The GMC Terrain may be a small SUV, but it has a truly spacious interior, with seating for five passengers and the ability to fit multiple adults in comfort. Compared to other similarly priced models in the competitive compact SUV segment, the Terrain has an upscale feel thanks to its standard features and high-quality materials. The interior feels downright upscale and the seats are incredibly comfortable. You will appreciate the storage space in the center console and the instrument panel. Of course, the MultiFlex rear seat system lets you maximize cargo space or leg room and even has reclining functionality. The exterior of the GMC Terrain means you will turn heads wherever you go, thanks to features like LED daytime running lights, a three-bar grille design, and chrome accents. Of course, the Terrain Denali takes the luxury feel to the next level with features you would expect only from a luxury vehicle both inside and out. It's easy to see why the Terrain is popular with drivers looking for a compact SUV that is affordable, offers plenty of room, and is available with a variety of options.
The 2017 GMC Terrain is very similar to the previous model year, but there are a few changes, including the new Nightfall Edition. This is a sporty appearance package that aims to give the SUV a unique look. Opting for the GMC Terrain Nightfall Edition will give you 18-inch aluminum wheels with a machined face plus gloss black spokes, gloss black accents and surround on the charcoal grille, gloss black fascia accents in the front and rear, black luggage rails, gloss black exterior mirrors, and a gloss black surround trim for the rear license plate. This Nightfall Edition comes on the SLE-2 or SLT trim, letting you opt for 4G Wi-Fi hot spot capabilities, and will get a standard 7-inch touchscreen in color as part of IntelliLink. You can pair the new Terrain Nightfall Edition with either of those two trim levels and in one of four exterior colors, including Crimson Red, Onyx Black, Summit White, and Graphite Gray Metallic.
The GMC Terrain is relatively new, only making its debut for the 2010 model year after GMC saw the success of the Acadia. This mid-sized crossover SUV was designed to provide a competitive price, practicality, and fuel economy. It shares a platform with the Chevrolet Equinox but has a more upscale appearance that is distinct. Notable design elements on the 2010 Terrain included projector-beam headlights and a large chrome grille. It was available with one of two gas-powered, direct-injection engines and front-wheel or all-wheel drive. There were two trim levels and many standard features like OnStar, a rearview camera, six airbags, and 17-inch aluminum wheels.
The 2011 GMC Terrain upgraded the existing 3.0-liter V6 engine to offer E85 compatibility for those who prefer a different fuel source, and the 4-cylinder engine followed suit for 2012. 2012 also saw a newly standard touchscreen audio system, complete with a 7-inch display. The luxurious Terrain Denali was added to the lineup in 2013, with features like a sunroof and 8-way power front seats. OnStar with 4G LTE Wi-Fi hot spot capabilities became an option for the 2015 model, joining other General Motors vehicles.
For the driver looking to get behind the wheel of a crossover with a powerful V6 engine, supple suspension, and plenty of backseat room, the GMC Terrain is an excellent choice. To view a wide selection of different GMC models, visit Chris Myers Buick GMC in Daphne, Alabama. Our experienced staff is more than happy to help you make the right selection for your needs. We can answer any of your questions about the various vehicles in our showroom, helping you into the right configuration. Our certified mechanics are available to schedule your regular maintenance with our Service Center or if an emergency pops up. We are proud to offer financing right here at the dealership as well to help you get home and enjoying your vehicle quicker. Stop in and we'll get you started with a test drive of your favorite model.