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If you're in the market for a three-row SUV, the 2021 GMC Acadia may be just what you're looking for. With a powerful engine lineup, comfortable seating, and good gas mileage for the class, this mid-sized SUV is ideally suited to accommodate your family for short trips and longer drives. Here's a rundown of some of the Acadia's key features.

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Performance

The Acadia's 193-horsepower four-cylinder engine will prove more than adequate for most daily driving needs, especially if you spend a lot of your time on city roads. If you're looking for some faster acceleration or if you do a lot of highway driving, you may prefer the optional turbocharged four-cylinder engine, which can put out 230 horsepower. Alternatively, take things to the next level with the third option, which is a V-6 with 310 horsepower.

The Acadia's two more powerful engine options will be the best choice for you if you plan on doing a lot of towing. When the Acadia is properly equipped, it has a maximum towing capacity of 4,000 pounds.

Trim Levels

Apart from the off-roading AT4, there are four additional trims for the 2021 Acadia: SL, SLE, SLT, and Denali.

With a starting retail price of $29,800, the Acadia SL proves that it's possible to get a three-row SUV on a modest budget. It features cloth upholstery and the standard infotainment system. You can't upgrade to all-wheel drive in the SL, and there's also no option to choose the two more powerful engines.

In the SLE, you get captains chairs in the second row for more comfort. You also have the option of adding all-wheel drive for a cost of $3,200. To create a more luxurious interior, opt for the Driver Convenience package, which includes a power adjustable driver's seat and heated front seats.

The SLT trim adds leather upholstery to create a more upscale cabin. Additionally, you get the eight-speaker audio system and navigation system as standard. The SLT trim also gives you access to many of the Acadia's driver assistance features, such as front collision warning, front pedestrian braking, and front parking sensors. There's also an upgrade option to get heated second-row seats and a power adjustable passenger's seat.

The range-topping Denali is the one to go for if you want the powerful V-6 engine, heated and ventilated front seats, and a heated steering wheel as standard. It's also the right trim for you and your family if you want the rear-seat infotainment system, which is available as an optional add-on.

We hope our overview of the 2021 GMC Acadia has helped convince you that this is the right three-row SUV for you and your family's needs. Don't hesitate to reach out to us at Koons Woodbridge Buick GMC if you still have questions about the Acadia, or if you'd like to see the vehicles we have in our inventory. Our team of auto sales experts is looking forward to assist you through a hassle-free buying process so you can get behind the wheel of your new GMC in no time.

TECHNOLOGY

The GMC Infotainment platform includes an 8-inch screen and six-speaker audio system as standard. Additional standard features include Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, allowing your passengers to link their phones to the entertainment system. You can all stay connected wherever you go with the Acadia's wireless hotspot, five USB ports, and Bluetooth connectivity.

If you regularly travel as a family, you may want to upgrade to the rear-seat infotainment system so the kids have their own screen to use. Other optional features include an eight-speaker premium stereo, a navigation system, and wireless device charging.

This SUV's family-friendly features continue with its driver assistance technology. Teen Driver is a standard feature that allows you to restrict how the Acadia is used, such as by imposing speed limits, so that a new driver can learn more safely. There's also a rear seat reminder so you can check that everyone has their seatbelt on.

Various additional safety features can make things easier while you're on the highway or maneuvering into a parking spot. You can add a surround-view parking camera to help direct your SUV into tight parking spots. Automatic emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, and lane keep assist are also optional.

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INTERIOR & EXTERIOR FEATURES

The Acadia's standard setup seats seven people, or six if you opt for captain's chairs in the second row. The first two rows provide lots of legroom and headroom for tall passengers. If you're traveling with young children, you'll find two complete sets of LATCH connectors in the second row and single tether anchors in the third row for installing child car seats.

The Acadia offers you a range of cargo storage options depending on how much space you need. Behind the third row, you'll find 12.8 cubic feet of storage, which should suffice for daily errands and groceries. If you need to carry larger items, you can fold down the third row to access 41.7 cubic feet of cargo capacity. Open up a total of 79 cubic feet of storage by folding down the two rear rows.