2017 GMC Acadia
GMC overhauls the Acadia crossover for the 2017 model year. The vehicle represents the second generation of the Acadia nameplate after the first-generation model was on the market for eight years.
Designed to offer great versatility, and refinement, as well as more advanced safety technologies, the 2017 GMC Acadia is aimed at the heart of the midsize crossover (CUV) segment.
Compared to the first generation model, which was produced from 2000-2016, the second-generation Acadia is notably smaller: the second-generation is a midsize crossover while the first-gen is a full-size CUV. As such, the Acadia now slots directly between the compact Terrain and full-size Yukon. The miniaturization, along with improvements in architecture and core technologies, results in the 2017 Acadia delivering higher efficiency, greater maneuverability, more convenience and more active safety features. In addition, the 2017 Acadia marks the return of the premium Acadia Denali, while introducing a new All Terrain model with enhanced off-road capability.
“The new Acadia captures a greater feeling of refinement, in everything from the responsive feeling behind the wheel to the way passengers interact with its intuitive features,” said Rick Spina, executive chief engineer for compact and crossover SUVs at General Motors. “It’s a vehicle that offers the functionality Acadia is known for, while delivering big advantages and balance to customers’ everyday lives.”
Following the unveiling of the 2017 Acadia, we asked readers to vote on their opinion about the new crossover. Following are the poll’s results:
GMC unveiled the 2017 Acadia on January 12th, 2016 at the 2016 North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
The new Acadia offers a greater emphasis on refinement, while remaining instantly recognizable with an evolution of the vehicle’s signature, professional grade design cues such as a chrome-trimmed grille, squared off and flared wheel arches and a wraparound rear side windows with dark D-pillars.
“It’s a confident design influenced by extensive customer input,” said Helen Emsley, executive director, Global GMC Design and User Experience. “The original Acadia was very truck-inspired, but the new model has a decidedly SUV influence conveyed in sculptural details, softened corners and a sleeker windshield angle.”
New dimensional grilles and wraparound headlamps – HID lamps on Denali and halogen projectors on other models – reinforce the confident, refined appearance, while standard LED signature lighting on all models reflect GMC’s premium attributes. Complementing C-shape rear lighting graphics add a cohesive detail to the design.
Premium cues distinguish the Acadia Denali. Like all Denali models, it features a dimensional chrome grille, along with integrated chrome side trim, chrome-accented door handles, a chrome lower-rear fascia and specific six-spoke wheels.
Inside, all Acadia trim levels feature unique interior color and trim combinations and incorporate authentic aluminum trim.
The 2017 Acadia builds on a legacy of intuitive functionality, with new features such as a split-folding second-row seat that improves on the original Smart Slide feature of the current model. It offers greater flexibility, including the capability of the curbside seat sliding and tilting forward, even with a forward-facing child seat in place, while the driver-side section tips and slides forward for easier access to the third row.
The 50/50-split third-row seat folds flat for a completely flat load floor behind the second row and when the second row is also folded, there’s 79 cubic feet (2,237 liters) of cargo room. Levers at the rear of the vehicle make it easier to fold the second- and third-row seats.
Additional solutions range from simple to technologically advanced. The rear of the center console, for example, features a unique pull-out storage drawer. It is accessible to rear-seat passengers and allows items such as electronic devices and small toys to be stored out of sight, for greater security and reduced clutter.
There’s also a new, standard rear seat alert that can remind the driver when an item may have been left in the second- and third-row seats. Additionally, all three rows offer USB charge ports for compatible electronic devices.
2017 GMC Acadia Seats
The 2017 GMC Acadia offers a single front bucket seat (RPO code AR9) in two trims and five color combinations:
The 2017 GMC Acadia offers three rear seating configurations, including:
- 7-passenger, 2-3-2 seating configuration (ABA) standard on SL and SLE-1 and available on SLE-2, SLT-1, SLT-2, and Denali
- 6-passenger, 2-2-2 seating configuration (ABB) is standard on SLE-2, SLT-1, SLT-2 and Denali, but is not available on SL or SLE-1
- 5-passenger, 2-3 seating configuration (ABD) is available exclusively on SLT-1 with All Terrain package
- Premium Cloth
- Perforated Leather-Appointed
Interior Color Combinations
Availability of interior color combinations varies by trim level. See 2017 GMC Acadia Interior Colors in Colors section.
