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GM Cuts Third Shift at Spring Hill Plant, but Not Because the Cadillac XT5 and GMC Acadia Are Tanking

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http://www.thetruthaboutcars.com - Layoffs at an assembly plant producing recently redesigned midsize crossovers? Seems an unlikely scenario.

2018 GMC Terrain Review

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http://www.motorweek.org - The 2018 GMC Terrain adds a new member to professional grade. While still a platform mate of the Chevrolet Equinox, the new Terrain looks almost totally different inside and out. The two-row crossover is less angular than before, adding an Acadia-style front fascia with LED lighting. There’s even a trendy floating rear roof design. The Terrain is tidier in size and weight… losing around 400-pounds and shrinking 3 inches… so it’s more in line with imported rivals.

2017 GMC Acadia Denali Can Take You to the Store or on 4,500-Mile Road Trip with Similar Ease

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http://www.ocweekly.com - The 2017 GMC Acadia Denanli ain't cheap—$45K MSRP. But it's worth it—and I didn't even have to use most of its features, like the four-wheel drive or the adaptive cruise control or the sun roof or moon roof. And its GPS system worked perfectly in the hollers of Kentucky, where my smartphone couldn't get any service whatsoever.

Chevrolet’s New ‘Blazer’ is Approaching Its True Form

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http://www.thetruthaboutcars.com - After numerous sightings in the wild, clothed in deceptive padding to hide the bodywork, Chevrolet’s midsize SUV is approaching its final form. Sharing a platform with the newly downsized GMC Acadia, the latest incarnation of the vehicle looks a little more like an upscale crossover and a lot less like the rugged Blazer from which

2018 GMC Acadia Review

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https://www.kbb.com - Although not as large or roomy as the first generation, the 2018 GMC Acadia crossover SUV is a better fit in today’s world, with a smaller body that is easier to maneuver and interior accommodations displaying a premium look and feel. Buyers can choose between 4- or 6-cylinder engines, front- or all-wheel drive and 5-, 6- or 7-passenger seating.

2018 GMC Acadia: What's Changed

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https://www.cars.com - Among few changes for 2018, the tire pressure monitoring system adds a fill alert that monitors how much air is pumped into a tire to prevent overfilling, and Denali models get a standard automatic heated steering wheel. The All Terrain Package for SLE and SLT trim levels is available with five, six or seven seats; it came only with five seats in 2017.