The 2024 GMC Acadia, a new generation of premium mid-size SUV, is intended to offer even more space, power, technology, and safety than its predecessor. Because of its bigger proportions, which give greater space for passengers and baggage, the Acadia is excellent for the everyday commute from Stanleytown to North York or Markham, as well as longer journeys to Richmond Hill and beyond the Greater Toronto Area. Its sumptuous interior, cutting-edge technology, and sleek, robust, and stunning design set a new standard in the SUV market.
Despite the fact that the 2024 GMC Acadia is the third generation of the midsize GMC crossover SUV, the trim levels are one part of the puzzle that delivers reassuring familiarity. The Elevation is the first of four iterations in the new Acadia family. The Elevation appears equally as impressive as it is affordable as it goes down the road in Thornhill, and it really does provide a lot of SUV for the money. The next rung up the Acadia ladder, the Premium trim, is also likely to be a popular pick because of its compelling feature set and attractive pricing. The Acadia then takes a more rugged, off-road path with the AT4 specification, featuring underbody skid plates, an extra inch of ground clearance, and an unapologetically rugged exterior style. However, if you’re looking for the most luxurious and well-equipped model, the unapologetically opulent Denali is still the top of the tree.
Despite being taller, longer, and wider than its predecessors, the engine under the hood of all four trim levels of the 2024 GMC Acadia is a little more compact than we’re used to. Many will see it as headline news that the V-6 engine has been replaced by a smaller, lighter, more economical, and considerably more modern turbocharged inline-four, which shouldn’t come as a surprise as this is where the auto industry is heading these days. This 2.5-liter turbo-four engine generates 328 horsepower and 326 lb.-ft. of torque. It’s the engine that powers all four model levels and comes standard with all-wheel drive and an eight-speed automated gearbox. However, the AT4 goes a step further thanks to its revolutionary Active Torque Control AWD system, which significantly improves the all-new third-generation Acadia’s off-road capabilities. This also allows the AT4 to tow a 5,000-pound trailer when properly equipped.
The Acadia 2024 has a dramatic, stylish new design and a luxurious interior with cutting-edge technology. A portrait-oriented 15-inch luxury GMC infotainment system display is standard on all grades, and it dominates the cabin in the way these screens are now designed to do. The infotainment screen is joined by a new standard 11-inch diagonal driver information centre to provide the driver with every piece of information they could ask for.
The 2024 Acadia has many advanced features, including up to nine camera angles on the central control panel, which significantly improves driver vision all around the vehicle. The all-new Acadia also expands the availability of Super Cruise, the auto industry’s first hands-free advanced driving assistance system available for use on nearly 600,000 km of US and Canadian roads.
To fit everything in, the new interior is roomy, to say the very least. Up to eight people can sit in three rows of seats in the 2024 Acadia. The new generation also offers 80 percent more cargo space behind the third row and 36 percent more behind the second row than its predecessor.
The 2024 GMC Acadia takes a proven model and improves almost everything, while staying loyal to its roots, and without a massive uplift in the MSRP. The standard and available technology and facilities are tailored to suit every need, and the exterior and interior elegance and luxury are even better than before. Test drive the new 2024 Acadia at Roy Foss Chevrolet Buick GMC Thornhill at 7200 Yonge Street, Thornhill, Ontario, or call (905) 886-2000 to schedule an appointment that’s convenient for you.