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All-New Holden Acadia Begins Rigourous Family Testing As Holden Expects Suvs To Make Up 35% Of Sales

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Holden’s laser-like focus on SUVs continues with real-world local testing due to commence on the all-new Acadia, set to go on sale later in 2018.

2018 GMC Acadia SLT-2 - Stylish and roomy

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The French colonized the Canadian territory way back in the 1700s, calling it "L'Acadie," derived from a Native American word for "Land of Plenty. "
In 2007, General Motors adopted the Anglisized version of the name and began building its latest mid-size crossover, calling it Acadia.

2018 Ford Explorer vs. 2018 GMC Acadia Comparison

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - 2018 Ford ExplorerStarting Price: $33,135 | Price yoursAbove Average: Stylish interior, large options list, rugged lookBelow Average: Off-road capability, third row spaceConsensus: The best-selling 3-row vehicle in the country 2018 GMC AcadiaStarting Price: $30,015 | Price yoursAbove Average: Customizability, techBelow Average: Versatility, roominessConsensus: A smaller SUV that can use more power The Ford Explorer boasts a great safety package and has multiple engine and trim options.

GMC Starts Year Strong with Popular SUVs

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The GMC brand is increasing SUV production following the strongest first quarter sales ever for the midsize Acadia and compact Terrain SUVs. GMC finished the first quarter with global SUV sales up 9. 4 percent and Terrain sales alone up 38 percent.

GM Adds Third Shift at Spring Hill Assembly to Meet Demand for GMC Acadia and Cadillac XT5

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - As a result of increased market demand for the GMC Acadia and Cadillac XT5 crossovers, General Motors announced today it would add a third production shift at its Spring Hill Manufacturing plant. The third shift is expected to begin production in September 2018.

GM to add third shift in Tennessee, plans Holden version of GMC Acadia

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - GM plans to reinstate a third shift at its assembly plant in Tennessee to meet growing demand in the United States for crossovers and add production of an all-new Holden version of the GMC Acadia.