2019 GMC Acadia Exterior Colors
2019 GMC Acadia Exterior Colors Unlike other GMC models, the 2019 GMC Acadia is not directly related to a nameplate elsewhere in GM. Originally, it was the GMC version of the Chevrolet Traverse and the Buick Enclave, but GMC changed that with the 2017 recast of Acadia, which resulted in a shorter, narrower and lighter vehicle.
There are pros and cons in this downsizing. On the negative side, there is less loading space and rear seat for the legs. Among the most, Acadia more orderly is more agile, maneuverable and easier to park. Thanks to its loss of 700-or-si-book in Heft, a smaller 4-cylinder, less thirst for fuel, not available in the Traverse or enclave, serves as the basic engine, offering consumers a more fuel-efficient, albeit less powerful choice.
All this is a way of saying that even if Acadia is a 3-row crossover, it is really a unique choice within the GM family. It’s kind of a mini-me traverse/enclave. There is no shortage of qualified Acadia competitors, but we believe that this GMC is well worth a test drive.
A little tweaking around the edges summarizes GMC’s efforts to bring Acadia forward for 2019. A new Black Edition version for SLT versions includes 20-inch aluminum rims with black accents, black grille insert with black contour, black headlight/taillight details, Black mirror caps and roof rails Black. All-terrain gets a new wheel design available from 17 in. Throw in some new exterior colors, and there you have it.
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The smaller size than most makes it more manageable and manageable; Powerful V6; A lot of easy-to-use infotainment features; 4 fuel-saving cylinders less cargo space and third-row seating than most competitors; Safety Technology limited to top fittings; Interior quality and design not remarkable the Acadia offers two engines, both coupled to a 6-speed automatic transmission and to a front or integral traction.
The basic models use a 4-cylinder 2.5-liter, which makes 194 horsepower and 190 lb-ft of torque. This engine returns 21000 per gallon in the city, 26 mpg on the highway and 23 mpg combined with FWD. AWD is basically the same.
Drivers looking for more power can switch to a 3.6-liter V6, which delivers 310 HP and 271 lb-ft of torque. This engine returns 18 MPG city/25 MPG HWY/21 mpg combined with FWD and 17 mpg city/25 MPG HWY/20 mpg combined with AWD.
The 2019 GMC Acadia is available in six trim levels: SL, SLE-1, SLE-2, SLT-1, SLT-2 and the high-end Denali. Five-, six-and seven-passenger configurations are available. Adding 4WD to any grade increases the bottom line by $2, 000. All prices reflect the destination costs of the factory $1 195.
The SL ($30 095) consists of 17-inch alloy rims, a privacy glass, heated mirrors, a back-up camera, a proximity entry and a push-button start, a tri-zone climate control, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, a Fabric padding, OnStar emergency communications, touch interface, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, 4g LTE Wi-Fi, USB ports and a 6-speaker sound system with a multimedia player interface and auxiliary audio jack. The seats of seven passengers are standard, but the second-row captain’s chairs and the 6-passenger seats can be added.
The SLE-1 ($33 995) adds LED Daytime running lights, a spare tire, carpeted floor mats and satellite radio, while the SLE-2 ($36 395) includes 18-in alloy rims, fog lamps, roof rails, a remote ignition, an electric lift door, an 8-way driver’s seat, and a front seat. The captain’s chairs become the norm from here, with 7-passenger seats becoming the option.
Choose the SLT-1 ($39 195), and you will get a self-attenuating driver and rear-view mirror, two power front seats, leather padding, a Bose 8-speaker stereo system, improved gauges, and driver alert pack I (optional on SLE-2), which adds a blind spot surveillance, rear transverse traffic warning system, and rear parking sensors.
The All-terrain package, which can be added to SLE-2 and SLT-1, adds an improved integral traction system, slope-down CONTROL, 20-inch alloy rims (not exactly ideal for driving on “all Terrain”), black roof rails and five-passenger seats. Seats with six or seven passengers can be replaced.
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The next is the SLT-2 ($43 095), which adds the V6 engine as standard equipment, plus the 20-in wheels, a towing package, the second-row heated seats, and the driver memory configurations. It also includes the alert package II Driver, which adds a low-speed front-end collision warning with pedestrian detection and automatic emergency braking, track-guard assistance, GM Safety alert seat, automatic beams, and Front parking sensors.
At the top of the range is the Denali ($46 695), which features special-style frills, xenon headlights, a hands-free lift door, a configurable gauge cluster, heated and ventilated front seats, a power-adjustable heated steering wheel and a plus Large 8-In touch screen (optional on all except SL and SLE-1). Drivers who opt for the Denali technology Pack also get a 360-degree camera system, an adaptive speed controller and faster auto-braking at the front collision. The SLT-2 and Denali can be equipped with an optional adaptive suspension.
2019 GMC Acadia Exterior Colors
As for the choice of engine, the 2.5-liter 4-cylinder is standard on the models SL, SLE-1, SLE-2, and SLT-1. The V6 is optional in SLE-2 and SLT-1 and the standard on SLT-2 and Denali. The 2019 GMC Acadia is available in ten exterior colors:
- White Frost Tricoat
- Blue Steel Metallic
- Quick Silver Metallic
- Summit White
- Ebony Twilight Metallic
- Dark Sky Metallic
- Pepperdust Metallic
- Red Quartz Tintcoat
- Smokey Quartz Metallic
- Iridium Metallic*
*The 2019 Acadia will be available in Iridium Metallic until Fall 2018, then it will be discontinued.