2011 GMC ACADIA
Bought it as CPO from dealer. Price was OK, but the car was originally bought and serviced from same dealer and was in mint condition. I needed a car that would seat at least 6 and tow at least 4500 lbs,.That leaves very few choices outside of the body on frame vehicles.
2009 GMC ACADIA
This Acadia has everything except navigation but I have a big Garmin that fits right in the area the gmc's navi would have been so no problem! Love the comfort of this car and it drives like a dream. Even though it is 5 yrs. old with 82,000 miles it feels brand new. I am extremely satisfied with our purchase!!
2013 GMC ACADIA
I bought it for the Chevy/GMC history we have at home. Also, because it offered three row seats and that's what I wanted. It's not a gas saver (V6) but I was aware of that.
2007 GMC ACADIA
The built in maps and directions is expensive ($200, seriously?) to update and doesn't work nearly as well as a phone app. Otherwise we really enjoy this car. I never realized how much I would like a back up camera, but it is very nice to have.
2008 GMC ACADIA
Very nice vehicle. Maintenance is extremely important, so look for vehicles with no engine repairs in the service history if buying used. That's a sure fire way to ID a properly maintained vehicle.
by C mielke
Used GMC Acadia Information
The GMC Acadia is a full-size crossover from General Motors. Introduced in the 2007 model year, the Acadia replaced several similar 7-passenger sport utilities in the General Motors lineup and has since replaced others as sub-brands were removed after the bankruptcy restructuring in 2008. The Acadia shares its platform with the Chevrolet Traverse and the Buick Enclave. The Acadia replaced the GMC Safari, Envoy, and the Pontiac Montana.
The GMC Acadia is considered the entry-level sport utility in the GMC premium brand and was the first unibody, front-wheel drive, and crossover vehicle in the GMC line. The first-generation Acadia features seating for up to eight, a large interior for the class, and both front- and all-wheel drive options. Used GMC Acadias for sale are powered by a well-mannered V6 engine and a smart six-speed transmission which combine for good fuel economy in comparison to other vehicles in the full-sized SUV segment.
In 2013, GMC updated the Acadia to the second-generation using the styling of the discontinued Saturn Outlook with a redesigned front grille and fascia. The improvements continued in the interior to give the Acadia a more contemporary, upscale appeal. Technology and other options were also upgraded for 2013.
The judicious use of high-strength steel and the lower stance of the Acadia compared to other SUVs mean that it has performed well in crash tests. Since its introduction, the GMC Acadia has steadily increased in sales numbers, with nearly 90,000 models sold in 2013. On the used market, it remains a popular vehicle for its style and luxury.
Browse 13,996 used GMC Acadias in our Used Car Listings. With vehicles dating from various years, 50% have been previously owned once, while 88% have been reported to CARFAX as never having an accident.