2015 GMC Acadia Redesign

The 2015 GMC Acadia will come refreshed, with improved appearance and yet it will maintain its distinctive look. This crossover has pretty decent sales figures, but the new 2015 model is expected to launch the sales through the roof. The reason behind this big expectations is this new redesign. The current GMC Acadia version had its debut in 2007. The only change was made by producing the luxurious GMC Acadia Denali trim level version in 2011. This 2015 Acadia redesign will get more improvements, more publicity and hopefully more drivers ready to pay for the pleasure of the ride behind its steering wheel.



The redesign of the new 2015 GMC Acadia started at the front. It got a new grille, which contributes to the contemporary and the more powerful look the new Acadia will ooze. The new LED daytime headlights subtly add the elegance to the new Acadia appearance, along with the new front bumper. The redesigned taillights are made as a reference to the design of the Saturn Overlook large crossover, from the period when it shared the platform with Acadia. Also, the taillights are not the only change there, the rear end was completely redesigned, looking better than ever. There will be a possibility to choose from optional 18″, 19″ and 20″ alloy wheels.



The interior had no drastic redesign, since the manufacturer found out that current interior design is satisfying to the customers. This way of looking at redesign is a common practice among various automakers. That’s not the lack of care, their laziness or something like that. That’s because of their doubts whether the redesign will be good enough or will they make it worse; it’s about wondering would the change of the winning team make them lose, and the most important part if the equation – would it be worth the investments. However, they should consider that some of the customers would have a very low opinion about this. The people at GMC used the old Acadia interior for the base of the 2015 Acadia interior. They implemented some high-quality materials inside and improved passengers’ comfort. For the first time the 2015 GMC Acadia third-row and second-row seats can fold to make much larger cargo space. When it comes to the safety systems, this crossover will have a rear-view camera implemented in all trim levels. The standard and free for the first six months of usage is the General Motors OnStar system. This system can automatically make the call to an ambulance or police if needed, as well as emitting the location of your Acadia in case of theft. As an option, there will be a Side Blind Zone Alert and other systems which will make the ride more comfortable. The 2015 GMC Acadia engine options are not public yet, but we will publish the news about it as soon as we get some relevant and confident information.


The 2015 GMC Acadia release date will be by the end of July 2014. The price range is not public yet, but it won’t be much different than the price of the current model. That means the 2015 GMC Acadia will cost from slightly below $35,000 for the front-wheel drive base model, up to a little more than $48,000 for the 2015 GMC Acadia Denali all-wheel drive model.

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