000 lbs. max, down from 5,200. The rotary knob can be a bit directionally confusing and there is no graphical depiction of the changing modes in the driver display. Slotted just below this Denali is the new Acadia All Terrain which comes with a more advanced all-wheel drive system for enhanced off-road driving. The optional chassis package is a must have for those seeking the most optimal suspension tune, allowing the Acadia to traverse any surface with complete composure while also benefitting back road driving. It’s priced at $1,200 and continuously adjusts the shocks and struts for a beautiful balance of ride and handling. With the reduction in vehicle size and the use of Active Fuel Management to minimize the engine’s cylinder use from 6 to 4 when conditions allow, the Acadia Denali AWD picks up 3mpgs, now rated at 18mpg city/25mpg highway with its driving range extended to 440 miles. Now, to where a 3-row crossover earns its keep; inside. For the driver, the Denali provides the expected range and then some of active safety features utilizing all of its technologies to prevent any sort of possible accident. Flashing lights, sonorous alerts and even a vibrating driver’s seat – if danger lurks the Acadia lets you know. Plus, it can automatically keep you in your lane, display a complete surround view of the vehicle and even remind you to check the 2nd row seats before leaving to avoid a child being left behind. Auto high beams, teen driver settings and the safety of OnStar round out the extensive offerings. I was very comfortable behind the wheel during a long road trip and the cabin is appropriately quiet. The rear seats slide fore and aft, are elevated so you can see above the front seats and come with climate control and heated outboard positions. There are USB ports and a new storage tray and legroom is now more generous. Where you get squeezed is in the 3rd row unless you can convince those in front of you to slide up. Still, it’s a usable space with another USB port and can be accessed with one hand. You can also leave a child seat in place when doing so. The dual sunroofs are extra. The tech is excellent. GMC’s IntilliLink system is very easy to use and supports the latest smartphone connectivity, the Bose sound system is rich and having a fast Wi-Fi connection is very cool. Where the Acadia shrinks is in cargo capacity…big time. Space behind the 3rd row is halved and max cargo room, aided by 2nd row seats which can be dropped from the back, is down over 35 cubic feet. Due to technical difficulties, the right side doesn’t show it here, but the seats do fold flat. There’s also a hands-free liftgate but just like in the Caddy I recently tested, its foot activation is temperamental. The engine feels stronger than ever, its diminished size affords crisper handling and the ride quality is even better than before...and that's saying something. Yet I can't help but wonder if GMC will regret going smaller with the Acadia. Plus, for a Denali trim there are some features which are missing. Head-up display, power folding mirrors, LED lighting – there are absent goodies which I expected. Plus, I don’t view the styling as an improvement – its newfound curves erase much of the previous Acadia’s big-time presence. This one just seems to blend in now. Priced at $52,185 as-tested, the Acadia Denali continues to be a solid albeit smaller offering that satisfies yet fails to holistically improve upon its predecessor.