By Jennifer Geiger on February 9, 2012
The GMC Acadia large crossover gets refreshed for 2013, and it's the first model to get the brand's new signature face that includes a new, bold, squared-off grille.
Inside, updated materials lend a more premium look and feel than the previous version; it gets a new touch-screen and more multimedia functionality, too. The regular version and the new Denali trim, which GMC noted typically makes up around 30% of all Acadia sales, were unveiled in Chicago.
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