2018 GMC Acadia vs. 2018 Honda CR-V
GMC has been a leader in the automotive industry in the crossover SUV class for several years. Despite the popular model's clear bona fides in the segment, that hasn't stopped other manufacturers from trying to make a play for the top spot. The product experts working at the Billion Auto Group showroom have compiled a head-to-head comparison of the 2018 GMC Acadia vs. 2018 Honda CR-V. Both vehicles are excellent examples of what modern crossover SUVs have to offer. The respective manufacturers have built their vehicles to make plenty of performance and interior space available. However, the 2018 GMC Acadia simply offers a bit more of each to put it ahead of the current Honda CR-V. Anyone who would like to learn more about the 2018 GMC Acadia can schedule a test drive with a Billion Auto Group sales professional today by calling, 406-556-9071.
Among the reasons that vehicles like the 2018 GMC Acadia and 2018 Honda CR-V is the flexible interior offered by both models. Independent reviews have praised the 2018 Acadia for having a wide and easy-to-use cargo area. When the interior of the GMC crossover SUV is properly configured, it can offer 79 cubic-feet of cargo space. On the other hand, the 2018 CR-V certainly offers one of the largest cargo areas in the class but has a cargo volume that falls short of the Acadia, offering 75.8 cubic-feet. The advantage in cargo space translate into additional passenger space for the 2018 Acadia. Buyers of the 2018 GMC Acadia can opt to have a third-row of seats added which brings the passenger capacity to seven riders. Honda has chosen to stay with a more traditional interior layout with only two rows of seating and space for just five passengers.
2018 GMC Acadia
2018 Honda CR-V
|2.5-L, 4-Cyl.||Engine||2.4-L, 4-Cyl.|
|79 cu.-ft.||Max. Cargo Volume||75.8 cu.-ft.|
|7 passengers||Max. Seating Capacity||5 passengers|
Both the 2018 GMC Acadia and 2018 Honda CR-V offer a couple of engine options. The base powertrain setup in the GMC crossover SUV consists of a naturally aspirated 2.5-liter, four-cylinder engine attached to a six-speed automatic transmission. This will give drivers 193 horsepower and 188 pound-feet of torque to work with. Entry-level versions of the 2018 Honda CR-V use a naturally aspirated 2.4-liter, four-cylinder engine making 184 horsepower and 180 pound-feet of torque. GMC buyers also have the option of upgrading to a V-6 engine that pushes the output up to 310 horsepower – an option not available with the Honda CR-V anymore.