2017 GMC Acadia Exterior Colors
The 2017 GMC Acadia is offered in eight exterior colors, according to the recently-published order guide for the vehicle. To whit, these include:
- Crimson Red Tintcoat (G1E) (extra charge; not available on SL/1SV TNH26 FWD model)
- Dark Sapphire Blue Metallic (G1M) (extra charge; not available on SL/1SV TNH26 FWD model or Denali)
- White Frost Tricoat (G1W) (extra charge; not available on SL/1SV TNH26 FWD model)
- Quicksilver Metallic (GAN) (extra charge; not available on SL/1SV TNH26 FWD model)
- Ebony Twilight Metallic (GB8) (extra charge; available with SL/1SV TNH26 FWD model and not available on All Terrain or Denali)
- Sparkling Silver Metallic (GWT) (extra charge; available with SL/1SV TNH26 FWD model and not available with with All Terrain or Denali models)
- Iridium Metallic (GXG) (extra charge; not available on SL/1SV TNH26 FWD model)
- Summer White (GAZ) (available with SL/1SV and not available on All Terrain or Denali models)
All colors are extra-charge options with the exception of Summit White. In addition, most of the extra-cost colors are not available on the base SL (1SV) model, and some aren’t available on the Acadia Denali.
To note, the first six colors are identical to six of the hues offered on the 2017 Cadillac XT5, which rides on the same C1XX platform as the new Acadia while also being built on the same line at GM’s Spring Hill plant in Tennessee.
2017 GMC Acadia Interior Colors
The 2017 GMC Acadia is offered in five interior color combinations:
- Jet Black (H1T)
- Dark Ash Gray/Light Ash Gray (H81)
- Jet Black/Kalahari (H62)
- Cocoa/Light Ash Gray (H84)
- Cocoa/Shale (H85)
|Decor Level||Seat Type||Seat Code||Seat Trim||Jet Black||Dark Ash Gray/ Light Ash Gray||Jet Black/ Kalahari||Cocoa/ Light Ash Gray||Cocoa/ Shale|
|SL (1SV)||Premium Cloth, reclining buckets with manual driver||AR9||Premium Cloth||H1T||–||–||–||–|
|SLE-1 (3SA)||Premium Cloth, reclining buckets with manual driver||AR9||Premium Cloth||H1T||H81||–||–||–|
|SLE-2 (3SB)||Premium Cloth, power reclining buckets||AR9||Premium Cloth||H1T||H81||–||–||–|
|SLT-1 (4SA)||Perforated Leather-appointed, power reclining buckets||AR9||Perforated Leather-Appointed||H0Y||–||–||H84||–|
|SLT-1 (4SA)||Perforated Leather-appointed, power reclining buckets w/(GAT)||AR9||Perforated Leather-Appointed||–||–||H62||–||–|
|SLT-2 (4SB)||Perforated Leather-appointed, power reclining seats||AR9||Perforated Leather-Appointed||H0Y||–||–||H84||–|
|Denali||Perforated Leather-appointed, power reclining seats||AR9||Perforated Leather-Appointed||H1Y||–||–||–||H85|
The new Acadia is 700 pounds lighter than the current model, which pays dividends at the gas pump. A new, 2.5L engine is standard, offering an estimated 28 mpg on the highway for FWD models (EPA estimate not yet available; estimate is based on GM testing). City fuel economy offered is GM-estimated at 22 mpg (FWD) and is bolstered by GMC’s first application of Stop/Start technology, which enhances efficiency in stop-and-go driving.
A new, available 3.6L V-6 engine is more powerful and efficient than the current model, while offering 4,000 pounds estimated trailering capability (with the available towing package). It is GM-estimated at 310 horsepower (231 kW) and 25 mpg highway (FWD models – EPA estimate not available).
Both of the Acadia’s new engines feature direct injection and variable valve timing, and both are mated to six-speed automatic transmissions and an electronically controlled drive mode selector.
The 2017 GMC Acadia is the second General Motors vehicle to ride on the automaker’s new C1XX platform (pronounced “Chi”). The architecture is directly shared with the 2017 Cadillac XT5 and an unannounced new crossover from Chevrolet.
Along with a its smaller size, the architecture enables the new Acadia to shed 700 pounds (315 kg) compared to its predecessor.
Built on a new, lighter body structure, the 2017 Acadia’s driving dynamics are more responsive, while its shorter length and narrower width enable greater maneuverability, for easier turning in parking decks and easier parking in home garages.
