It can be good if you want a mid-size SUV with a truck-like appearance and a versatile cabin. following GMC Acadia 2023… specifications and prices.
The Acadia enters the model year without any noticeable changes. Don’t get too excited though GMC It boasts a new wraparound steering wheel that is standard on all trim levels SLE basic. Gain Acadia Also on three new paint colors, all of which cost extra. The list includes volcanic red, metallic blue and sterling metallic paint finishes. Notably, the lineup is also more affordable for 2023, with a $2,050 starting price increase for all four models.
We choose a model last Mid-level, which adds goodies to the equipment list, such as leather upholstery, remote start, heated front seats, in-dash navigation and a hands-free tailgate. Plus extras last This model comes with headlights LED Standard, heated and power adjustable mirrors, keyless entry and push button start. We were waiting for a ride V-6 the most powerful and we opt for all-wheel drive, which adds a combined $2495.
Cabin materials come across as modest and the third row small. Model can increase AT4 Off-road-oriented outdoorsmen are interested, but aside from the off-road tires and all-wheel-drive system with a torque-vectoring rear axle, we found it not as capable as advertised in our testing. In addition to front- or all-wheel drive, the Acadia has a standard 228-hp four-cylinder engine or V-6 An optional 310 hp engine is worth the upgrade. Neither the engine is offensive, nor the Acadia’s driving manners. In fact, it’s hard to be offended by anything to do with a car GMC SUV. That said, it’s hard to get inspired by anything related to the 2023 Acadia, and that’s the problem.
Engine, Transmission and Performance:
The base engine in the Acadia is a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder that produces 228 horsepower. engine V-6 The optional 3.6-liter makes 310 hp, and that extra power along with its fun nature make it our favorite. A nine-speed, front-wheel-drive automatic transmission is standard with both engines, and all-wheel drive is optional. While you’ll never forget you’re driving an SUV, the Acadia is quite capable and composed. It feels heavy while cornering at high speeds, but when you drive in a less aggressive manner (as most people drive most of the time), the ride is forgiving and stable. Adaptive suspension—standard on Denali and optional on Denali trim last With four-wheel drive—the dampers adjust every millisecond to help soften the ride over bumps or stiffen things up if the driver starts to get restless.
The EPA estimates that the front-wheel-drive version with the turbo four-cylinder will earn 22 mpg city and 29 highway. estimated ride V-6 With front-wheel drive, it gets 19 mpg city and 27 highway. However, we did not test the Acadia with the nine-speed automatic in our 75 mph highway fuel economy test.
Interior, comfort and cargo:
The Acadia’s compact exterior may help it fit into garages and parking spaces, but it does have consequences for interior space. The interior is pleasing to the eye, and most controls are intuitive and within easy reach of the driver. A black and white instrument cluster with red needles provides information at a glance. Denali models have a configurable center display that provides a wide range of additional vehicle information depending on the driver’s settings. The tilt and telescoping steering column could use more reach to give tall or very short drivers a comfortable position, but it works for most people. The leather-wrapped steering wheel has convincing high-end aluminum inlays. Unfortunately, some interior materials have a cheap look and feel. With the third row in use, we could only fit two handbags in the Acadia, but with the second and third row seats stowed, we could fit 28.
Information, entertainment and communication:
When it comes to technology, the Acadia has a lot to offer for the whole family. from a large number of outlets USB to a connection point Wi-Fi Travelers can easily stay connected. The touchscreen infotainment system is intuitive and responsive. Charging more than one device that requires a 12-volt outlet can be a challenge, as only one of these outlets is provided.
Key safety features include:
- Standard automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection
- Standard departure warning with lane keeping assist
- Adaptive cruise control is available
- The limited warranty covers three years or 36,000 miles
- The powertrain warranty covers five years or 60,000 miles
- Free maintenance is covered for the first visit
Vehicle dimensions and weight:
- Wheelbase: 112.5 inches
- Length: 193.6 inches
- Width: 75.4 inches
- Height: 66.0 inches
- Passenger volume: 109-142 cubic feet
- Cargo volume: 13-42 cubic feet
- Net weight (C/D estimated): 4400 pound
- The 2023 GMC Acadia comes with a starting price of $38,195.
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