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$30,400
BASE MSRP
$32,000
On Styling
There isn't anything surprising about the way the 2011 GMC Acadia looks, but it's nicely dressed.
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The 2011 GMC Acadia has one of the most attractive exteriors in its class paired with a very nicely dressed, albeit conservative, interior.

On the outside, the Acadia is perhaps the best-looking of the GM large crossovers, including the Chevrolet Traverse and Buick Enclave. The more chiseled look overall—along with the prominent wheel wells—includes plenty of cues that give nod to GMC's trucks, while the slightly chunkier sheetmetal fits its role of a casual blazer—dressy, but ready to get things done.

Inside, the look is simple but also very nicely trimmed—a lower, more rounded take on the upright instrument panels in GMC trucks. The dark trims and satin-metallic finishes lend a nice touch, though up close the hard plastics are a but surprising in a vehicle of this price class.

Conclusion

There isn't anything surprising about the way the 2011 GMC Acadia looks, but it's nicely dressed.

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