Acadia 2017 specs

Acadia 2017 specs DEFAULT

SLT-1 All-wheel Drive
2017 GMC Acadia Specs

Front head room40 "
Rear head room40 "
Front shoulder room59 "
Rear shoulder room59 "
Front hip room56 "
Rear hip room53 "
Front leg room41.0 "
Rear leg room39.7 "
Luggage capacity12.8 cu.ft.
Maximum cargo capacity79.0 cu.ft.
Standard seating6
Length193.6 "
Body width75.4 "
Body height66.0 "
Wheelbase112.5 "
Ground clearance7.2 "
Gross weight6,001 lbs.
Fuel tank capacity22.0 gal.
EPA mileage estimates18 City / 25 Hwy
Base engine size3.6 liters
Base engine typeV-6
Horsepower310 hp
Horsepower rpm6,600
Torque271 lb-ft.
Torque rpm5,000
Maximum towing capacity4,000 lbs.
Drive typeall-wheel
Turning radius19.4 ''
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Year 1$9,250

Year 2$3,499

Year 3$3,698

Year 4$2,798

Year 5$2,523

Fees & Taxes

Year 1$2,530

Year 2$226

Year 3$210

Year 4$178

Year 5$176


Year 1$1,280

Year 2$1,326

Year 3$1,373

Year 4$1,422

Year 5$1,472


Year 1$1,201

Year 2$1,191

Year 3$1,181

Year 4$1,172

Year 5$1,162


Year 1$1,403

Year 2$1,118

Year 3$820

Year 4$509

Year 5$182


Year 1$8

Year 2$135

Year 3$614

Year 4$404

Year 5$2,191


Year 1$114

Year 2$151

Year 3$191

Year 4$237

Year 5$300


Year 1$0

Year 2$0

Year 3$0

Year 4$1,119

Year 5$1,387

Total Cost to Own

Year 1$15,785

Year 2$7,646

Year 3$8,087

Year 4$7,838

Year 5$9,394

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Technical Specifications:
2017 GMC Acadia Denali

AM/FM stereo radio

AM/FM/HD stereo radio

Air Conditionning

3-zone automatic climate control


Roof-mounted antenna


8-inch diagonal colour touch audio system with IntelliLink


1st row touch screen


Speed-sensitive volume control

Bluetooth Wireless Technology

Bluetooth wireless connectivity

Cargo Cover (Option)

Retractable cargo shade

Cargo Mat (Option)

All-weather cargo mat

Cargo Mat (Option)

Integrated cargo liner

Cargo Mat (Option)

Integrated cargo liner

Cargo Net (Option)

Vertical cargo net

Cargo Net (Option)

Floor mounted cargo net

Cellular Phone

Apple carplay and android auto

Communication System

OnStar communication system

Courtesy Dome Light

Courtesy lights with fade-out

Cruise Control (Option)

Full speed adaptive cruise control with Stop/Go

DVD Entertainment System (Option)

Rear seat DVD entertainment system

Driver Vanity Mirror

Driver-side illuminated vanity mirror

Engine Block Heater (Option)


Front Wipers

Intermittent front wipers


Universal garage-door opener


Heated steering wheel

Interior Air Filter

Cabin air filter


4G LTE includes Wi-Fi hotspot capability (with 3-month/3 GB trial, whichever comes first)

Number of Speakers

8 speakers

Passenger Vanity Mirror

Illuminated front passenger vanity mirror

Portable Charging Unit (Option)

Wireless charging

Power Outlet

Auxiliary power outlet

Power Windows

Power windows with driver express up and down and passenger express down

Premium Sound System

Bose premium sound system

Reading Light

Front and rear reading lights

Rear Air Conditionning

Rear air conditioning with separate controls

Rear Heating

Rear heater ducts

Rear View Mirror

Auto-dimming rearview mirror

Remote Audio Controls

Steering wheel-mounted audio controls

Remote Starter

Remote vehicle starting system

SiriusXM satellite radio

SiriusXM satellite radio (standard for 3 months)

