The SUV market is competitive, but the GMC Terrain is proving that if you make an exciting looking model chock full of features and style, then people will be interested. You can try a 2018 GMC Acadia in Fond du Lac, WI at Holiday Automotive today! We are Worth the Trip, and we are just a short drive from both Slinger and Beaver Dam! We hope to see you soon, but until then, learn about this SUV’s impressive features below.
Beauty and capability all rolled into one.
The 2018 Terrain has two gas-powered engines available. The gas engine lineup starts off with a 1.5-liter turbo that delivers 30-highway mpg and finishes with a 2.0-liter turbo that delivers up to 252 horsepower.
The 1.5-liter engine comes standard on the SL, SLE, and SLT trims, and the 2.0-liter engine comes standard on the Denali trim but is also available on the SLE and SLT.
You may have noticed that when we were talking about engine options, we were specifically talking about gas-powered engines. That’s because, for the 2018 Terrain, there is a diesel option available.
This engine is a 1.6-liter turbo diesel that provides 240 pound-feet of torque with up to 28-city mpg and 39-highway mpg. Learn more about GM diesel options below.
The Terrain may be the smallest SUV in the GMC lineup, but that certainly doesn’t limit its towing prowess. You can expect to tow all your toys and more with this machine.
Standard, the Terrain offers towing for up to 1,500 pounds, but this can be upgraded with options and trim levels to provide up to 3,500 pounds of towing capacity.
The Terrain was built for families, and that means it’s also built for safety. For 2018, you can take advantage of numerous standard and available safety features.
Some available equipment includes Surround Vision, forward collision alert, lane keep assist, a safety alert seat, and the new rear seat reminder. The Terrain will look out for your family.
You want an SUV with a lot of features and options, but you also want one that will allow you to express your individuality. With a total of nine different color options available on the Terrain, you can do just that.
Not only are there colors ranging from Coppertino Metallic to Red Quartz Tintcoat, but there are also numerous cloth and leather interior color options available as well.
When nothing but the finest materials and features will do, GMC makes a trim for that, and it’s called the Denali. Not only is it the top trim for the Terrain, but it’s also the top trim for the entire non-commercial GMC lineup.
On the Terrain, you can expect numerous additions to come with the Denali trim including a 2.0-liter turbo engine, rear park assist, LED headlights, Navigation, and more.