The Acadia is ready for sharing paths and lanes with plenty of storage space and sleeps up to seven people Information and entertainment with touch screen with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, 4G LTE connectivity and mobile Wi-Fi available. A 193-horsepower, 3.6-liter, 3.6-liter V6 or 310-horsepower powers the front wheels through a six-speed automatic transmission where the all-wheel drive is optional. Options such as automated emergency braking and a new "backseat recall" increase the credibility of safety on the streets. The V-6 feels strong in everyday driving and the gentle transmission rarely seeks for more acceleration. You can feel the vibration in the cabin as the engine switched to its four-cylinder fuel economy mode that makes one excited about the engine power. The relatively heavy steering is pretty accurate and the body movements are well controlled for a vehicle of this size with only two drive wheels.
Acadia achieved 25 mpg in our 75 mph highway fuel economy test, which is 2 m / m better than the all-wheel drive model. The overall average of 19 miles per gallon for the Acadia Forward Race surpasses its 2-mpg glittering counterpart. The Acadia gives a tremendous performance on the track, despite the lower mass. The beat has great potential that turns into competitive performance figures. The front wheels turned a bit at the start, but the Acadia drove from zero to 60 mph from 6.2 seconds and finished the quarter mile flat in 15.0 seconds at 95 mph.