2013 GMC Acadia to Start at $34,875, Denali Model at $46,770
GMC has released pricing information for the refreshed-for-2013 Acadia and the Acadia Denali; both models get four-digit price hikes. The base, front-wheel-drive Acadia starts at $34,875 (an increase of $1215 over the 2012 model), while the front-drive Denali starts at $46,770 (up $1135 from last year). But with those increases in cost, GMC also has increased standard features in the Acadia lineup.
Making up the $1215 difference in the standard Acadia is rear-park assist, a rearview camera, a USB port, LED daytime running lights, a leather-wrapped steering wheel with audio controls, and a touch-screen audio system: all of which come standard on the 2013 model. The Denali adds a power tilt-and-telescoping steering column, blind-spot monitoring, a head-up display, and cross-traffic alert as part of its 2013 refresh.
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The Chevrolet Traverse and the Buick Enclave, both of which share the Acadia’s Lambda platform and were similarly refreshed for 2013, have not been priced yet. The 2013 GMC Acadia and Acadia Denali will go on sale this fall.