Steering Wheel Adjustment

Tilt and telescopic steering wheel

Streaming Audio

Streaming audio via Bluetooth

Trunk Light

Cargo area light


Power programmable hands-free liftgate

Voice Recognition System


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Handsome styling, a well-connected infotainment system, and room for up to seven passengers make the all-new Acadia an easy family favorite. GMC’s mid-size crossover sports a more compact body and a host of modernized features that make it leaps and bounds better than the larger, more old-school SUV it replaced. A V-6 engine is optional and provides decent hustle, while the standard four-cylinder engine is the choice for buyers mindful of fuel economy. Acadia buyers will have to choose between maximizing cargo-hauling or people-hauling, though, as its trimmer dimensions have reduced interior spaciousness. While there are three rows of seats, the new model is substantially smaller than its predecessor and now offers less room, especially in the third row.

What's New for 2017?

All new for 2017, the Acadia is now more compact than before—its wheelbase is shorter by 6.4 inches, its overall length shrinks by 7.2 inches, and it’s 3.5 inches narrower. It’s lighter, too, by about 700 pounds, which helps with both efficiency and drivability. GMC has modernized the blocky exterior with some softer edges; the cabin received a reworking that adds a much-improved infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, somewhat improved interior materials, and a classier design.


Original MSRP:

  • SL: $29,995
  • SLE: $33,375
  • SLT: $39,275
  • Limited: $44,775
  • Denali: $46,390

Engine, Transmission, and Performance

The Acadia’s base engine is a 2.5-liter four-cylinder good for 193 horsepower, but a 310-hp 3.6-liter V-6 is a stronger choice. A six-speed automatic and front-wheel drive are standard with either engine; all-wheel drive is optional. The base four-cylinder’s lack of turbocharging saddles that engine with a significant power disadvantage, and the peppy V-6 engine’s power can be difficult to modulate. Either way, fuel-economy numbers are simply adequate, and maximum towing capacity is below average for the class. Most of the Acadia’s driving dynamics are perfectly adequate and should satisfy the majority of crossover buyers, but some could use refinement. A three-row crossover should be easy to drive, comfortable, and provide decent power for highway merging and towing. The Acadia does all of those things, but it does nothing to make a truly memorable driving experience. Instead, it’s simply a solid family vehicle.

Fuel Economy

EPA fuel-economy testing and reporting procedures have changed over time. For the latest numbers on current and older vehicles, visit the EPA’s website and select Find & Compare Cars.

Interior, Comfort, and Cargo

The Acadia’s newly shrunken shape has another consequence besides its impressive weight loss: less room for people and cargo. Cabin fit and finish and overall polish are spotty, and they’re especially unacceptable on the expensive top-spec Denali trim. The interior design is pleasing to the eye, and most controls are intuitive and within reach of the driver. Unfortunately, some of the interior materials have a cheap look and feel. The Acadia can haul cargo or lug people, but it struggles to do both at the same time. The third row is suitable only for children, and the tight cargo area behind the third row makes it less useful than more spacious rivals.

Infotainment and Connectivity

When it comes to technology, the Acadia offers plenty for the whole family. Standard features include a 7.0-inch touchscreen, Bluetooth connectivity, onboard Wi-Fi, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto. With five USB ports dotting the cabin, there are connection points for the whole family, but just a single 12-volt outlet is offered, and it's located on the center console ahead of the shift lever, making it inconvenient for rear-seat passengers. On SLT trims and up, an 8.0-inch screen is standard as are navigation and a premium Bose audio system. Some icons could be bigger, but overall, this is one of the more intuitive systems on the market.

Safety Features and Crash Test Ratings

For more information about the GMC Acadia’s crash-test results, visit the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) websites.


