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2017 GMC Acadia Review

Bucking the trend, the all-new Acadia is smaller in every dimension vs the outgoing model shrinking from one of the largest 3-row crossovers to one of the smaller models. Insane? Not at all. The Acadia is part of GM’s new strategy to separate the Acadia, Enclave and Traverse. The Acadia will tackle Toyota’s Highlander head-on, the Enclave will compete with the Infiniti QX60 and the Traverse will grow for 2018 to become one of the largest 3-row CUVs on the market. Can a right-sized Acadia compete in the toughest segment in America?

0-30: 2.7 Seconds

0-60: 6.8 Seconds

1/4 Mile: 14.9 Sec @ 94 MPH

60-0 Braking: 119 Feet

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