2017 GMC Acadia Redefines a Midsize Crossover Segment

2017 GMC Acadia Redefines a Midsize Crossover Segment

700-lbs. lighter, some-more fit crossover now right sized for Canada






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TORONTO (Thursday, Feb 11, 2016) – GMC currently suggested for a initial time in Canada a 2017 Acadia, adding to a clever portfolio of reward products with an appealing mix of design, record and capability. GMC is experiencing good movement in a marketplace, with eighteen uninterrupted months of sales gains, a code is one of a fastest flourishing in a Canadian industry. 

“The new Acadia brings pointing and purpose to perceptive business who value veteran class capability on and off a road,” said Mike Speranzini, code executive for GMC in Canada. “Shedding 700 pounds and 7 inches was an extraordinary engineering achievement, making it some-more fuel efficient, more opening oriented and ‘right-sized’ for a Canadian market”.

2017 GMC Acadia

The all-new 2017 Acadia – a reimagined crossover directed during a heart of a midsize segment, designed to offer good flexibility and refinement, with some-more modernized reserve technologies.

The new Acadia offers more-efficient powertrains, while stability to offer 3 rows of seating on many models. The reward Acadia Denali returns, along with a new All Terrain indication charity extended off-road capability.

The vital re-scoping of a 2017 Acadia offers business a midsize crossover positioned between a compress Terrain and full-size Yukon. Depending on a model, it is accessible with five-, six- or seven-passenger seating, while charity larger maneuverability than a first-generation model.

About GMC in Canada

GMC has made trucks given 1902, with creation and engineering value built into all GMC vehicles. The code is elaborating to offer some-more fuel-efficient trucks and crossovers, including a Terrain tiny SUV and Acadia crossover. GMC’s highest-volume vehicle, a Sierra pickup, is a many absolute light avocation pickup on a market, and a initial full-size pickup to accept a top probable five-star Overall Vehicle Score for reserve given a U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration altered a New Car Assessment Program for a 2011 indication year. Details on all GMC models are accessible during http://www.gmc.gm.ca, on Twitter during @GMCCanada or during http://www.facebook.com/gmccanada