GMC has thrown caution to the wind by going berserk with the latest model of its seven-seat SUV

GMC has unveiled the facelifted Acadia. Although we all expected just a few tweaks to the body and the cabin, GMC actually packed the Acadia with more than that. The 2020 GMC Acadia is now available with a new turbocharged engine, new technology, and a host of other features. Hell, the company has even launched a new trim level for the 2020 model year. Is GMC giving the Acadia a major push to capture a bigger market share from one of the fiercest segments?

2020 GMC Acadia Exterior

  • C-shaped LEDs from GMC trucks
  • New grille
  • New AT4 trim
  • Turn indicators now on the wing mirrors
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GMC is trying to make that squared-jaw grille a common face across models. I think it looks quite good on the big vehicles, but the Acadia is a different story. The Acadia now comes with C-shaped LED headlamps, which gel well with the chrome grille. The hood has gotten beefier, thanks to the sharp, muscular creases. The headlamp housing also receives chrome treatment on the border. For someone like me who absolutely hates blingy chrome, GMC has introduced the AT4 trim.

The AT4 is offered with a black chrome finished grille and slightly more aggressive styling bits in the front.

This makes the 2020 Acadia the first utility vehicle in the company’s portfolio to feature an off-road trim.

The squared-off wheel arches complement the boxy theme of the SUV, giving it a butch, truck-like look. It rides on 17-inch wheels as standard, while the AT4 trim is available with 20-inch wheels as an option. The black plastic cladding makes sure the metal body remains intact when you decide to get adventurous, and the LED turn indicators are now neatly integrated into the wing mirrors.

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GMC has tweaked the taillights around back as well.

The rectangular exhaust pipes have replaced the circular smoke pipes from last year's model while the strip connecting the taillights, the reflectors, and the number plate remain the same.

The last difference is the shark fin antenna replacing the antenna stick. All-in-all, these subtle changes make the Acadia a much smarter-looking SUV than the outgoing model.

2020 GMC Acadia - exterior dimensions

Wheelbase (in. / mm): 112.5 / 2858
Overall Length (in. / mm): 193.6 / 4917
Overall Width (in. / mm): 75.4 / 1915
Overall Height (in. / mm): 66 / 1676 (w/o luggage rack)
Track (in. mm): 64.5 / 1638 (front) 64.5 / 1638 (rear)
Ground Clearance (in. / mm): 7.2 / 183

2020 GMC Acadia Interior

  • More storage spaces
  • USB-C type ports
  • Denali trim feels posh
  • Cramped third row
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The cabin layout is the same as the outgoing model with a few exceptions here and there. The new Electronic Precision Shift that replaces the shift lever has freed up things a little bit. Basically, you just get an extra cupholder. The console, otherwise, looks very pleasing. Some may find it to have a little too many buttons all around, and the new shifter does add to the clutter. Overall, the automaker has used soft-touch materials in the cabin that seem to be of good quality and will last long.

The top-of-the-line Denali trim comes with a unique interior color scheme with new, open-pore wood decor.

The front seats have enough cushioning to keep you comfortable even on long drives, but what makes these seats even better is the extra under-thigh support. Its a boon for tall drivers with a relaxed, laid-back driving position. The second row is a little tight, but things are not that bad. The second-row is offered with captain chairs in most trims, so things are hunky-dory. But, if you opt for the bench instead, you will feel the dearth of space. The Acadia feels a little congested if you have three people sitting in the middle row. Talking about the third row, it is almost non-existent. It feels like GMC scooped a little space from the second row, a little from the cargo, and installed two punishment seats. Because of this, all three dimensions are adversely affected. The cargo space is negligible at 12.8 cubic-feet with the third row in place.

First row 2nd row 3rd row
Headroom (in / mm): 40.3 / 1024 (without sunroof) 39.6 / 1006 (without sunroof) 37.2 / 945 (without sunroof)
Legroom (in. / mm): 41 / 1041 39.7 / 1008 31.1 / 790
Shoulder Room (in. / mm): 59.4 / 1509 58.7 / 1491 54.3 / 1379
Hip Room (in. / mm): 55.7 / 1415 53.3 / 1354 42.9 / 1090

2020 GMC Acadia Technology

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The 2020 Acadia benefits from the latest GMC infotainment system that offers greater versatility and personalization.

This eight-inch touchscreen incorporates features like voice recognition, navigation, and climate settings.

