2017 Acadia

March 19 2018,

2017 Acadia

The all-new 2017 GMC Acadia is an SUV that offers a premium driving experience. With its capacity up to 7 passengers and all new features, you can be sure that you'll be driving one of the best vehicles of 2017. Starting at $38,095, the all wheel drive vehicle averages about 15.8L/100km in city driving and 10.6L/100km for the highway.

Interior:
Interior lighting accents, a sleek dashboard design, and the refined comfortable interior are some of the best features that the GMC Acadia has to offer. Two rows of collapsible seats lead to a versatile cargo space that can fit almost every need.

Exterior: A great feature to the 2017 Acadia is the keyless entry and push-to-start. At just the press of a button, you can remotely turn on your vehicle. When exiting, the car automatically locks within seconds of the doors being closed. The exterior design is a bold new look that is available in a variety of color options. It also features LED lights and wrap-around rear glass.
Safety:
Side blind zone alerts will alert you if there is a vehicle in your blind spot. There also are rear view cameras and rear park assistance. The GMC Acadia offers the latest technologies that are on the market to help you stay safe and connected at any time.

For more information about this amazing vehicle, or to see the deals that you may qualify for please contact us. We specialize in sales of General Motors products in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. You can be sure that we will find a perfect match for you at the best price. You can also check out our current inventory of the 2017 GMC Acadia here.

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