When you think of the GMC Acadia, the first thing that comes into your mind is that it is roomy and that you will be able to fit eight people in it comfortable. Compared to the Acadia, the Highlander feels smaller but it too has its own way of shining.
The Toyota Highlander will come with a wide range of powertrain options so customers can choose to one that suits their need. The third-row seats are also easily accessible which is a huge plus for a people hauler like the Highlander.
The base Toyota Highlander will be powered by a 2.7-liter engine that will be offering about 185hp ad 164lb ft of torque. The GMC Acadia, on the other hand, will come with a 3.6-liter engine that will be offering about 28hp and 266lb ft of torque.
The Highlander base model will return about 22mpg on the highway and 20mpg in the city while the GMC Acadia will return about 22mpg in the city and 15mpg on the highway. The base Highlander will retail for $27,837 while the base Acadia will retail for $30,820.
So who won?