GMC Acadia is trying to bridge the brand’s gap between their big & biggest SUVs and it does it quite well, to be honest. Some people buy vehicles just for their utility value and the Acadia is something tailor-made for such a crowd, and for those who still haven't given in to a minivan. This GMC SUV has a unibody construction and that makes it more agile and less heavy, unlike some other GMC offerings.
Considering the crossover SUVs are now becoming a new norm, everyone out there wants a share of that success as SUVs like Chevrolet Traverse, Ford Explorer, and Mazda CX-9 are right on Acadia's toes. The 2012 Acadia starts from a price of $32,835 for the base model with an FWD drivetrain and goes all the way up to $46,810 for the top-end fully loaded trim with an AWD setup.