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2015 GMC Acadia Lease

$2709 Due at Signing

(Excludes tax, title, license and registration fees. Includes 1st month payment.)

MSRP $34,335

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Payment Breakdown: GMC is offering a lease of a Acadia SLE-1 to customers who qualify. Not all lessees will qualify. Higher lease rates apply for lessees with lower credit ratings. Dealer contribution may vary and could affect actual lease payment. For only $299 per month you can drive off in this roomy 8 passenger crossover. The lease term is 39 months. Over that span you will pay $11,661 in lease payments and an additional $2,410 due at lease signing. The total cost of of the lease is $14,071 (tax, license, title, fees, registration and documentation are additional).

Mileage: With this GMC Acadia SLE-1 lease you are granted a total of 39,000 miles. Mileage driven over the allotted amount will cost you an additional $0.25 per mile. So if you drove 1000 miles over the 39,000 allotted you would be responsible for an additional $250 at the end of the lease.

End of Lease: Once your lease is up GMC is offering the option to purchase the Acadia SLE-1 at a predetermined price set by the dealer. If you do not wish to purchase the Acadia simply return the vehicle to the dealer. Excess wear and tear and mileage over the allotted amount will be billed extra.

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This is definitely a well-equipped SUV. Moreover, it is difficult to find anything that is missing. It is also very difficult to criticize the volume of the cabin. It can seat seven adults easily. Surprisingly, even the third row provides adequate clearance and access is still easy with second-row seats that move easily. And these positive comments are continued at the chest that is designed to provide a seamless volume, even when all three rows are in place, which is rare with other SUVs. But things go wrong a little one begins to examine the quality of the materials forming the interior. The cheap plastic used has no place in a supposedly high-end car and the dashboard does not give the impression of sitting in something exclusive. In this game, the Buick Enclave offers much better, and other SUV (BMW X5, Audi Q7, Jeep Grand Cherokee, etc.)
GMC offers several years a Denali version of some of their large SUVs. For the Acadia, it’s a first. But the extra money required, is it worth the trouble? That’s why a lease is right. GM offers three separate vehicles with the same format. In terms of luxury and comfort, they offer some differences to rank them in order. First, we find the Chevrolet Traverse, GMC Acadia and then comes and finally, the Buick Enclave that wants the ultimate in terms of prestige with a neater finish. By cons, regardless of the vehicle and the version chosen, it is always this big SUV which offers remarkable versatility, which can accommodate between 7 and 8 passengers.

The powertrain is exactly the same for all vehicles, a 3.6-liter V6 producing 288 hp and now 270 lb-ft, all connected to a six-speed automatic transmission. AWD is the options menu. So if these vehicles are similar, how can I find a difference between a $ 25 000 standard and the latest version available at GMC Denali? Denali! What is that? GMC offers many years a Denali version of some of their large SUVs. For the Acadia is a first. Denali vehicles generally offer unique visual touches and a greater level of luxury and superior equipment. With the Acadia, we see the differences quite easily with the 20-inch wheels, dual rear exhaust, the unique front grilles, roof-opening double, three-zone air conditioning, display “heads-up” in the windshield, heated front seats and chilled, and more.

with a weight of about 2250 kg, one would expect to find a V8 under the hood (or a turbocharged V6) to provide sufficient torque for such a mass. But with the new industry standards, the V8 is now rare because they showed a fuel consumption too high. The V6 found in the vehicle is modern and provides adequate performance. The problem lies rather on visits to the pump. I know that our trial was conducted in winter weather but still, I did not expect to get average consumption so bad. While the Buick Enclave in 2009 we tried had provided an average consumption of about 13 liters / 100km, the Acadia Denali has completed the two-week trial with a lackluster 16-liters per 100km. Even on the motorway at 115 km / h, I could not bring down consumption under 12 liters. At $ 1.35 a liter, round-trip between Ottawa and Quebec is rather expensive. These figures are comparable to the V8 engine used in some other SUVs. test car liked:

impressive interior volume
comfort of the passenger
proper engine
safe driving behavior
standard equipment flawless
Test car has less liked:

high fuel consumption
difficult to justify price
cheap materials
inappropriate transmission (constant retrograde)
I can not rationalize the purchase of this vehicle. The Denali test showed a price of $ 63 000, slightly more than $ 25 000 higher than the basic version of the Acadia offers however the same main mechanical components. For this price you can afford much more distinctive European vehicles. Even at GM, you can do better with the Buick Enclave. So please, do not waste your time with this version Denali.

Technical Data Sheet (Acadia Denali)

Vehicle category: SUV
Seating 7
Number of doors 4
PriceRange $ 57,895 – $ 63,595
Price as Tested $ 63 595
Delivery and $ 1 395
Type V6
Displacement 3.6 liters
Horsepower (hp @ rpm / min) 288 hp.
Acceleration 0-100 km / h 8.1 sec.
Torque (lb.ft @ rpm / min) 270 lb.ft @ 3400 rev / min
Automatic transmission (number of reports) 6
Anti-lock brakes Yes
Size of tires 20 inches
Wheel size 255/55
Front air bags 2
Side Airbags 2
Side Curtains 4
Traction Yes
Stability Control Yes
Upholstery Leather
Heated Seats Yes
Air-conditioner Yes
Cruise Control Yes
Locks Yes
Remote keyless entry Yes
Power Windows Yes
Tilt Yes
Telescopic steering wheel Not
AM / FM radio with multi DC Yes
MP3 capability Yes
Connecting auxiliary Yes
Average during the test 16.0 l/100km
Length 5098 mm
Width 1 986 mm
Height 1 775 mm
Wheelbase 3020 mm
Ground Clearance 189 mm
Curb Weight 2 260 kg
Cargo 683 L
Maximum Trunk 3282 L
Towing capacity 2 360 kg
WARRANTIES (years / km)
General 3 years / 60 000km
Roadside Assistance Yes