GMC Acadia Transmission Fluid Capacity


gmc acadia transmission fluid capacity

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Acadia went on sale in the United States in December 2006 and in Canada in January 2007. GMC Acadia, Chevrolet Traverse, Buick Enclave and Saturn Outlook are built on the new GM Lambda platform. Acadia replaces 3 cars: GMC Safari van, GMC Envoy SUV and minivan Pontiac Montana SV6. In 2009, cars on the Lambda platform replaced the Buick Rainier, Buick Rendezvous and Buick Terraza, and then the Chevrolet TrailBlazer.

The second-generation GMC Acadia was introduced in Detroit in 2016. Compared to the previous generation, the weight of the car decreased by 317 kg. Also reduced overall dimensions, so the car will not be offered in 8-seater. The car is built on the C1XX platform and is equipped with two engines: a four-cylinder 2.5-liter LCV I4 193 hp. and 3.6 liters LGX V6 310 hp Gearbox 6-speed automatic. Both front and all-wheel drives are available.

 

2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 GMC Acadia Transmission Fluid Capacity

Transmission Fluid capacity Fluid type
6 speed 6T50 automatic transmission Total Fill 8.5 liters
Initial Fill 4 liters
The actual capacity is between 4-6 liters.
AF6
9 speed 9T65 automatic transmission Total Fill 9.5 liters
Initial Fill 5 liters
The actual capacity is between 5-6 liters.
AF6
6 speed 6T70 automatic transmission Total Fill 9 liters
Initial Fill 4 liters
The actual capacity is between 4-6 liters.
AF6

 

2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 GMC Acadia Transmission Fluid Capacity

Transmission Fluid capacity Fluid type
6 speed 6T75 automatic transmission Total Fill 9 liters
Initial Fill 4 liters
The actual capacity is between 4-6 liters.
AF6

 

We were pleasantly surprised when a new generation of GMC Acadia appeared on the market in 2017 with slightly smaller dimensions and weight, but with better maneuverability and handling regardless of the surface. He borrowed a solid platform and suspension system from the flagship Cadillac sedan CT6. The All-Terrain model, which is best suited for off-road driving, was presented to the public.

With the Acadia Denali model, you get the Continuously Variable Ride Control system, which constantly adjusts each individual shock absorber depending on the road conditions and the driver’s driving style.

This system is a real jackpot when bypassing large potholes, conquering sharp turns or squeezing the maximum on open roads. Those who focus on fuel economy will traditionally gravitate towards a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine, but those who want to get better dynamics will find a suitable option with a 3.6-liter V6 engine.

The latest generation GMC Acadia SUVs are attractive vehicles with a modern, dynamic message, perfect for the city. It all starts with a large, chrome radiator grille and headlight trim. The massive wheel arches found in Chevrolet contribute to the overall image. If the base models aren’t impressed, take a look at the Acadia Denali with 20-inch alloy wheels and extra chrome. The All-Terrain, meanwhile, looks more austere, according to its off-road capabilities.

Dan Hoffman

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