The new Acadia retains a front-drive layout with available all-wheel drive. All models feature a new drive mode selector, which allows the driver to alter chassis and powertrain attributes to suit a variety of driving conditions. Front-drive models offer Normal (2×4), Snow, Sport and Trailer/Tow modes, while AWD models offer 2×4 (AWD disconnect), 4×4, Sport, Off Road and Trailer/Tow modes.
The AWD disconnect mode effectively disconnects the rear axle from the drive system to save fuel. On-demand AWD capability can be reapplied on the go by switching the drive mode selector to 4×4 mode.
Additional chassis and driving dynamics features include:
- MacPherson strut front suspension
- Five-link rear suspension
- Rack-mounted electric power steering system
- Four-wheel disc brakes with Duralife rotors
- Electronic park brake
- Available electronically controlled continuous damping system
And when it comes to connectivity, the Acadia is plugged in with available phone integration technology through GMC’s available IntelliLink system. It offers support for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, making it easy to connect to some of the features smartphone users rely on most. (Vehicle user interfaces are products of Apple and Google and require a compatible smartphone and adherence to data plan rates, terms and privacy statements.)
Additionally, an available OnStar 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot provides a mobile hub for drivers and passengers to stay connected. The hotspot is on whenever the vehicle is on and comes with a three-month/three-gigabyte data trial.
An available Tow Vision Trailering system helps make hitching easier by employing a rear-vision camera, with dynamic guidelines, to help line up the Acadia’s hitch with the trailer, as well as offering views of the trailer while driving.
As a contemporary crossover designed for families on the go, the 2017 Acadia offers the latest active safety features to protect them, as well as the latest technologies to keep them connected.
The active safety features are designed to help make drivers more aware of their surroundings and potential crash situations. They are available depending on the model and include:
- New Front Pedestrian Braking
- New Low Speed Forward Automatic Braking (standard on SLT-2 and Denali)
- New Forward Automatic Braking (available on Denali)
- New Following Distance Indicator
- New IntelliBeam automatic headlamp high-beam control
- New Surround Vision camera system
- New Safety Alert Seat
- Forward Collision Alert
- Lane Keep Assist with Lane Departure Warning
- Lane Change Alert with Side Blind Zone Alert
- Front and Rear Parking Assist
GMC has confirmed that the 2017 Acadia equipped with the available towing package has an estimated trailering capability of 4,000 pounds (1,814 kilograms).
The Trailering Package (RPO code V92) includes a factory-installed hitch, 7-pin wiring harness, and a Class III hitch. The package requires the 3.6L V6 LGX engine along with the 8-inch Diagonal Touch Screen with IntelliLink (I05) and is available on the following models:
- Available on SLE-2 (3SB)
- Available on SLT-1 (4SA)
- Standard on SLT-2 (4SB)
- Standard on Denali (5SA)
This information currently not available.
The All Terrain package for the 2017 GMC Acadia matches distinctive exterior design elements with enhanced off-road-driving capability. Assigned (free-flow) RPO code GAT, the All Terrain offers the following features:
Outside, the 2017 GMC Acadia All Terrain offers:
- Body-color grille surround
- Black chrome trim
- Unique 20″ x 8″ aluminum wheels (SN9)
- Black roof rails (V59)
Inside, the 2017 Acadia All Terrain is distinguished with:
- Exclusive five-passenger seating (ABD)
- Rear air vents
- Dynamic All Terrain interior accents
- Covered storage bins in the rear cargo floor in place of a third-row seat
- Rear air vents (RAE)
- Cargo Management System (N30)
- Leather-wrapped steering wheel with audio controls (N30)
The Acadia All Terrain also features an advanced Active Twin Clutch AWD system (G99) that optimizes traction for every condition it encounters. While it is engineered for optimal performance in wet, snowy and icy conditions, it also provides enhanced stability in dry conditions.
The system also has a specific All Terrain mode in place of the Off Road mode on the drive mode selector that works with the model’s exclusive AWD system to offer enhanced hill-climb capability, while also featuring Hill Descent Control (JHD).
The 2017 GMC Acadia All Terrain SLT-1 has an MSRP of $40,040, including a $925 destination charge but excluding tax, title, license, dealer fees, and optional equipment.
An Acadia SLE All Terrain should carry a lower starting price than the higher-end Acadia SLT All Terrain.
