Ten years; a lot has happened in ten years. The current GMC Acadia has seen two presidents, and two presidential elections since it went on sale in 2006. That’s quite a long time by any standard, but it’s a testament to the full-size crossover’s success.
Based on the now-shelved Lambda platform, the current Acadia will finally move to a second generation at the 2016 North American International Auto Show. Automotive News confirmed suspicions of a 2017 GMC Acadia debut in their Detroit Auto Show Preview, and it was only a few weeks ago we spied the 2017 Acadia testing ourselves.
The 2017 Acadia will shrink in size for its next generation, allowing room for a new, full-size crossover to top off the Terrain-Acadia duo, and let the body-on-frame Yukon continue to print money.
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