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2017 Toyota Highlander Sends Acadia Running To Hide

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Providing that you can live with all the chrome that the GMC Acadia has to offer then you are not going to regret buying the SUV. But what about when you also have the 2017 Toyota Highlander to consider?

The Toyota Highlander comes with the 2.7 litre inline 4 engine and this offers up around 185 horses and 184 of torque with the six speed automatic transmission. The engine offers around 25mpg when travelling on the highway and around 20mpg when in the city. The Highlander offers features such as glass breakage sensor, emergency brake assistance and dusk sensing headlights.

The GMC Acadia offers the 2.5 litre I-4 engine and this gives about 190 horses and 190 torque. The engine comes with the six speed automatic gearing and you should be able to get about 21mpg when in the city and 26mph out on the highway. It comes with an 8 inch display and dual skyscape sunroof.

You can pick up the GMC Acadia for $29, 995 and the Toyota Highlander comes in at $40, 288.

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1 Comment

  1. Hollis Yates

    September 20, 2016 at 10:05 am

    The Acadia is much more aesthetic looking and has many more features depending on how it’s equipped!
    The GMC Acadia is turning out more horsepower and torque with less CID! And better in town gas mileage and better highway gas mileage too! As compared, the GMC Acadia is a clear winner! The GMC shows to be $11,000 LESS MONEY!!!