It is highly customizable, and you can create up to four profiles that can be assigned to the Acadia’s key fobs. It will automatically reset the preferences for the incoming driver. Pretty neat, huh? As for the navigation, you will have to subscribe to the Connected Services.

Additional features include -

  • New Head-Up Display
  • Hands-Free Power Liftgate
  • 15-Watt Wireless Charging
  • High Definition Rear Vision Digital Camera
  • Five USB Ports including two USB-C charging ports

2020 GMC Acadia Drivetrain

  • New 2.0-liter, turbocharged engine
  • Three engine options to choose from
  • Nine-speed automatic gearbox
  • Electronic shifter replaces the gear lever
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GMC has introduced a new 2.0-liter, four-cylinder turbocharged engine to the Acadia's lineup.

This new engine makes 230 ponies and 258 pound-feet of torque. It will side along with the existing engines that have been carried over from the 2019 model. Customers always felt a vacuum between its two existing engines. While the 2.5-liter, four-cylinder engine was alright for urban commutes and lazy highway drives, the 193 horses and 188 pound-feet of torque lacked the punch that one would occasionally crave for. Of course, the 3.6-liter, V-6 engine that produces 310 horses and 271 pound-feet of torque was present to calm the adrenaline rush, but it took a hit on the mileage and was perhaps a little too much for a family hauler. This new engine, however, mixes the best of both the engines. Are you driving alone on a straight-as-an-arrow highway and want to floor the pedal with a push-back-into-the-seat feeling? Check! Don’t want your SUV to run out of breath when climbing an incline with seven people on board? Check! The new engine also comes with a twin-scroll turbocharger to extract maximum performance by gathering exhaust from a pair of cylinders in alternating sequence. It also features an Active Fuel Management system that basically deactivates two of the engine’s cylidners in light load conditions to optimize fuel efficiency. There is an eBoost brake system present as well

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GMC has replaced the All Terrain trim with the more capable AT4 trim. The AT4 is offered with a slightly different all-wheel-drive system that includes a twin-clutch setup with torque-vectoring.

The AT4 is plonked with the 3.6-liter engine, while the new engine finds itself canoodling in the SLT and Denali trims.

The 2.5-liter mill is used in the base SLE trim. GMC claims to have re-tuned the suspension on all the trims for better ride and handling, which we will know once we test the car.

Regardless of your engine choice, GMC will shove a nine-speed automatic transmission in your Acadia, replacing the six-speed gearbox from the previous model. However, the automaker has ditched the gear lever inside the cabin in favor of an electronic shifter. Not sure how well this goes with even the general folks, let alone the purists. This set of buttons and triggers is shared with the Terrain and does free up the space between the seats. We hope the Acadia collected enough responses from consumer testing to go ahead with this arrangement because when it was spotted in Acadia’s sibling, it received a mixed reaction.

Type: 2.0L Turbocharged I4 DOHC with direct injection and Active Fuel Management 2.5L I-4 DOHC VVT with Direct Injection 3.6L V-6 DOHC VVT with Direct Injection
Bore & Stroke (in. / mm): 3.26 x 3.63 / 83 x 92.3 3.46 x 3.97 / 88 x 101 3.74 x 3.37 / 95 x 85.8
Block Material: Cast aluminum Lost foam cast aluminum Cast aluminum w/ cast-in-place iron bore liners
Cylinder Head Material: Cast aluminum Lost foam cast aluminum Cast aluminum
Valvetrain: Dual overhead camshafts, four valves per cylinder with tripower system DOHC iVLC, four valves per cylinder, continuously variable valve timing Dual-overhead camshafts, four valves per cylinder, continuous variable valve timing
Fuel Delivery: Direct injection with electronic throttle control High-pressure direct injection and electronic throtle control Direct, high-pressure fuel injection with electronic throttle control
Horsepower (hp / kW @ rpm): 230 / 172 @ 5000 (GMC estimated) 193 / 143 @ 6300 (SAE certified) 310 / 231 @ 6600 (est.)
Torque (lb.-ft. / Nm): 258 / 350 @ 1500-4000 (GMC estimated) 188 / 255 @ 4400 (SAE certified) 271 / 373 @ 5000 (est.)
Transmission Hydra-Matic 9T65 nine-speed automatic Hydra-Matic 9T65 nine-speed automatic Hydra-Matic 9T65 nine-speed automatic

2020 GMC Acadia Pricing

The price for the 2020 GMC Acadia as not been revealed as of the time of this writing. The 2019 Acadia began at $31,000, so we speculate an increase of $1,000 for the base trim, while the top-of-the-line Denali trim could touch the $50,000 figure.

