2016 GMC Acadia ratings and reviews

The 2016 GMC Acadia shares the same platform with the Chevy Traverse and Buick Enclave but manages to be both more rugged and more luxurious than either of those two vehicles. The SUV has space for up to eight people, across three rows of seating. There's also plenty of cargo space, especially when the third row of seats is folded up. Standard equipment on the Acadia includes a rear spoiler, sliding seats in the second row, a rearview camera and rear park assist, 18-inch wheels and satellite radio. New for 2016 is the addition of OnStar as a standard feature. Safety features include electronic stability control and rollover mitigation, anti-lock brakes, and seven airbags. The engine is a 3.6-liter V6 with 281 horsepower. The Denali trim has the same engine, but it has 288 horsepower.

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The 2016 GMC Acadia shares the same platform with the Chevy Traverse and Buick Enclave but manages to be both more rugged and more luxurious than either of those two vehicles. The SUV has space for up to eight people, across three rows of seating. There's also plenty of cargo space, especially when the third row of seats is folded up. Standard equipment on the Acadia includes a rear spoiler, sliding seats in the second row, a rearview camera and rear park assist, 18-inch wheels and satellite radio. New for 2016 is the addition of OnStar as a standard feature. Safety features include electronic stability control and rollover mitigation, anti-lock brakes, and seven airbags. The engine is a 3.6-liter V6 with 281 horsepower. The Denali trim has the same engine, but it has 288 horsepower.
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