GMC Acadia Vs The Competition

GMC ACADIA VS FORD EXPLORER

The GMC Acadia and Ford Explorer are both stylish SUVs with plenty of room, safety, and technology for the family, but the 2019 Explorer has an edge on performance over the 2019 Acadia. The Acadia features ample standard equipment in its base model, like heated door mirrors, stability control, Sirius XM radio, and two 12-volt power outlets. It also receives a higher fuel mileage rating than the Explorer, boasting 21 mpg in the city and 26 mpg on the highway.

Winner : GMC Acadia

GMC ACADIA VS CHEVROLET TRAVERSE

The GMC Acadia and Chevrolet Traverse are great SUV's with good seating for the family but the Traverse is a little more expensive than the Acadia. The Traverse Suv comes with a 9-Speed automatic transmission compared to the Acadia's 6-Speed automatic transmission, but the Acadia has more combined Miles Per Gallon.

Winner : GMC Acadia

GMC ACADIA VS HYUNDAI SANTA FE XL

Hyundai has really been pushing their engineering department for the last few years. What use to be odd styling is now new and somewhat refreshing. The Hyundai Santa Fe offers a 3rd row SUV at an affordable price. How does this stylish SUV compare to the GMC Acadia? When it comes to 3rd Row SUV's, shoppers usually are hauling people more than anything else. Both vehicles offer 3rd row, but space may be limited in the Santa Fe as the GMC Acadia has a bit more leg room. For long road trips space is definitely a bonus. Furthermore, the GMC Acadia has available Wi-Fi HotSpot to keep passengers Connected. The Hyundai Santa Fe gets an 18mpg city and 25mpg highway. Comparing it to the GMC, drivers can expect 21mpg city and 26mpg highway. Some would argue that the V6 performance from the Santa Fe is worth the small decrease in mpg. Good news is for those looking for more power, the GMC Acadia offers a V6 that offers 310hp versus the Santa Fe's 290hp.

Winner : GMC Acadia

GMC ACADIA VS TOYOTA HIGHLANDER

Toyota brings an available V6 that pushes a respectable 295 horsepower & 263 torque. Hat's off to the Toyota Highlander, yet the GMC Acadia brings the fun. With 310 horsepower and 271 torque, power is in the Acadia's hands. The Acadia offers a larger fuel tank as well, giving you more enjoyment of the power with fewer trips to the pump. To keep you on the road you get GMC's 5-year 60k mile roadside assistance vs Toyota's unimpressive 2-year 25k mile roadside assistance. Acadia brings more interior technology over the Highlander. With standard infotainment, available onboard wifi, Android Auto, and Apple Car Play.

Winner : GMC Acadia

GMC ACADIA VS JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE

Jeep wanted Luxury when they came out with the Grand Cherokee and you definitely are paying for it. It is priced higher than almost every comparable level to the GMC Acadia. Also you will be paying more for fuel with their Hemi V8 at 13 mpg city and 19 highway compared to Acadia's V6 at 18 mpg city and 25 highway. When it comes to engineering GMC has Jeep beat. The Grand Cherokee offers only a 5 seater configuration compared to Acadia's 5,6 or 7 seating configurations. With the available 3rd row for passengers or folded for increased cargo room the Acadia is a sure winner for utility. Safety is also rated lower on the Jeep Grand Cherokee by IIHS for Front Crash Prevention and Small Overlap Frontal Crash. Put you and more passengers in the safer vehicle.Safety, Space, and Affordable.

Winner : GMC Acadia