GMC Acadia 2013 is a great vehicle for off-road Experience. It has strong look and big power. The exterior gets a mild refresh with a more aggressive front end design. There are distinctive headlights with LED daytime running lights and a new rear spoiler. In addition, there are 18-, 19- and 20-inch wheel patterns that complement the Acadiaâ€™s lines and stance. While inside, GMC upgrades the Acadiaâ€™s interior with softer-touch materials and nice aluminum accents on the center console, doors and dash. The automaker also adds French stitching for classier ambience. Acadia Trim: SLE1 Starting at: $35,940, SLE2 Starting at: $37,940, SLT1 Starting at: $41,780 and SLT2 Starting at: $41,200. Engine: 3.6L V6 engine FWD 288hp @ 6300 rpm with standart 6-Speed Automatic Transmission.
GMC Acadia 2013 first released at the 2012 Chicago Auto Show. Besides impressive styling and performance, GMS also highlighted complete safety features including the industryâ€™s first front center air bag. GMS successfully provide a combination of style and functionality. The interior features SmartSlide seating system that lets you access the third row more easily. GMC Acadia 2013 also has large cargo space. Moreover, if both the second and third row folded flat, there would be additional cargo space to carry more goods.
If you purchase a complete package of GMC Acadia 2013, youâ€™ll find dual sunroofs, GMC IntelliLink media and navigation system, rear video entertainment system, cooled and heated front seats, and other luxurious features. Under the hood, all kinds of 2013 GMC Acadia models have been completed with fuel-efficient technology and the engine is using V-6 with 3.6L of the capacity. The variable valve timing which can be produced by the engine makes it possible for it to emit up to 288 horsepower. Additional control of all-wheel drive is also available. Properly equipped, the 2013 GMC Acadia can tow up to 5,000 pounds (2268 kg). 2013 GMC Acadia participated in the 2012 4xFall Off-Road Experience and attracted the attention of journalists. The reporters who had the opportunity to try out the GMC Acadia 2013 across the Colorado Rocky Mountains praised the toughness of this crossover SUV. 2013 GMC Acadia can through rocky and gravel roads, as well as muddy roads. Almost all terrain conquered by GMC Acadia 2013 with no problems. This is even so awesome by regarding that that this crossover is using aluminum wheels in 20 inches and street tires. Di you know? The name of GMC Acadia comes from a rough and wild area somewhere in Alaska. Thus, the crossover is very fitting of the title off-road vehicle. It is also supported by a capable AWD system and adequate ground clearance.