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2017 GMC Acadia

New 2017 GMC Acadia See 2016

MSRP: $29,070 to $46,920
Invoice: $28,924 to $44,574

2017 GMC Acadia Limited

New 2017 GMC Acadia Limited

MSRP: $43,850 to $45,850
Invoice: $41,657 to $43,557

2016 GMC Canyon

New 2016 GMC Canyon

MSRP: $20,940 to $38,260
Invoice: $20,835 to $36,347

2016 GMC Savana 2500

New 2016 GMC Savana 2500

MSRP: $30,595 to $44,400
Invoice: $28,453 to $41,292

2016 GMC Savana 3500

New 2016 GMC Savana 3500

MSRP: $33,915 to $50,095
Invoice: $31,540 to $46,588

2017 GMC Sierra 1500

New 2017 GMC Sierra 1500 See 2016

MSRP: $28,205 to $55,605
Invoice: $26,935 to $51,990

2016 GMC Sierra 2500HD

New 2016 GMC Sierra 2500HD

MSRP: $33,535 to $57,790
Invoice: $31,522 to $53,744

2016 GMC Sierra 3500HD

New 2016 GMC Sierra 3500HD

MSRP: $34,635 to $58,125
Invoice: $32,556 to $54,056

2017 GMC Terrain

New 2017 GMC Terrain See 2016

MSRP: $24,070 to $36,025
Invoice: $23,949 to $34,223

2017 GMC Yukon

New 2017 GMC Yukon See 2016

MSRP: $48,530 to $68,965
Invoice: $45,618 to $64,827

2017 GMC Yukon XL

New 2017 GMC Yukon XL See 2016

MSRP: $51,230 to $71,665
Invoice: $48,156 to $67,365

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GMC Overview

Price Range (MSRP): $20,995 (Canyon) to $49,690 (Yukon XL 1500)

GMC is the heavy duty branch of General Motors, specializing in SUVs, pickup trucks, and other work vehicles. Its vehicles are similar to those found in other GM brands, but often feature more power and additional features.

There is a new model to be found in the GMC stable this year as they celebrate the return of the midsize Canyon. The Canyon is smaller than GMC’s full-size options debuts alongside the closely related Chevrolet Colorado. There are two engine options and two cab sizes to choose from as well.

The full-size Sierra 1500 pickup received a slew of changes last year including new exterior styling and new engines that increase both power and fuel economy.  For 2015, models with the 6.2-L V-8 get a new eight-speed transmission and a Magnetic Ride Control adaptive suspension is now optional.

For those who need more from their trucks, GMC has a pair of heavy-duty work trucks in the Sierra 2500HD and the Sierra 3500HD which have expanded cargo/towing capacity.

The five-seat Terrain compact crossover is the smallest vehicle in GMC's lineup. Like several of GMC’s other models, the Terrain gets an upgrade to its OnStar communication system, which adds Wi-Fi hotspot capability over a 4G LTE connection.

GMC’s full-size crossover, the Acadia, offers seating for seven or eight across three-rows of seats. Over the last several years, the Acadia has added optional safety technology like forward collision alerts and lane departure warnings.

The Yukon was redesigned for 2015, and the large SUV gets more vertical styling and a giant front grille. Under the hood there is a new base engine (5.3-L EcoTec3 V-8) and inside, there are upgrades to the materials and features. Seating capacity ranges from seven to nine passengers depending on seating configuration. If you need more cargo room and hauling capability, the Yukon XL 1500 may fit the bill with its 8,100 pound max towing capacity. On all Yukon variants, rear-wheel drive is standard while a four-wheel drive system is optional.

GMC also builds a line of work vans, called the Savana 1500, Savana 2500, and Savana 3500 respectively.

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