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The revised Acadia is about $1,200 more than its predecessor, although it includes more standard equipment.

GMC's updated-for-2013 Acadia will boast a higher base price when it goes on sale later this year, but it will also include some significant equipment upgrades.

The 2013 Acadia will list from $34,050, or $34,875 including a mandatory $825 destination charge.

For the new model year, the Acadia features revised looks inside and out, as well as upgrades to its interior materials. Newly standard features include rear parking sensors, a rearview camera, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and a touch-screen audio system with optional navigation. A USB port, LED daytime running lamps and ambient interior lights are also new standard features.

By comparison, last year's Acadia started at $32,835 before the destination fee.

The Acadia range will continue to be topped by the Denali trim package, which now starts at $46,770 including destination, a roughly $1,100 increase compared to 2012. In addition to the standard Acadia's styling and trim upgrades, the Denali also now includes a power tilt and telescoping steering column, a heads-up display system and radar-based blind zone and rear cross traffic alert systems.