The redesigned 2017 GMC Acadia will retail for $29,995 when it goes on sale in the spring as a significantly lighter-weight model than the outgoing mid-size SUV.
General Motors has lowered the base price of the model by $1,905 compared to the 2016 Acadia and added more standard equipment such as a new IntelliLink system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatability, GM has announced.
Buyers can add new optional safety equipment such as Front Pedestrian Braking, Safety Alert Seat, and the Surround Vision camera system.
2017 Acadia models retail for $29,995 for the front-wheel drive SL, $33,375 for the FWD SLE, $35,375 for the all-wheel-drive SLE, $39,275 for the FWD SLT, $42,375 for the AWD SLT, $40,040 for the AWD All Terrain, $45,845 for the FWD Denali, and $47,845 for the AWD Denali.
Prices include the $925 destination charge.
Originally posted on Automotive Fleet