The 2018 Acadia is a mid-sized crossover SUV from GMC. 2018 GMC Acadia repositioAcadia repositionedtility crossover utility in order to compete in the market more and more CUV medium size against the likes of the Ford Edge and Dodge Journey.
The 2008 Acadia has a wheelbase of 118.9 inches (3,020 mm) and front / rear track of 67,28 inches (1,709 mm). The independent front suspension is a MacPherson strut design, with a direct-acting stabilizer bar and aluminum joints. The independent rear suspension uses a linked “H” design. The steering is rack-assisted with an optional variable effort system. The 2018 GMC Acadia standards are 18-inch wheels and tires, with optional 19-inch wheels. Four-wheel disc brakes with ABS are standard.
The 2018 Acadia is GMC’s entry-level CUV and the first monohull vehicle of the brand. It is also GMC’s first front-wheel drive passenger vehicle and GMC’s first crossover utility vehicle (CUV). The Acadia must sit for eight and drive ahead or all-wheel drive. With a 2,259 kg (2,200 lb.) towing capacity, Acadia slots are located between GMC and Yukon. The Acadia is the Lambda model of the average price between Chevrolet Traverse and Enclave.
In December 2006, the entire production and sale of 2018 Acadia were temporarily halted because the engine mounts had no holes to release accumulated water as well as a problem with potentially rivets faulty on the ground charge right in front of the back door of the vehicle. The assembly process was quickly adjusted and vehicle sales at the dealership resumed a few days after the announcement.
2018 GMC Acadia Interior
The GMC Acadia 2018 has available seats for 3 rows, 7 or 8 seats. Inside, the Acadia features a more contemporary than Outlook finish, including chrome and satin nickel textures, and a wider variety of two-tone interior colors, such as ebony and light titanium fabric upholstery ( gray) and ebony, light upholstery in titanium (gray) or brick (brown) leather. A screen similar to that found in Cadillac XLR, Cadillac STS, Pontiac Grand Prix, Pontiac Aztek, Pontiac Bonneville, Buick Park Avenue and Chevrolet Corvette is one of the exclusive options available at Acadia and Acadia Denali. far.
2018 GMC Acadia Engine
Acadia is using GM’s V6 LY7 High Feature introduced in the Cadillac CTS. In the Acadia, the engine produced 275 horsepower (205 kW) and 258 lb-ft (350 N⋅m) of torque. The Acadia also uses the new GM-Ford 6-speed automatic transmission. The 2009 model year engine was the direct injection LLT, producing 288 hp (215 kW) and 270 lb-ft (366 N.m) of torque.
The 2012 Acadia has a 3.6L V6 engine that produces a torque of 288 hp (215 kW) and 270 lb-ft (366 N⋅m). The 2017 Acadia Limited has a 3.6L V6 engine that produces 310 hp (231 kW) and 271 lb-ft (367 Nm) of torque.
2018 GMC Acadia Safety
A unibody construction helps lower the center of gravity, compared to previous GM truck SUVs, reducing the risk of rollover accidents. Much of Acadia’s structure is reinforced with high-strength steel, including a steel cross-bar welded to the ground between the B-pillars.
The Acadia has six different airbags fitted into the vehicle; two front two-level front airbags for the driver and front passenger, two side-mounted side-seat airbags and two side airbags on the head covering the three rows of air seats Like the Volvo XC90, the Acadia will have an Onboard detection system that will deploy multiple airbags if a rollover is detected. In addition, the 2018 GMC Acadia comes standard with the OnStar system.