2021 GMC Acadia Review

The GMC Acadia is a mid-size SUV perfect for big families or people who enjoy taking long trips on the road. If you’re looking to buy a new SUV, you’ve come to the right place, as we have outlined your options when it comes to the GMC Acadia.

To learn more about the car’s new upgrades and each trim model’s features, read on!

Upgrades

Some of the most notable features that come with the 2021 GMC Acadia are the safety features. Each trim model comes with alert systems to ensure you are driving safely. Plus, the new 6″ color head-up display is an available add-on you won’t want to miss.

Trim Models

Just like with most cars, there are several options to choose from, which is why we have outlined the three trim models below. Read more to find which option might work best for you.

Acadia SLE & SLT

The Acadia SLE & SLT trim model is the standard option of the three and is the least expensive, depending on which features you choose to add on with your purchase. It reaches 21/27 miles per gallon for city and highway, respectively. The SLE model comes with a 2.5L 4-cylinder 193-hp engine, while the SLT model comes with a 2.0L Turbo 228-hp engine. The SLT option is a bit more advanced, with leather seats and a hands-free power liftgate. This car can tow up to 4,000 pounds.

Acadia AT4

The Acadia AT4 reaches 19/26 miles per gallon for city and highway, respectively. It comes with a 3.6L V6 engine and a 9-speed automatic transmission. This option is ideal for drivers looking for a “sporty” SUV, especially because of its black chrome detailing.

Another notable feature of the 2021 GMC Acadia AT4 is the GMC Pro Safety Plus feature, which includes auto emergency braking, front pedestrian braking, lane change alert, blind zone alert and various other assistive features.

Acadia Denali

The Acadia Denali is the most complex and decked out trim model of the three. It comes with a 3.6L V6 engine with aa 9-speed automatic transmission, 20″ aluminum wheels and a premium leather interior. This trim model also includes the GMC Pro Safety Plus feature, as well as the 6″ diagonal color Head-Up Display. Drivers looking for a fully decked out SUV should opt for this trim model.

Horse Power

Horse power will vary depending on which trim model you choose.

Fuel Economy

Fuel economy for the GMC Acadia will vary from one trim model to another. If fuel economy is important to you, the GMC Acadia SLE & SLT is likely the best choice.

Additional Features

Some additional features that are available with the 2021 GMC Acadia include:

  • 6″ color head-up display
  • Elevation edition
  • High definition surround vision
  • Active torque control AWD system

When you are deciding on which trim model to purchase, make sure to look through all available add-ons so your car comes as decked out as you need and want it to be.

Final Thoughts

Purchasing a new car is rarely an easy process. Before you decide which GMC Acadia trim model you want to buy, here are some things to consider:

  • Gas mileage
  • Price
  • All safety features, including available add-ons
  • Wheel size
  • Vehicle durability

One thing the GMC Acadia gets entirely right is its ability to withstand all kinds of trips on the road, whether they are short trips to work or long road trips with a big group of people. The GMC Acadia is surely a customizable option for all SUV lovers.

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