2020 GMC Acadia Competition

Volkswagen Atlas

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The newest kid on the block has actually managed to garner a lot of success within a couple years of its inception. The Volkswagen Atlas an all-around package with equal bits of features, comfort, space, and performance. This makes the SUV have a larger customer base and a wide target market. The Atlas does not look small from any angle. It knows its bulky and does not bother to hide its immense size.

Before we digress, let me say that this is one of the very few SUVs that has an actual, usable third row and decent cargo space with all seats upright. The seats are supremely comfortable and offer sufficient legroom and shoulder room all around. However, Volkswagen has killed the buzz with its below-par material quality. Not that the quality is bad, but we expect a lot more from Volkswagen. The top-trim is offered with an eight-inch touchscreen infotainment system that supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The best thing, like every other Volkswagen, is the option to choose from the plethora of trim levels. Other features include:

  • Heated Front Seats
  • USB Charging Ports
  • Keyless Ignition
  • Three-zone Automatic Climate Control
  • Panoramic Moonroof
  • Leather Seats
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The Volkswagen Atlas is available with one of two engine options - a 2.0-liter, four-cylinder that churns out 235 horses and 258 pound-feet of torque or a 3.6-liter, V-6 engine that puts out 276 horses and 266 pound-feet of torque. The former is available only with front-wheel drive. Although ride and handling are quite good for a vehicle of this size, the engines are a letdown, to say the least. Despite decent on-paper specs, the engines cannot overcome the curb weight of the Atlas. Had it not been for the capable eight-speed automatic transmission, the Atlas would have been a bummer. It is a good urban commuter, but a lazy highway driver. Couple the 4,500-pound body with seven passengers and a week-load of luggage, and the Atlas will gasp for breath. Not to mention the fact that the V-6 is a guzzler.

Engine 2.0-liter, four-cylinder turbocharged / 3.6-liter V-6
Power 235 / 276 horses
Torque 258 / 266 pound-feet
Transmission Eight-speed automatic gearbox
Towing Capacity 2,000 / 5,000 pounds
Wheelbase 117.3 inches
Mileage (Combined) 24 / 19 mpg
Cargo Space 20.6 / 55.5 / 97 cubic-feet
Price $31,000 onwards

Read our full review on the 2018 Volkswagen Atlas

Toyota Highlander

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The Highlander is a veteran and knows how to cater to the highly volatile market. After spending 18 years in the segment and transforming from a mid-size SUV to a three-row family hauler, the Highlander, today, is one of the most versatile SUVs on the market. Despite being around for a very long time, the Highlander does not look dated on the outside. The SUV is proportionate from all angles and will probably continue to age gracefully.

The Highlander’s USP is its comfortable and practical cabin. The front seats are soft and supportive even for long highway drives. The second row is equally spacious, and you can either choose the Captain seats or a flat bench. Both configurations provide equal comfort with good legroom and headroom. Unlike the Volkswagen Atlas, the third-row is best suited for kids or adults for short rides. Ingress and egress to the third row is cumbersome, so expect it to be used to haul luggage or be flipped down most of the time. The cargo area is not very spacious either. However, the Toyota Highlander is one of the safest seven-seater SUVs out there on the market today.

With the exception of the entry-level trim, the Highlander is offered with an eight-inch touchscreen infotainment system. Other features include -

  • Power-Adjustable Front Seats
  • Three-Zone Automatic Climate Control
  • Heated Front Seats
  • Moonroof
  • Navigation
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The Highlander is offered with three engine options - a 2.7-liter, four-cylinder mill, a 3.5-liter, V-6, and a hybrid that uses the latter. The four-banger makes 185 horses and 184 pound-feet of torque, while the V-6 produces 295 ponies and 263 pound-feet of torque. The hybrid, on the other hand, churns out 306 horses. The overall ride quality is just about okay, but things are not pretty in the so-called "sporty" SE trim that has tightened suspension.

