2010 GMC Acadia Values

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2010 model year changes

For 2010, the GMC Acadia receives a few minor changes. New features include Cashmere interiors, a USB port on most stereos and the availability of 20-inch chrome-clad aluminum wheels. Fog lamps and remote start are no longer included on the SL, trim levels amenities have been shuffled somewhat across the line, and the Preferred, Visibility and Convenience packages have been dropped.

Competitive comparison

Strong and attractive exterior; plenty of interior room with ample cargo capacity; family friendly; easy to drive; extensive standard features; great for on-road and severe weather conditions

Special features for 2010

The 2010 GMC Acadia is a full-size crossover that shares its basic design with the Chevrolet Traverse and Buick Enclave. It has a quiet, refined ride, a very car-like interior and a full array of luxury-oriented options. The Acadia can provide seating for up to eight, and the third-row seat is standard. The Acadia is capable of towing 4,500 pounds, and combined mileage (city and highway) is an average 19 mpg.
A crossover SUV with optional seating for up to eight passengers, the 2010 GMC Acadia is now available with a USB connection in the center console and optional 20 in. chrome-clad wheels. The Acadia is available as a FWD crossover or with AWD. A 3.6L V6 engine under the hood produces 288 hp and 270 lb-ft of torque. A six-speed automatic is the only transmission available. EPA estimated fuel economy is 17 city/24 hwy for the FWD model and 16 city/23 hwy for the AWD version.