GMC. Tuesday , October 24th , 2017 - 01:30:32 AM
"Typically, a vehicle sales can be illustrated on a bell curve during its lifecycle, but the Acadia success has defied convention with impressive sustainability," said Aldred. "It a shining example of GMC momentum and were confident it will grow with the new Acadia." The strategic re-scoping of the 2017 Acadia offers customers a midsize crossover positioned between the compact Terrain and full-size Yukon. Depending on the model, it is available with five-, six- or seven-passenger seating, while offering greater maneuverability than the first-generation model.
Built on a new, lighter body structure, the 2017 Acadia driving dynamics are more responsive, while its shorter length and narrower width enable greater maneuverability, for easier turning in parking decks and easier parking in home garages. The body structure incorporates press-hardened, high-strength steels, which allowed thinner components in some areas offering comparable or better crash performance than conventional materials. They also help reduce the base curb weight by 700 pounds (318 kg), compared to the current model.
The AWD disconnect mode effectively disconnects the rear axle from the drive system to save fuel. On-demand AWD capability can be reapplied on the go by switching the drive mode selector to 4x4 mode. The new All Terrain model matches distinctive design elements with enhanced off-road-driving ability. At the heart of the GMC Acadia All Terrain capability is an advanced AWD system with Active Twin Clutch, which optimizes traction for every condition it encounters. And while it is engineered for optimal performance in wet, snowy and icy conditions, it also provides enhanced stability in dry conditions.
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