2018 Volkswagen Atlas vs. 2018 GMC Acadia: Head to Head

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Winner: 2018 GMC Acadia

The base GMC Acadia goes for $29,020, which is about $1,500 below the base Volkswagen Atlas. The GMC is cheaper at the top of the line, too, with its all-wheel-drive Denali version costing $47,020, as compared to the top Atlas, the SEL Premium 4Motion, which is $48,490.

If you want leather seats, a premium sound system, and active safety features, you can get that in the Acadia SLT-1 for $38,460. To get all of that in the Atlas, you’d have to go for the top-of-the-line SEL Premium 4Motion. If leatherette upholstery will do, the Atlas becomes more competitive with the SE ($34,990) and SE With Technology ($37,090) trims.

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