MPG City: 18 - 21 ; Highway: 25 - 26
The GMC Acadia's big change for 2017 is that it's smaller, by a lot. GMC's outgoing three-row Acadia was always a go-to option for shoppers looking to maximize their size-to-dollar ratio before giving in to a minivan. The substantial downsizing of the formerly eight-seat, full-size Acadia SUV places it in a highly competitive midsize SUV segment.
After switching to a new platform, the Acadia is 700 pounds lighter than the old model. A standard four-cylinder engine improves fuel economy and a new V-6 makes more ponies than last year. Standard seating shrinks to five occupants, though GMC says that most Acadias will offer an optional third row. A Denali version carries over, while a new off-road-themed All Terrain trim joins the lineup.
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