Who says you have to drive a boring or unrefined SUV if you want to save money or haul up to eight passengers? GMC believes that you should feel good behind the wheel of a car, regardless of whether it’s a pickup or your next family vehicle. To learn more about the full-size GMC Acadia Denali crossover, keep reading.
Attention to Detail
To separate the GMC Acadia Denali from the 2013 crossover crowd, GMC restyled the interior of the Acadia Denali. The seats are now fuller and more supportive, the dashboard is now made with soft-touch materials, and the overall level of quality has increased dramatically for 2013. And in the Denali edition, luxury is essential. The tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel features mahogany wood, the perforated leather seats feature new stitching and trims, and the passenger seat is eight-way power adjustable. The information display has even been rearranged for easier and more intuitive access.
For a family SUV, one of the most important features is obviously safety. In the 2013 GMC Acadia Denali, you can get a rear-vision camera, a center-side air bag, OnStar, and side blind zone alert with cross-traffic radar technology to ensure that you have improved awareness when you’re driving.
Car-Like Ride Quality
Because the GMC Acadia Denali is built on the platform of a car, you can expect the fully-independent suspension to provide a smooth ride that’s agile enough to handle quick turns and easy parking.
Able to seat up to eight adult passengers and tow up to 5,000 pounds with its 288-horsepower V6 engine, the GMC Acadia Denali is by all means an SUV in terms of capabilities. Fold the rear seats back and you’ll experience a full 117 cubic feet of cargo capacity.
Take a spin in the 2013 GMC Acadia Denali when it becomes available later this year at Sweeney GMC of Youngstown. Click over to our website to see our current new and used car inventory, and call us at (330) 460-5983 for more information.