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    About GMC Acadia


    The GMC Acadia is a large crossover SUV that rolled off the line for the 2007 model year. Although GMC is most well-known for producing pickups, over the last decade the automaker's fleet of SUVs has become a key part of the roster, especially with models such as the Acadia. The SUV is assembled at the Lansing Delta Township Assembly plant in Michigan, though the GMC Acadia parts and components are manufactured by different operating units of GM. The Acadia comes in only one body-style and seats up to eight passengers. Its second-row seats are captain's chairs which can slide up to four inches in either direction or flip-up for easier access to the third row. The model is constructed on the GM's Lambda platform along with the Saturn Outlook, Buick Enclave, and Chevy Traverse. When it comes to its size, the Acadia initially measured in with a wheelbase of 118.9 inches, a width of 78.9 inches, a height of 72.8 inches, and an overall length of 201.1 inches. For 2009, the width was lowered to 78.2 inches, the height to 69.9 inches, and the length to 200.7 inches.

    The Acadia gets its performance from a 3.6L V6. When the vehicle first premiered, it was rated at approximately 275 horsepower with 252 pounds-per-foot of torque. But in 2009, GMC added direct injection to the configuration, upping the horsepower to 288 and the torque to 270 pounds-per-foot. Engines are mated to a six-speed standard automatic transmission. Three trim levels are offered for the GMC Acadia: the SLE-1, SLT-1, and SLT-2, with the SLE considered the base trim. The base SLE-1 is equipped with cruise control, air conditioning, power accessories, and airbags. The two higher trim levels take it up a notch with amenities such as leather upholstery, heated front-seats, a ten-speaker Bose stereo system, and tri-zone climate control. In 2009, updates like Bluetooth and GPS with real-time traffic were added to the Acadia.

    Six airbags are found inside the Acadia, including two dual-stage front airbags for the front occupants, two seat-mounted side impact airbags in the first row and two head-curtain side-impact air bags that cover all three rows. The Acadia also uses unibody construction, which is credited with lowering the vehicle's center of gravity, which in turn, lowers the risk of rollovers. Steel reinforcements like a cross-car beam and steel body-construction also add to the SUV's safety profile. Since 2007, the GMC Acadia has brought in solid sales figures, averaging over 64,000 units sold per year. It has been praised throughout the industry as well, receiving such honors as MotorWeek's Driver's Choice award for Best Crossover Utility (2007). The Acadia has also been named a Consumer Guide Best Buy (2008, 2009).

    Some SUVs display a bevy of attributes to keep drivers interested. The GMC Acadia is a perfect example. Brute, bold, and hospitable, the GMC Acadia has staked its claim as one of the more important models under the banner. Showing off plenty of pop and efficiency along with a generous amount of cargo/passenger space makes this SUV as accommodating as any other in its class. The only thing missing is your influence. Luckily, our inventory of GMC Acadia parts is here to guide you along!

    When it comes to GMC Acadia Accessories and Parts, we don't pull any punches. At CARiD.com, we understand that you desire the highest quality options at discount prices. Who doesn't? That's why we strive to make sure our entire selection of GMC Acadia accessories and parts features all the top brand names at a value you can depend on. Grilles, floor mats, grille guards, wood dash kits. whatever you're looking for, we've got you covered. Aren't you glad you found us?!

    Whether you plan to improve your vehicle's performance or simply want to add some flare to its style, we store an exhaustive collection of accessories and parts designed specifically for your vehicle. Whatever product you choose, you are guaranteed to get nothing but the premium quality, unrivaled performance, and unique style. Understanding that your vehicle deserves only the top accessories and parts, we carefully handpicked each single item. And be sure all of them are manufactured by the most reputable companies in the industry, so the quality is beyond any doubts. If you still are not sure what product to choose, you are welcome to check 200 reviews with an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars, and define what accessory or part perfectly fits both your vehicle and your pocket.



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    GMC Acadia Could be Dropped from Production
    GMC Acadia Could be Dropped from Production

    GM thinks that three SUV families is probably too much for the GMC brand. Thus, the automaker is reportedly planning to cease production of the GMC Acadia crossover at the end of its life cycle in about four years.

    According to the sources close to the matter, the Lambda-based Acadia will soon join the Saturn Outlook in oblivion, as GM wants nothing to hamper sales of the Buick Enclave, which is built on the same platform. Despite having been on sale for four years, the Enclave managed to hit the top selling record in the luxury crossover segment last year, that's why it was not hard for the Detroit automaker to choose which model to cut from production.

    The Acadia was introduced in 2006 and has been fairly popular on the US market. Under the hood, the vehicle holds GM's 3.6-liter V6 engine mated to a new fuel-efficient Hydra-Matic 6T75 six-speed automatic gearbox. Acadia is available in AWD and FWD trim levels. Being properly equipped, the vehicle can deliver towing capacity of up to 4,500 pounds.