All Terrain Cargo Package
The 2017 Acadia also offers an All Terrain Cargo Package. Offered separately from the All Terrain package as an LPO while requiring the package offers:
- Floor-mounted cargo net (WH6)
- Retractable cargo shade (VRS)
- Vertical cargo net (W2D)
The All Terrain Cargo Package requires the vehicle to be equipped with the All Terrain package.
Premium cues distinguish the Acadia Denali, including:
- Dimensional chrome grille
- Integrated chrome side trim
- Chrome-accented door handles
- Chrome lower-rear fascia
- Specific six-spoke, 20-inch wheels
2017 GMC Acadia Trim Levels
The 2017 Acadia will be available in the following six trim levels:
Those six trim levels split out into 11 model variants, when drive wheels are factored in:
- FWD SL 1SV (TNH26), not available to order at start of production
- FWD SLE-1 (TNB26)
- FWD SLE-2 (TNC26)
- FWD SLT-1 (TND26)
- FWD SLT-2 (TNE26)
- FWD Denali (TNF26)
- AWD SLE-1 (TNJ26)
- AWD SLE-2 (TNK26)
- AWD SLT-1 (TNL26)
- AWD SLT-2 (TNM26)
- AWD Denali (TNN26)
2017 GMC Acadia Pricing
On Tuesday, February 16th, 2016, GMC announced that the all-new 2017 Acadia will have a starting price of $29,995.
The base price is $1,905 less than the 2016 base model and the new Acadia offers more standard equipment, including a new IntelliLink system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility.
The lineup and starting manufacturer’s suggested retail prices (MSRPs) are as follows:
|Trim Level||Drive Wheels||Base MSRP|
|SLT All Terrain||AWD||$40,040|
The MSRPs are include the destination charge of $925, but tax, title, license, dealer fees, and optional equipment are extra.
Pricing Comparison: 2017 GMC Acadia vs. 2016 GMC Acadia
According to a pricing analysis performed by GM Authority, the Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of the 2017 GMC Acadia is between $1,725 and $3,000 less than the 2016 model across all trim levels.
Acadia Front Wheel-Drive
Front wheel-drive models are less expensive across the board, as the MSRP of:
- SL (base) is down $1,905
- SLE-1 is down $1,725
- SLT-1 is down $2,670
The range-topping 2017 Acadia Denali FWD sees a $2,970 price drop compared to the 2016 Acadia Denali.
To note, GMC has yet to release the base prices of the SLE-2 and SLT-2 trims of the 2017 Acadia.
Acadia All Wheel-Drive
All wheel-drive models are also more affordable, as the MSRP of:
- SLE-1 is down $1,725
- SLT-1 is down $1,570
Like its FWD variant, the range-topping Acadia Denali AWD also sees a $2,970 price decrease.
Like on the FWD models, GMC has yet to release the base prices of the SLE-2 and SLT-2 trims of the 2017 Acadia. In addition, the first-generation Acadia did not offer the All Terrain package, and the Acadia AWD is not offered in the base SL trim.
|Trim Level||2017 GMC Acadia||2016 GMC Acadia||+ / – 2017|
|SLT All Terrain||Not Offered||$40,040||N/A|
About The Figures
- Pricing figures represent starting Manufacturer Suggested Retail Prices (MSPR) for each trim level without additional options
- MSRP provided by GMC for the United States market
- MSRP includes $925 destination charge per vehicle
- Manufacturer incentives or rebates not included in MSRP
Download the 2017 GMC Acadia order guide (in PDF format).
The 2017 GMC Acadia goes on sale in the spring of 2016.
The 2017 GMC Acadia will be available in markets where General Motors markets the GMC brand. These include:
- North America
- United States
- Middle East
The 2017 GMC Acadia will be produced at General Motors’ Spring Hill, Tennessee, USA assembly facility, with globally-sourced parts.
While the first-generation 2009-2016 GMC Acadia lived squarely in the full-size crossover segment, GMC repositions the all-new, 2017 GMC Acadia to the midsize segment.