Engine 2.7-liter-four-cylinder / 3.5-liter, V-6 / 3.5-liter, V-6 mated to a battery and two electric motors
Power 185 / 295 / 306 horses
Torque 184 / 263 / 215 pound-feet
Transmission Six-speed / Eight-speed automatic gearbox
Towing Capacity 1,500 / 5,000 / 3,500 pounds
Wheelbase 109.8 inches
Mileage (Combined) 22 / 23 / 28
Cargo Space 13.8 / 42.3 / 83.7 cubic-feet
Price $31,500 onwards

Read our full review on the 2018 Toyota Highlander

Final Thoughts

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The 2020 GMC Acadia is certainly a much-better package compare to its predecessor. The 2020 model looks more in line with the other GMC products, offers better technology, and the best of all, features a new, potent engine. The seven-seater SUV might finally be on the brink of a breakthrough and could turn out to be one of the strongest competitors in its segment. The 2020 GMC Acadia should hit showrooms in the fall of 2019 and will be built in GM’s Spring Hill, Tennessee, assembly plant.

  • Leave it
    • Electronic shifter instead of the gear lever may not appeal to everyone
    • Third row is best suited for people you hate
    • A cluttered cabin in the age of no-buttons

Further reading

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Read our full review on the 2019 GMC Acadia.

Smarter technologies in the 2020 GMC Acadia, including a new available turbo engine and the latest GMC infotainment system1, along with a fresh look, offer greater versatility for customers on the go. The lineup includes SLE, SLT, an all-new AT4 trim and GMC’s flagship Denali, with available seating arrangements for five, six or seven passengers, depending on the model.

“The 2020 Acadia is stylish, functional and capable with more of the smart convenience and connectivity features that customers rely on every day,” said Duncan Aldred, vice president of Global GMC. “And with GMC’s signature refinement at its core, the new Acadia advances the brand’s commitment to offering premium vehicles for discerning crossover customers.”

Design and technology enhancements on the new Acadia include:

Bolder exterior design with standard LED lighting and signature GMC C-shape lighting, complemented with interior refinements.
Introduction of the first-ever Acadia AT4 with more aggressive exterior styling and darkened finishes.
New available 2.0L turbocharged engine that uses an innovative tripower valvetrain and dual-scroll turbocharging technologies to help optimize performance and efficiency in all driving conditions.
New nine-speed automatic transmission developed to provide a greater balance of performance and efficiency, along with enhanced refinement.
New Electronic Precision Shift that replaces the conventional shifter with an electronic control that frees up interior room, including a more versatile center console with greater storage space.
Enhanced GMC infotainment system that is more intelligent and intuitive, offering new features designed to help improve the user experience and offer more personalization.
New Head-up Display (late availability).
“With technological enhancements at your fingertips and under the hood, the 2020 Acadia is an intelligent crossover that elevates the driving and passenger experiences on all fronts,” said Aldred. “That makes it a smart choice all around.”

Design and refinement

At a glance, the ’20 Acadia distinguishes itself with a new grille, new front and rear fascias and GMC’s signature C-shaped lighting.

An all-new Acadia AT4 expands the reach of GMC’s newest sub-brand. Its bold styling cues, including a black chrome-accented grille, add a rugged, off-road-inspired design to the Acadia range. A 3.6L V-6 engine producing 310 hp and 271 lb-ft of torque and a twin clutch AWD system are standard to the AT4. Unique 17-inch wheels and all-terrain tires are also standard, with 20-inch wheels available.

Additional design and refinement enhancements for the 2020 Acadia include:

New 18- and 20-inch wheel designs depending on the trim.
Outside mirrors with integrated LED turn signals (power-folding feature standard on Denali and available on SLT trim).
Hands-free power liftgate with GMC logo projection standard on SLT, AT4 and Denali.
Redesigned center console with enhanced storage space.
Unique Denali interior color scheme with new, open-pore wood decor.
Innovative engine technology

A new 2.0L Turbo engine is standard on SLT and Denali models, expanding the Acadia’s propulsion choices for customers and adding a new dimension to its performance.

It leverages GM’s innovative tripower valvetrain technology to vary valve lift across the rpm band, optimizing performance for varied driving demands:

High valve lift for maximum power.
Low valve lift for a greater balance of power and efficiency.
Active Fuel Management (cylinder deactivation) disables two of the cylinders in light load conditions to optimize efficiency.
The tripower valvetrain complements the turbocharging system to make the most of the engine’s available power at all speeds. The turbo is a dual-scroll design developed to enhance low-speed torque delivery. Peak torque is available from 1,500 to 4,000 rpm, for an exceptional feeling of responsiveness.

The engine is rated at a GMC-estimated 230 horsepower (172 kW) and 258 lb-ft of torque (350 Nm).

Both the proven 2.5L I-4 and the 3.6L V-6 engines remain standard or optional equipment for the 2020 Acadia dependent on trim level selected. All engine offerings feature a stop/start deactivation switch.

