The facelifted version of the GMC Acadia has been recently launched in the United States where the model has a base starting price set at 34, here 875 USD, link including the $825 destination charge.
The 2013 GMC Acadia facelift is coming with some extra features like the LED daytime running lights, the interior ambient lights, color touch radio with HD radio, audio controls on the steering wheel, leather wrapped steering wheel, USB port, rear park assist and more. The 2013 GMC Acadia facelift has a starting price set at 34,875 USD, including the $825 destination charge, which is actually 1,215 USD more compared to the outgoing entry-level version.
GMC says that the 2013 Acadia Denali can now be bought at 46,770 USD, shipping included, which is also more expensive compared to the same outgoing model (1,135 USD more), while the 2012 GMC Acadia SL starts at 33,660 USD, shipping included, and the 2012 GMC Acadia Denali can be bought from 45,635 USD, including the destination charge.
The “new” GMC Acadia is also more expensive than its competition like the 2013 Dodge Durango, the 2012 Mazda CX-9 Sport or the Honda Pilot, with the latter being available from 30,250 USD, the CX-9 starting at 30,520 USD and the Durango coming from 29,990 USD. All prices include a destination charge.