2014 GMC Acadia Review and Interior
2014 GMC Acadia Review and Interior – GMC has released the new Acadia and will fill the middle SUV class. The 2014 GMC Acadia Interior is large enough to carry large loads or many passengers. Acadia share basic platform with the Buick’s Enclave and Chevy’s Traverse but Enclave offers cheaper price while Traverse provide more features. However if you need eight passenger seats and prefer to have spacious SUV, 2014 GMC Acadia is the best choice.
2014 GMC Acadia SUV offer comfort seats with best materials in the cabin. The instrument panel display brings the information quickly and easily. The interior comes with Climate Controls, Attractive trim accents and soft instrument panel wrap, adjustable front seat, Ambient lighting accents and head restraints.
GMC Acadia Performance Review and Safety
In the Acadia hood, you can find the 3.6L V6 engine with 288 hp and 270 of torque. A six-speed automatic transmission and front-wheel drive are standard features and all-wheel drive is optional. Acadia offers a smooth, optimum and comfort ride, thanks to a fully-independent suspension feature. StabiliTrak with traction control system helps to stay in control when maneuvering. However since it is a big SUV, you may find it difficult to park in small area or narrow road.
Side blind zone alert, head-up display, cross-traffic alert systems, lane departure warning and forward collision alert are standard safety features of GMC Acadia which give peaceful and relaxed travel. Another safety features include 7 air bags, daytime running Lamps, rear door locks for child security, tire pressure monitoring System and 4-wheel antilock with 4-wheel disc brake.
2014 GMC Acadia also achieves a 5-Star Overall Vehicle Score for safety awarded by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration for rigorous tests for crash protection and rollover safety. By the 2014 GMC Acadia Review and Interior look, it is worth to spend starting from the cheapest $34,335 for the SLE-1 to $45,945 for the GMC Acadia Denali version.