Compared to its predecessor, the all-new 2017 GMC Acadia is 3.5 inches narrower, 3.9 inches shorter in height, and 7.2 inches shorter in length, mostly thanks to a wheelbase that’s 6.4 inches shorter. Those dimensions enable a turning radius that’s 1.7 feet smaller than the first-gen model. But most importantly, the 2017 Acadia is a full 700 pounds, or 318 kilos, lighter than before, as enabled by GM’s regular-wheelbase C1XX platform. This means that it will be more nimble than the outgoing model while being able to attain better fuel economy.
|Vehicle||Wheelbase (in)||Length (in)||Width (in)||Height (in)||Turning Radius (ft)||Curb Weight (kg)|
|2017 GMC Acadia||112.5||193.6||75.4||68.7||38.7||3956|
|2016 GMC Acadia||118.9||200.8||78.9||72.6||40.4||4656|
|+ / – 2017 Acadia||-6.40||-7.20||-3.50||-3.90||-1.70||-700.00|
|Vehicle||Wheelbase (mm)||Length (mm)||Width (mm)||Height (mm)||Turning Radius (m)||Curb Weight (kg)|
|2017 GMC Acadia||2857||4917||1916||1745||11.8||1794|
|2016 GMC Acadia||3021||5101||2003||1844||12.3||2112|
|+ / – 2017 Acadia||-164||-184||-87||-99||-0.5||-318|
The changes in the Acadia’s exterior dimensions only tell part of the story; the other, perhaps more important part, is how the smaller exterior impacts the cabin.
What should not come as a surprise is that the smaller body also translates to a smaller interior, as nearly every interior dimension is smaller on the second-gen, 2017 Acadia compared to the first-generation model. There are two exceptions to this, however, both on the second row:
- Second row headroom remains the same between both models
- Second row legroom grows almost three inches on the 2017 Acadia
|Metric||2017 GMC Acadia||2010-2016 GMC Acadia||+ / – 2017 Acadia|
|Seating capacity:||5, 6 or 7||7 or 8||-1, -2, -3|
|First row (in /mm):||40||40.3||-0.3|
|Second row (in / mm):||39.6||39.6||0|
|Third row (in / mm):||37.2||38.4||-1.2|
|First row (in / mm):||41||41.3||-0.3|
|Second row (in / mm):||39.7||36.8||+2.9|
|Third row (in / mm):||31.1||33.2||-2.1|
|First row (in / mm):||59.4||61.6||-2.2|
|Second row (in / mm):||58.7||61.0||-2.3|
|Third row (in / mm):||54.3||57.8||-3.5|
|First row (in / mm):||55.7||58.0||-2.3|
|Second row (in / mm):||53.3||57.8||-4.5|
|Third row (in / mm):||42.9||48.3||-5.4|
|Maximum behind first row (cu ft / L):||79||116.1||-37.1|
|Maximum behind second row (cu ft / L):||41.7||70.1||-28.4|
|Maximum behind third row (cu ft / L):||12.8||24.1||-11.3|
|Metric||2017 GMC Acadia||2010-2016 GMC Acadia||+ / – 2017 Acadia|
|Seating capacity:||5, 6 or 7||7 or 8||-1, -2, -3|
|First row (in /mm):||1016||1024||-8|
|Second row (in / mm):||1006||1006||0|
|Third row (in / mm):||945||975||-30|
|First row (in / mm):||1042||1049||-7|
|Second row (in / mm):||1008||935||+73|
|Third row (in / mm):||789||843||-54|
|First row (in / mm):||1508||1565||-57|
|Second row (in / mm):||1490||1549||-59|
|Third row (in / mm):||1378||1468||-90|
|First row (in / mm):||1414||1473||-59|
|Second row (in / mm):||1355||1468||-113|
|Third row (in / mm):||1090||1227||-137|
|Maximum behind first row (cu ft / L):||2237||3288||-1051|
|Maximum behind second row (cu ft / L):||1181||1985||-804|
|Maximum behind third row (cu ft / L):||362||682||-320|
Note: headroom measurements for models without sunroof
Before we get to the more notable changes, we should say that the following two measurements are smaller, albeit in very negligible ways:
- First row headroom (down 0.3 inches)
- First row legroom (down 0.3 inches)
The largest decreases on the 2017 Acadia are in the third row and cargo area:
The third row is significantly less spacious:
- Headroom is down 1.2 inches
- Legroom is down 2.1 inches
- Shoulder room is down 3.5 inches
- Hip room is down 5.4 inches
There is also less cargo volume, which is down:
- 11.3 cubic feet behind the third row
- 28.4 cubic feet behind the second row
- 37.1 cubic feet behind the third row
And since the new Acadia is narrower, hip and shoulder room suffer as well:
Hip room is down:
- 2.3 inches in the first row
- 4.5 inches in the second row
- 5.4 inches in the third row
Shoulder room is down:
- 2.2 inches in the first row
- 2.3 inches in the second row
- 3.5 inches in the third row
All in all, there is no denying that the 2017 GMC Acadia is smaller overall than the model it replaces. But whether this new, second-generation Acadia is “too small” or the first-generation model was simply “too big” remains a judgement call.
