The 2019 GMC Acadia seats up to seven passengers and is a solid family crossover off-road vehicle. Although not a flashy performance, the 2019 GMC Acadia lineup is very good in a variety of SUV activities. That’s why we rated it 6.0 out of 10. Those familiar with Acadia of the previous generation should note that the 2019 model is significantly smaller than the 2016 versions and earlier versions. If you are looking for something as big as the old Acadia, without choosing a SUV with a truck, you should try the Chevrolet Traverse.
The upcoming 2019 GMC Acadia offers an old-fashioned look as some SUV crossovers on the market. The recognizable design of the GMC can be found in small details such as the grille on the front or the bows of the fenders. However, the new 2019 GMC Acadia design is very aerodynamic and beautiful. In addition, the GMC Acadia looks much smaller now. The new LED lighting system has been added to the front and rear. With this new system, headlights and headlights are automated and offer enormous help in difficult conditions. The grille looks compact and the massive bumpers look old-fashioned.
The cab of the new 2019 GMC Acadia is more luxurious and has been enhanced with modern design. It contains very soft surfaces and even noise reduction. The GMC has added six and seven passenger seating configurations to its new model. The interior offers more space and the latest active safety systems. Forward Collision Warning, Lane Keeping Assist and even Lane Departure Warning are also included. 2019 GMC Acadia has new brake systems such as automatic braking and pedestrian braking. The infotainment system is completely new and there is a new 7 and 8 inch touch screen as well as WLAN, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. Three-zone air conditioning, full load accessories and leather upholstery complete the list.
The 2019 GMC Acadia is available with one of the two engines, as well as front and four-wheel drive, enabling cost-effective and capable driving through the city, on the highway and in inclement weather. The GMC Acadia wins one point because of its good ride quality and is close to one second for the performance and performance of the optional V-6. In general, we have given a 6 out of 10 points on our scale. The base engine is a 2.5-liter in-line 4 engine that delivers 193 hp and 188 lbs of torque. Unlike some competitors, this engine does not use a turbocharger, but probably does not need it, especially in conjunction with a smooth 6-speed automatic transmission. The optional powertrain is a strong, quiet 3.6-liter V-6 with a remarkable 310 hp and a torque of 271 pounds. It’s available to everyone except the base SL panel and the Acadia Denali standard. It is coupled with a 6-speed automatic and can be equipped with four-wheel drive. However, the front-wheel drive is standard in all areas except Denali. Those opting for all-wheel drive receive a mode select button that uses sport, towing and off-road modes, and the ability to switch between two and four-wheel drive to save fuel on days of good weather. Do not forget to switch back to four-wheel drive on winter days.
We can expect the 2019 GMC Acadia to be on the market by the end of 2018. The price for the basic version of Acadia SL is at least $ 30,000. An AWD upgrade costs about $ 2,000. The 2019 GMC Acadia model starts at just under $ 47,000 for front-wheel drive and nearly $ 49,000 for four-wheel drive. However, the fully loaded Denali model with AWD system easily reaches $ 53,000. This model includes the horn with Ford Explorer, Chevrolet Traverse, Honda Pilot and many of them.