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2022 GMC Acadia

The 2022 GMC Acadia is a 4-door, 5-seat Sport Utility, available in 7 trims, ranging from the SLE FWD to the Denali AWD. Upon introduction, the $34,800 SLE FWD is equipped with a standard 2.0LL, 4-cylinder, engine that achieves 22-mpg in the city and 29-mpg on the highway. an Automatic transmission is standard. The $48,600 Denali AWD is equipped with a standard 3.6LL, 6-cylinder, engine that achieves 19-mpg in the city and 26-mpg on the highway. an Automatic transmission is standard.

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If you like trucks, you’ll love this collection of new GMC pictures.

For the most part, GMC and Chevrolet trucks have been identical over the years. Although, as you’ll see in this portfolio of new GMC images, GMC models were generally outfitted more luxuriously. Nevertheless, from the outside looking in, GMC and Chevrolet trucks have always pretty much looked just alike, aside from badging and model names.

That said, there were a couple of truly distinctive high performance models unique to the GMC brand in the early 1990s. For model years 1992 and 1993, GMC offered the Typhoon two-door SUV with a 4.3-liter turbocharged V6, a self-leveling air suspension system, and all-wheel drive. The Typhoon’s pickup truck counterpart was known as the Syclone. Both were rated at 280 horsepower and 360 ft-lbs of torque. The Typhoon was clocked at 5.3 seconds from 0 to 60 and 14.1 seconds in the quarter mile.

However GMC has been about more than just trucks over the course of its history. In 1973, GMC became the first mainstream auto manufacturer to produce a motorhome. GMC built the motorhomes from the ground up, designing the front-wheel drive powertrains, chassis, bodies and interiors. The six-wheeled vehicle remained in series production until 1978.

Today’s GMC offers its trucks, vans and SUVs in dealerships that are typically paired with Buick’s to give those showrooms a truck presence. Upon reviewing this collection of new GMC photos, you'll see the luxury leanings of GMC models makes this a viable situation as well.