General Motors priced its good-looking and practical three-row GMC Acadia crossover from $34,875. There is also the Acadia Denali version which comes with a very long list of equipment and features, and a rather fat price tag of $46,770. Both prices include destination charge.
To be honest you don’t really need the Denali model, as the standard Acadia is chock-full of great features. Even the basic model comes as standard with Rear Park Assist, a rearview camera, a leather-wrapped steering wheel with audio controls, a Color Touch Radio with HD radio, USB port, signature LED daytime running lights, and interior ambient lighting.
Higher trim levels also include IntelliLink connectivity and the industry’s first front-center air bag, which is designed to protect drivers and front passengers in far-side impact crashes. Acadia Denali’s standard equipment includes a power tilt and telescoping steering column, Head-Up Display, Side Blind Zone Alert and Rear Cross Traffic Alert.
GMC Acadia is not offered in Europe, which is a shame, because it looks refreshingly different that what we are used to in this segment.