New nine-speed automatic and Electronic Precision Shift

A new nine-speed automatic replaces the previous six-speed automatic as the standard transmission for the 2.0L, 2.5L and 3.6L engines offered in the 2020 Acadia. The nine-speed’s additional clutches and gears offer better optimized acceleration and efficiency, and engine noise is reduced during cruising for greater refinement.

The 2020 Acadia is the latest GMC with Electronic Precision Shift, which enables more storage room in the center console by replacing the conventional transmission shifter with an electronically controlled gear selection consisting of intuitive push buttons and pull triggers.

New GMC infotainment system and additional technologies

As connectivity continues to grow in importance for crossover customers, the 2020 Acadia delivers the latest GMC infotainment system that is more intelligent and more intuitive. It offers users improved voice recognition, a higher resolution touchscreen and a simplified interface that requires fewer steps for some tasks, along with simpler screen layouts inspired by the latest smartphone technology.

This more user-friendly system, with an 8-inch-diagonal screen, also incorporates several new and enhanced features:

Personal profile allows users to tailor the infotainment system to their preferences, including audio, available navigation (requires subscription to compatible Connected Services) and climate settings, and even transfer those preferences to another GM vehicle with a compatible infotainment system. Up to four profiles can be assigned to the system and they can be assigned to the Acadia’s key fobs, automatically resetting the preferences for the incoming driver.
All-new Navigation2 interface with “one shot” destination entry feature, improved Route Guidance functionality and personalized settings.
Connected Navigation3offers real-time updates, as well as Predictive Navigation and additional information provided by a cloud database. (Feature requires a Connected Navigation trial or subscription and connectivity.)
USB-C ports.Two new USB-C charging ports are integrated in the front and rear of the center console. That brings the number of ports in the Acadia to five, including a USB-A charging port for the third-row seating area.
Additional new and enhanced technologies on the 2020 Acadia include:

Next-generation, 15-watt wireless charging (available).
High Definition Rear Vision Camera4 upgraded to digital (standard on SLT, AT4 or Denali and available on SLE).
New Rear Camera Mirror4 available on Denali.
eBoost brake system standard on models with the new 2.0L Turbo engine
Suspension refinements that enhance ride and handling.
The 2020 GMC Acadia goes on sale this fall, with production at GM’s Spring Hill, Tennessee, assembly plant5.

About GMC

With a strong foundation of manufacturing trucks since 1902 and now selling in a dozen countries across the world, GMC offers purpose-built vehicles designed and engineered to the highest standard. From the all-new compact SUV Terrain to the Sierra HD, our trucks and crossovers deliver GMC’s signature combination of intuitive technologies and premium execution, with the popular Denali sub-brand representing the pinnacle of GMC design, performance and amenities. Details on all GMC models are available at www.gmc.com, on Twitter at @gmc or at www.facebook.com/gmc.

1GMC Infotainment System functionality varies by model. Full functionality requires compatible Bluetooth and smartphone, and USB connectivity for some devices.
2Map coverage available in the U.S., Puerto Rico and Canada.
3Connected Navigation and Real-time Points of Interest (POI) only available on properly equipped vehicles. Requires paid plan or trial. Map coverage available in the U.S., Puerto Rico and Canada. See onstar.com for details and limitations.
4Safety or driver assistance features are no substitute for the driver’s responsibility to operate the vehicle in a safe manner. The driver should remain attentive to traffic, surroundings and road conditions at all times. Visibility, weather, and road conditions may affect feature performance. Read the vehicle’s owner’s manual for more important feature limitations and information.
5With globally sourced parts.

2020 GMC ACADIA SPECIFICATIONS

ENGINES

Type:

2.0L Turbocharged I4 DOHC with direct injection and Active Fuel Management

Bore & Stroke (in. / mm):
3.26 x 3.63 / 83 x 92.3

Block Material:

Cast aluminum

Cylinder Head Material:

Cast aluminum

Valvetrain:

Dual overhead camshafts, four valves per cylinder with tripower system

Fuel Delivery:

Direct injection with electronic throttle control

Horsepower
(hp / kW @ rpm):

230 / 172 @ 5000 (GMC estimated)

Torque
(lb.-ft. / Nm):

258 / 350 @ 1500-4000 (GMC estimated)

Type:

2.5L I-4 DOHC VVT with Direct Injection

Bore & Stroke (in / mm):
3.46 x 3.97 / 88 x 101

Block Material:

