CARS.COM — Regardless of how the redesigned 2017 GMC Acadia performs among Cars.com’s Winners and Losers at the 2016 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, the Acadia is indisputably the biggest loser. The new version introduced at the show has shed a whopping 700 pounds and dropped a size to compete firmly in the midsize SUV segment.
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The SUV’s svelte new body takes on a softer look with rounded corners and smoother angles. Big changes in the shrunken cabin include unseating three passengers for a new standard carrying capacity of five (the now-optional third row brings the total to seven) and a new cargo drawer in the back of the center console.
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