Contributing Writer, GM-Trucks.com
In a new round of testing by IIHS, the 2018 GMC Acadia topped all domestic brands and also top-sellers the Honda Pilot and Toyota Highlander in an important passenger-side safety test. The Acadia scored Good overall on the small frontal overlap test which simulates the vehicle hitting a pole or another object with just the front corner of the vehicle. The Ford Explorer's airbags malfunctioned and the Jeep Grand Cherokee saw big cabin intrusion due to a weak crash structure. Both scored the lowest possible overall grade. The GMC Acadia joins the Kia Sorento and VW Atlas in earning the top overall score of Good.
Executive Editor, GM-Trucks.com
Two years into the new model and the GMC Acadia is more popular than ever. With that in mind, few substantial changes are coming down the line in 2019. Look for more information on a special "Black Edition" Acadia in the near future.
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Here's what's new for the 2019 GMC Acadia.
2018 Options That Have Been Retired
Exterior color (G1E) Crimson Red Tintcoat Exterior color (GGA) Black Cherry Metallic Exterior color (GJB) Mineral Metallic (QMV) 18" all-season, H-rated, blackwall tires (UJ5) LPO, Rear Sear Entertainment System
New Features, Colors & Options for 2019
Exterior color (GJI) Dark Sky Metallic Exterior color (GMU) Pepperdust Metallic Exterior color (GPJ) Red Quartz Tintcoat Exterior color (GS6) Smokey Quartz Metallic (QMX) P235/65R18 all-season blackwall tires (Q7D) 17" x 7.5" aluminum wheels with (5GV) P255/65R17 all-terrain blackwall tires (available with [GAT] All Terrain on both SLE-2 and SLT-1) (WBP) Black Edition - information to come (H2U) Jet Black interior with SLT All Terrain - information to come
Small Changes In Trim & Packaging for 2019
Driver Express-Up/Down and passenger Express-Down windows are now standard on SLE-2 and SLT-1 (were Express-Down only in 2018 model year)
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