Some older vehicles are still eligible for coverage under a manufacturer's Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) program. For more information visit our guide to every manufacturer's CPO program.

2017 GMC Acadia - Interior Tech Features
Clean Retail Price

The MT clean retail price reflects a reasonable asking price by a dealership for a fully reconditioned vehicle (clean title history, no defects, minimal wear) with average mileage.

5-Year Cost to Own / Rating
$29,070Coming Soon$35,050 / Average
$29,070Coming Soon$35,050 / Average
$32,450Coming Soon$36,134 / Good
$34,450Coming Soon$37,057 / Good
$35,070Coming Soon$38,550 / Average
$37,070Coming Soon$39,509 / Good
$38,350Coming Soon$40,855 / Average
$41,450Coming Soon$42,524 / Average
$41,750Coming Soon$43,369 / Mediocre
$43,750Coming Soon$44,117 / Mediocre
$43,850Coming Soon$40,965 / Excellent
$45,070Coming Soon$45,461 / Mediocre
$45,850Coming Soon$41,496 / Excellent
$47,070Coming Soon$46,170 / Mediocre

Cargo (Std/Max):

13/79 cu.ft.

5-Year Cost to Own



  • Good fuel economy
  • New model can fit better in garages
  • Attractive new design


  • Base engine may struggle under weight
  • No rain-sensing automatic windshield wipers
  • Cargo capacity is now smaller than some competitors

GMC Acadia Expert Review

Michael Cantu

New for 2017

The all-new 2017 GMC Acadia is smaller, lighter, and more fuel efficient compared to its predecessor. A Continuously Variable Ride Control is now available on the popular, high-end Denali model.

Vehicle Summary

The Acadia is GMC's midsize crossover that fits between the compact Terrain and the full-size Yukon. The once-larger Acadia, has now become a smaller, more fuel efficient vehicle, with seating for up to seven and a choice of four- or six-cylinder engines.


The new 2017 Acadia achieves a respectable 21/26 mpg city/highway in front-drive form with the standard 2.5-liter I-4 that produces 193 hp and 188 lb-ft of torque (AWD models get 21/25 mpg city/highway). The optional 3.6-liter V6 is good for 310 hp and 271 lb-ft of torque and manages 18/25 mpg city/highway with front- and all-wheel drive. Both engines are mated to a six-speed automatic transmission. Towing capacity is up to 4,000 pounds on the 2017 Acadia, which is 7.2 inches shorter than the 2016 model.

The modernized Acadia now offers tech features including front pedestrian braking, low-speed forward automatic braking, and a multi-camera parking system. In addition, the new All Terrain model allows for off-road fun with its advanced all-wheel-drive system with an active twin clutch, which optimizes traction for every condition it encounters. A standard rear seat alert reminds the driver when an item may have been left in the second and third row seats, is also new.


Neither the NHTSA nor the IIHS have tested the new-for-2017 GMC Acadia, which offers a mix of expected safety features and a few that aren't yet common across the industry. Stability and traction control, anti-lock brakes, front side airbags, full-length side curtain airbags, OnStar, and a rear seat alert system are all standard. Available active safety tech includes front pedestrian braking, low-speed forward automatic braking, following distance indicator, automatic high-beam headlights, and a lane keeping assist system.

What We Think

In a First Drive review of the 2017 GMC Acadia, we had mostly positives things to say about this new and improved SUV. We appreciated the Acadia's comfortable ride, and noted its greater agility thanks to its lighter weight -- up to 740 pounds depending on the trim.

About the Acadia, we said that the "steering is firm and responsive, and there is very little body roll." The attractive interior has lots of different trims and lots of storage with plenty of cubbies, including space to store the key. In our first experience with the five-, six-, or seven-passenger crossover, we found the infotainment system to be "top-notch." The Acadia, which offers 4G LTE Wi-Fi, is compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

Cool Fact

The new 2017 GMC Acadia is now up to 740 pounds lighter than the previous generation thanks to its new C1 platform and a new four-cylinder base engine.

