GMC Acadia News
2020 GMC Acadia refresh brings a new engine, AT4 trim level
Turbo power comes to the Acadia
2018 GMC Acadia with 'Christmas Aero' modification gets in the wind tunnel
GMC borrows Lockeed-Martin's wind tunnel to test how Christmas decorations affect 2018 Acadia fuel economy.
Chevrolet considering midsize crossover to slot between Traverse and Equinox
A Chevrolet version of the GMC Acadia would fit there perfectly.
How American is that new car or truck?
Kogod's 2016 index goes beyond the window sticker data to determine how much of your car was built in the USA.
New GMC feature reminds drivers to check for kids in hot cars
Leaving children alone in a hot car is dangerous and often deadly. A built-in reminder aims to help forgetful parents.
GM will compensate SUV owners for fuel-economy error [UPDATE]
GM will pay back some SUV owners for mistakes in MPG window stickers. The affected models include the Chevy Traverse, GMC Acadia, and Buick Enclave.
2017 GMC Acadia, tech and design, Indycar Boston | Autoblog Podcast #476
We talk GMC crossovers, the convergence of technology and design, and the failed attempt to bring an Indycar race to Boston.
GM's MPG overstatement could affect 2 million vehicles
Consumer Reports says that if GM's 2016 model year SUVs have incorrect MPG numbers on their stickers, then the 2015 and 2014 SUVs are probably wrong, too.
GM issues stop-sale for 3 SUVs over incorrect MPG rating
GM says that a mistake was made in printing the MPG label for three of its SUVs, resulting in claimed numbers that were higher than is accurate.
2017 GMC Acadia First Drive
The new 2017 GMC Acadia is around 700 lbs lighter and gains a new base engine. Size matters, but in this case a smaller Acadia is a better Acadia.
2017 GMC Acadia starts at $29,995
GMC cuts the price of the base 2017 Acadia by over $1,000 from last year for a starting cost of $29,995. Other trims in the lineup are cheaper, too.
2017 GMC Acadia adds four-cylinder and All Terrain model
The 2017 GMC Acadia slashes a bunch of weight at the expense of some space, losing its eight-passenger abilities and gaining at the pumps.
2017 GMC Acadia loses 700 pounds, gains everywhere else
GMC unveils the smaller, redesigned 2017 Acadia. It's lost 700 pounds and can only seat seven instead of eight, but gets new features and more safety everywhere.