The 2018 GMC Acadia All Terrain has seen a few facelifts in designs to accommodate drivers’ demand. Like Chevrolet Traverse and Buick Enclave, GMC Acadia is built on the Lambda platform. It is a 5 seater SUV that falls between GMC Yukon and Terrain models.
2018 GMC Acadia All Terrain – Design
Its signature black chrome on the bumpers sets the Acadia apart from the rest models. The latest version will be available on 18 or 20-inch wheels. Its lamps have been given a C-shape design to make it look more appealing. GMC’s iconic emblem and its broad grille will be retained.
Beefy D-pillars also feature as in the earlier models. Cargo section has features like tie downs, cargo rails, cargo stabilizer and also two covered under-floor storage bins.
Safety Gadgets include innovative keyless open and start system that locks the vehicle seconds after the last door has been locked, rear seat alarm, surround view camera, blind spot alert, rear cross traffic informs, lane-keep support, adaptive cruise ship management, automatic power liftgate, automatic collision reduction and low vision trailering system.
GMC’s unique traction control Stabilitrak program will be very helpful for drivers while navigating different terrains.
In-cabin upholstery is marked by brushed dark aluminum parts, durable and also sport carpeted floor mats, French-stitched premium leather upholstery. Hence, an 8-inch diagonal color touch is at the center of the console. GMC Intellilink infotainment also features Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, OnStar 4G Wi-Fi Hotspot and up to 5 USB ports.
GMC specific designs also provide for a noise cancellation system in the cabin for quite an environment.
2018 GMC Acadia All terrain will also have GMC’s store attribute with which drivers can download GMC approved applications both to their smartphones and vehicles.
2018 GMC Acadia All Terrain – Engine Output
Two engine variants are rumored to run the GMC Acadia All terrain 2018. A standard 310 hp 3.6-litre V-6 engine backed by 6-speed auto transmission and a 2.5-litre 4-cylinder engine. An average of 25 mpg fuel efficiency can be expected.
2018 GMC Acadia All Terrain – Price and Trims
The 2018 GMC Acadia All Terrain trims will have options of rear wheel drive and all-wheel drive functions. The lowest trim will be priced at around $ 30,000 while the Denali trim will be priced at $ 47,500. The vehicle is likely to be launched by end of 2017.