Key Competitors:

  • Toyota Highlander
  • Honda Pilot
  • Ford Explorer
  • Nissan Pathfinder

Specs acadia 2017

Pressroom United States

Front Suspension:

MacPherson strut with direct-acting stabilizer bar

Rear Suspension:

Five-link independent; coil springs with stabilizer bar

Steering Type:

Electric variable-effort power steering with Active Return Assist

Turning Circle
(ft. / m):

38.7 / 11.8

Brake Type:

Four-wheel-disc, variable brake system with power assist; Duralife brake rotors and low-drag brake calipers

Brake Rotor Size (in / mm):

Front: 12.6 x 1.9 / 321 x 30
Rear: 12.4 x 0.9 / 315 x 23

Wheel Size:

17-in. aluminum (SL, SLE-1)
18-in. aluminum (SLE-2, SLT-1, All Terrain)
20-in. aluminum (SLT-2, Denali)

Tire Size:

P245/65R17 all-season
P235/65R18 all-season
P235/55R20 all-season

2017 GMC Acadia - Review and Road Test

2017 GMC Acadia Specifications

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Compare 2017 GMC Acadia different trims:

AWD 4-Door Denali

AWD 4-Door Denali

AWD 4-Door SLE w/SLE-1

AWD 4-Door SLE w/SLE-2

AWD 4-Door SLT w/SLT-1

AWD 4-Door SLT w/SLT-2

FWD 4-Door Denali

FWD 4-Door SL

FWD 4-Door SLE w/SLE-1

FWD 4-Door SLE w/SLE-2

FWD 4-Door SLT w/SLT-1

FWD 4-Door SLT w/SLT-2

AWD 4-Door Limited

FWD 4-Door Limited

AWD 4-Door SLE w/SLE-1

AWD 4-Door Denali

AWD 4-Door SLE w/SLE-1

AWD 4-Door SLE w/SLE-2

AWD 4-Door SLT w/SLT-1

AWD 4-Door SLT w/SLT-2

FWD 4-Door Denali

FWD 4-Door SL

FWD 4-Door SLE w/SLE-1

FWD 4-Door SLE w/SLE-2

FWD 4-Door SLT w/SLT-1

FWD 4-Door SLT w/SLT-2

AWD 4-Door Limited

FWD 4-Door Limited

AWD 4-Door SLE w/SLE-2

AWD 4-Door Denali

AWD 4-Door SLE w/SLE-1

AWD 4-Door SLE w/SLE-2

AWD 4-Door SLT w/SLT-1

AWD 4-Door SLT w/SLT-2

FWD 4-Door Denali

FWD 4-Door SL

FWD 4-Door SLE w/SLE-1

FWD 4-Door SLE w/SLE-2

FWD 4-Door SLT w/SLT-1

FWD 4-Door SLT w/SLT-2

AWD 4-Door Limited

FWD 4-Door Limited

AWD 4-Door SLT w/SLT-1

AWD 4-Door Denali

AWD 4-Door SLE w/SLE-1

AWD 4-Door SLE w/SLE-2

AWD 4-Door SLT w/SLT-1

AWD 4-Door SLT w/SLT-2

FWD 4-Door Denali

FWD 4-Door SL

FWD 4-Door SLE w/SLE-1

FWD 4-Door SLE w/SLE-2

FWD 4-Door SLT w/SLT-1

FWD 4-Door SLT w/SLT-2

AWD 4-Door Limited

FWD 4-Door Limited

Gas Mileage

18 mpg City / 25 mpg Hwy

Gas Mileage

21 mpg City / 25 mpg Hwy

Gas Mileage

21 mpg City / 25 mpg Hwy

Gas Mileage

18 mpg City / 25 mpg Hwy


All Wheel Drive


All Wheel Drive


All Wheel Drive


All Wheel Drive


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