The LTZ-V sits at the top of the Acadia range with the list price for the front-wheel drive version being $63,490 while the all-wheel drive is $4000 more.

The LTZ-V comes with an 8.0-inch touchscreen with sat nav, reversing camera, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, leather seats, power adjustable and heated/ventilated front seats, wireless charging for phones, power tailgate, three-zone climate control, front and rear parking sensors, proximity key, rear privacy glass, eight-speaker Bose sound system, dual-pane sunroof, adaptive suspension and 20-inch alloy wheels.

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All Aussie Acadias are powered by a 231kW/367Nm V6 petrol. Shifting gears is a nine-speed automatic transmission.

The Acadia has yet to be given an ANCAP crash rating, but the level of advanced safety equipment is outstanding. All grades come with AEB (but the LTZ-V's version operates at higher speeds to the other grades) there's blind spot warning, rear cross traffic alert, lane keeping assistance and lane departure warning, plus lateral impact avoidance which will swerve to avoid a vehicle that drifts into your lane.