Lost foam cast aluminum

Cylinder Head Material:

Lost foam cast aluminum

Valvetrain:

DOHC iVLC, four valves per cylinder, continuously variable valve timing

Fuel Delivery:

High-pressure direct injection and electronic throtle control

Horsepower
(hp / kW @ rpm):

193 / 143 @ 6300 (SAE certified)

Torque (lb.-ft. / Nm):

188 / 255 @ 4400 (SAE certified)

Type:

3.6L V-6 DOHC VVT with Direct Injection

Bore & Stroke (in / mm):
3.74 x 3.37 / 95 x 85.8

Block Material:

Cast aluminum w/ cast-in-place iron bore liners

Cylinder Head Material:

Cast aluminum

Valvetrain:

Dual-overhead camshafts, four valves per cylinder, continuous variable valve timing

Fuel Delivery:

Direct, high-pressure fuel injection with electronic throttle control

Horsepower
(hp / kW @ rpm):

310 / 231 @ 6600 (est.)

Torque
(lb.-ft. / Nm):

271 / 373 @ 5000 (est.)

TRANSMISSION & AXLE

Type:

Hydra-Matic 9T65 nine-speed automatic

Gear Ratios (:1)

9T65

First

4.69

Second

3.31

Third

3.01

Fourth

2.44

Fifth

1.92

Sixth

1.44

Seventh

1.00

Eighth

0.75

Ninth

0.62

Reverse

2.96

CHASSIS & SUSPENSION

Front Suspension:

MacPherson strut with direct-acting stabilizer bar; CDC real-time damping avail. on Denali

Rear Suspension:

Five-link independent; coil springs with stabilizer bar; CDC real-time damping avail. on Denali

Steering Type:

Electric variable-effort power steering with Active Return Assist

Turning Circle (ft. / m):

38.7 / 11.8

Brake Type:

Four-wheel-disc, variable brake system with power assist; Duralife brake rotors and low-drag brake calipers

Brake Rotor Size (in / mm):

Front: 12.6 x 1.9 / 321 x 30
Rear: 12.4 x 0.9 / 315 x 23

Wheel Size:

17-in. aluminum
18-in. aluminum
20-in. aluminum
Tire Size:

P245/65R17 all-season
P255/65R17 all-terrain
P235/65R18 all-season
P235/55R20 all-season
EXTERIOR DIMENSIONS

Wheelbase
(in. / mm):

112.5 / 2858

Overall Length
(in. / mm):

193.6 / 4917

Overall Width
(in. / mm):

75.4 / 1915

Overall Height
(in. / mm):

66 / 1676 (w/o luggage rack)

Track (in. mm):

64.5 / 1638 (front)
64.5 / 1638 (rear)
Ground Clearance (in. / mm):

7.2 / 183

INTERIOR DIMENSIONS & CARGO VOLUME

Headroom
(in / mm): Front: 40.3 / 1024 (without sunroof)
2nd row: 39.6 / 1006 (without sunroof)
3rd row: 37.2 / 945 (without sunroof)
Legroom

(in. / mm):

Front: 41 / 1041
2nd row: 39.7 / 1008
3rd row: 31.1 / 790
Shoulder Room
(in. / mm):

Front: 59.4 / 1509
2nd row: 58.7 / 1491
3rd row: 54.3 / 1379
Hip Room
(in. / mm):

Front: 55.7 / 1415
2nd row: 53.3 / 1354
3rd row: 42.9 / 1090
WEIGHTS, CAPACITIES & CARGO VOLUME

Curb Weight(lb. / kg):
3956 / 1794 (2.5L – FWD)

EPA passenger volume
(cu. ft. / L):

143.8 / 4072

Cargo Volume
Behind First Row
(cu. ft. / L)^:
79 / 2237

Cargo VolumeBehind Second Row (cu. ft. / L)^:
41.7 / 1181

Cargo Volume
Behind Third Row
(cu. ft. / L)^:
12.8 / 362

Trailering Capacity
lb. / kg)±: 4000 / 1814 (3.6L with trailering pkg.)
1000 / 454 (2.5L)
TBD (2.0L)
^ Cargo and load capacity limited by weight and distribution. ±Before you buy a vehicle or use it for trailering, carefully review the Trailering section of the Owner’s Manual.

FUEL TANK CAPACITY

19 gal. / 72 liters (FWD)
22 gal. / 83 liters (AWD)

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