2017 GMC Acadia Overview
|Models:||GMC Acadia / Acadia Denali / Acadia All Terrain|
|Body style:||crossover SUV|
|Driveline:||front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive|
|EPA vehicle class:||sport utility vehicle|
|Manufacturing location:||Spring Hill, Tennessee, USA|
|Key competitors:||Honda Pilot, Toyota Highlander, Ford Explorer, Jeep Grand Cherokee|
2017 GMC Acadia Powertrain
|Engine:||Ecotec 2.5L DOHC I4||3.6L V6 VVT DI|
|GM RPO Code:||LCV||LGX|
|Displacement (cu in / cc):||150 / 2457||223 / 3649|
|Bore & stroke (in / mm):||3.46 x 3.97 / 88 x 101||3.74 x 3.37 / 95 x 85.8|
|Block material:||precision sand-cast aluminum w/ cast-in-place iron bore liners||cast aluminum w/ cast-in-place iron bore liners|
|Cylinder head material:||cast aluminum||cast aluminum|
|Valvetrain:||DOHC, four valves per cylinder, continuous VVT||DOHC, four valves per cylinder, continuous VVT, Active Fuel Management|
|Fuel delivery:||high-pressure direct injection and electronic throttle control||high-pressure direct injection and electronic throttle control|
|Horsepower (hp / kW @ rpm):||194 / 145 @ 6300 (SAE certified)||310 / 231 @ 6600 (estimated)|
|Torque (lb.-ft. / Nm @ rpm):||190 / 258 @ 4400 (SAE certified)||271 / 367 @ 5000 (estimated)|
|GM-estimated fuel economy (city / hwy):||22 / 28 (FWD)||17 / 25 (FWD)|
|Transmission:||Hydra-Matic 6T50 six-speed automatic||Hydra-Matic 6T70 six-speed automatic|
2017 GMC Acadia Chassis & Suspension
|Suspension (front):||MacPherson strut; continuous damping control (Denali)|
|Suspension (rear):||Five-link independent; continuous damping control (Denali)|
|Steering type:||electric variable-effort power steering with Active Return Assist|
|Turning circle (ft / m):||38.7 / 11.8|
|Brakes:||four-wheel-disc, variable brake system with power assist; Duralife brake rotors and low-drag brake calipers|
2017 GMC Acadia Wheels & Tires
|Wheel Size & Type||Tires|
|18-inch aluminum||P235/50R18 all-season|
|20-inch aluminum||P245/40R20 all-season|
2017 GMC Acadia Exterior Dimensions
|Wheelbase (in / mm):||112.5 / 2857|
|Overall length (in / mm):||193.6 / 4917|
|Overall width (in / mm):||75.4 / 1916|
|Overall height (in / mm):||68.7 / 1745 (without mast, with roof rack)|
|Track (front) (in / mm):||64.5 / 1638|
|Track (rear) (in / mm):||64.5 / 1638|
|Curb weight (lb / kg):||3956 / 1794|
2017 GMC Acadia Interior Dimensions
|Seating capacity:||5, 6 or 7 passengers (depending on model and configuration)|
|Headroom (front) (in / mm):||40 / 1016|
|Headroom (2nd row without sunroof) (in / mm):||39.6 / 1006|
|Headroom (3rd row) (in / mm):||37.2 / 945|
|Legroom (front) (in / mm):||41 / 1042|
|Legroom (2nd row) (in / mm):||39.7 / 1008|
|Legroom (3rd row) (in / mm):||31.1 / 789|
|Shoulder room (front) (in / mm):||59.4 / 1508|
|Shoulder room (2nd row) (in / mm):||58.7 / 1490|
|Shoulder room (3rd row) (in / mm):||54.3 / 1378|
|Hip room (front) (in / mm):||55.7 / 1414|
|Hip room (2nd row) (in / mm):||53.3 / 1355|
|Hip room (3rd row) (in / mm):||42.9 / 1090|
|Cargo volume (behind third row) (cu. ft. / L):||12.8 / 362|
|Cargo volume (behind second row, third row folded) (cu. ft. / L):||41.7 /1181|
|Cargo volume (second and third rows folded) (cu. ft. / L):||79 / 2237|