2015 GMC Acadia Values

Select a 2015 GMC Acadia trim level

2015 model year changes

The GMC Acadia gets a couple of new options for 2015. A heated steering wheel is now available and comes standard on the Denali edition. New 20-inch wheels are also optional along with a few new color choices for 2015.

Competitive comparison

Room for eight passengers; able handling; attractive styling, available all-wheel drive; lots of cargo space; ample standard features; luxury Denali model

Special features for 2015

The GMC Acadia full-size crossover offers an alternative to the minivan for families looking for a safe, stylish, people-carrier. Available all-wheel drive means that weather won't prevent the occasional side trip, either. When held up to the Acadia's competitors-- the Dodge Durango, Honda Pilot and Toyota Highlander, the Acadia meets or beats them by equipment and interior room, the Acadia wins by offering a higher level of available luxury in the Denali.
It’s not just about the crossover being a smaller car that is more compact, easier to park and that gets better gas mileage than SUVs these days. Rather, it’s about them also offering the roominess of the third-row, the stylishness of their larger SUV cousins, and the creature comforts of an amenity-rich cabin. The GMC Acadia fits the bill for all of these prerequisites while offering a mid-range price tag. Choose from three trims: SLE, SLT and Denali, with several sub-trims in between. Note the comfy front captain’s chairs, standard 18” wheels, auto-headlights, backup camera with parking sensors, OnStar, 6.5” touchscreen with Bluetooth, six-speaker sound system and standard USB charging ports that complement the spacious and luxurious as well as roomy interior. Upgraded trims add the convenience and comfort of leather seating, powered front seats, voice control, remote start, chrome wheels and panoramic sunroof. Front impact airbags and side curtain airbags merge with traction and stability control to offer a desirable safety rating. The Acadia is powered by a 3.6-liter V6 engine that makes 288 horsepower at 270 pound-feet of torque, assuredly enough to climb steeps hills on that camping trip or to safely get you out of the merge lane when entering the freeway. Consider increasing the standard 3-year/36,000 mile warranty to better protect your investment.