2018 GMC Terrain Starts at $25,970
Diesel Model Starts at $32,565
Crossovers are hot right now, so timing is spot-on for the introduction of the all-new GMC Terrain compact crossover. Fully redesigned from the ground up with a focus on efficiency, technology, and user-friendliness, the new Terrain is poised to take its place in the competitive crossover market with a highly anticipated diesel engine option. Equipped with a standard 1.5L turbocharged I-4 making 170 hp and 203 lb-ft of torque mated to a nine-speed automatic, the 2018 Terrain will start at $25,970 for the front-wheel-drive SL model. If you want the efficient diesel, the starting price is $32,565 and forces a step up to the SLE trim. At the top of the Terrain lineup is the Terrain Denali AWD, which gets a standard 2.0L 252hp turbocharged I-4 engine, starting at $40,245.
All Terrain models come standard with LED daytime running lights and taillights, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, flat-fold front passenger seat, and keyless start. The Denali model gets 19-inch bright machined alloy wheels, LED headlights, heated steering wheel, hands-free liftgate, 8-inch touchscreen display with navigation, seven-speaker premium Bose audio system, and safety aids such as side blind zone alert, rear cross traffic alert, rear park assist, and safety alert seat. The Terrain goes on sale at GMC dealerships this summer.