What are the new GMC Acadia models for 2011?

The big news for 2011 is the addition of a Denali model to the Acadia lineup. The Acadia Denali includes a chrome honeycomb grille, monochromatic exterior trim, HID headlamps, unique interior trim and a long list of standard features.

Are there any changes to the 2011 GMC Canyon?

There are only marginal changes for the 2011 GMC Canyon, including the availability of the latest generation of OnStar — GM’s in-truck information and telecommunications service — Bluetooth wireless cell phone integration and redesigned front-seat headrests.

Where does the GMC Acadia rank in SUVs?

The 2011 GMC Acadia’s #19 ranking is based on its score within the 2011 Affordable Midsize SUVs category. Currently the GMC Acadia has a score of 7.5 out of 10, which is based on our evaluation of 82 pieces of research and data elements using various sources. #19 in 2011 Affordable Midsize SUVs #25 in 2011 Affordable Crossover SUVs

What’s the tow rating on a GMC Acadia?

If you are one of the few drivers who travel off-road in your SUV, the 2011 GMC Acadia may not be for you. Its available all-wheel-drive system is designed to enhance traction during on-road driving, not during off-highway adventures. A maximum tow rating of 5,200 pounds may also be a deterrent.

What kind of safety does a GMC Acadia have?

Acadias built after January 2011 are Insurance Institute for Highway Safety Top Safety Picks, meaning they scored the institute’s highest rating “Good” in all four crash tests the institute performs: front, side, rollover and rear, and have standard electronic stability systems. The Acadia is predicted to have worse than average reliability.

How many people can fit in a GMC Acadia?

The Acadia Denali can seat up to eight people with the addition of a no-cost second-row bench, which would make for a lot of upset tiny people. It’s worth noting that the third row seat is smaller and has less room than the second row. It’s the norm to offer very limited room in a vehicle’s third row of seats, and the Acadia is no exception.

Who are the competitors for the GMC Acadia?

The Acadia’s competitors include the Honda Pilot, Toyota Highlander, Subaru Tribeca and the Ford Flex.