The GMC Acadia is one of the most versatile SUVs on the market. But with three configurations and multiple trims to choose from, picking one can be a tough choice.
At Moore Buick GMC, we want to make finding your new Acadia as simple as possible, so here are some of the differences in these models.
It’s All About the Features With Every New GMC Acadia for Sale
We aren’t talking about the difference in size of these models, because there isn’t much to talk about. With each version, you will be getting excellent space for the driver and passengers. If you like the GMC Acadia’s build, then let’s find the features you’ll want to bring home with you in your next car.
Make Every Trip Memorable (for All the Right Reasons)
If you love taking road trips, then you might consider purchasing the GMC Acadia All Terrain. The All Terrain enhances traction in all conditions and boosts the vehicle’s uphill climbing capability. All Terrain versions swap out the third row seats for an adventure-ready Cargo Management System. This package includes cargo tie-downs, cargo stabilizer, and under-floor storage bins to pack all your essentials.
But the customization doesn’t stop there. GMC has crafted two editions of the All Terrain. With either one, you can opt for black roof rails. These come in handy if you are using the third row of seats, as it will allow you to fix any cargo carriers to the roof with ease. These are also available in a refined silver edition with the SLE-2 model.
Interested in exploring the differences between the two All Terrain models? Then check out GMC’s page about these editions.
Worried about seating for your next trip? Then look no further than the classic SL and SLE-1 models. With these renditions, comfortable passenger seating for seven people will come standard. For even more seating, there’s the Acadia Limited, which has the option to be an eight-passenger vehicle. With the Limited, you’ll gain a variety of luxury accessories, including an additional two speakers in the already impressive Bose sound system.
Safety and Technology: Hand in Hand
The Acadia doesn’t lack in technology. Every model is equipped with keyless open and start, active noise cancellation, five USB ports, and even an available 120-volt outlet that comes with the Denali, SLT-1, and SLT-2 models.
With Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™, you will be able to connect your phone to the color touch radio. This feature allows you to use the touch screen radio instead of your smartphone while driving.
A programmable power liftgate comes standard on six Acadia configurations (SLE-2, All Terrain versions, SLT versions, and Denali). Other safety enhancements are the driver assist programs, such as side blind zone and lane keep assist, which help the driver by alerting them of any vehicles present in the blind spot zone and keeping them centered within road lanes, respectively.
Test Drive a New GMC Acadia Near Jacksonville
With every available feature, it’s clear that each Acadia provides each owner with a personalized experience.
If the GMC Acadia sounds right for you, check out new inventory of GMC Acadia SUVs for sale in Jacksonville, and come down to Moore Buick GMC for a test drive.