2013 GMC Acadia Priced at $34,875


The substantially refreshed 2013 GMC Acadia has a starting price of $34,875, including an $825 destination fee.

That’s a fairly substantially $1,215 increase for what is essentially a mildly refreshed vehicle. Still, you’re getting more standard equipment. For 2013, the Acadia comes in SL, SLE, SLT and Denali trim levels.

All Acadias now have a backup camera, rear parking sensors, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, HD radio, a USB port, LED daytime running lights and ambient interior lighting standard. All models also get a new 6.5-inch touch-screen radio standard.

The Acadia Denali, which is priced at $46,770, gets a power tilt/telescoping steering column, head-up display, blind spot warning system and rear-cross path detection system standard.

All versions, except for the SLE-1, get a standard driver's side inboard seat-mounted airbag.

The 2013 GMC Acadia goes on sale later this year.

2013 GMC Acadia pricing (2012 GMC Acadia pricing)

  • SL: $34,875 ($33,660)
  • SLE: $36,765 ($36,135)
  • SLT-1: $40,605 ($39,885)
  • SLT-2:  $42,025 ($40,790)
  • Denali: $46,770 ($45,635)

All prices include an $825 destination fee.

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By Colin Bird | September 12, 2012 | Comments (4)



I like how you state it's, "substantially refreshed" in the first sentence and then the next sentence state it's, "essentially a mildly refreshed vehicle"


This vehicle may be worth the price, but it seems the high sticker prices are going to limit sales to average Americans who have seen their buying power shrink in recent years. I hope somebody comes up with a family sized vehicle at a sub $20K price- maybe a four cyiinder minivan?


I hope they improved the cheap interior parts. I've rented a couple of these from Avis and although they ride good the interior quality is poor.


You can get a new 3 row Dodge Journey for under $20k.

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