The Terrain powered by a 2.4-liter I-4 SUV with front-wheel drive or an optional 3.6-liter V6 that provides 301 horsepower and a yield of up to 24 miles per gallon on the highway.
The GMC design remains aggressive and powerful as we know, the surface is more refined and angular, the mirrors are body color and equipment may include a chrome foglamp and can choose from 10 colors for the exterior.
Inside, the Terrain Denali comes with standard luxury features like eight setting options for the front passenger seat, Intellilink, infotainment system controlled by voice, Bluetooth, Smartphone Integration, Homelink system, automatic climate control, seven display inch, USB port, auxiliary input jack and optional OnStar system and rear entertainment system.
In terms of design, features leather and wood details, contrast stitching, the lighting is red, sunroof, cargo area to 63.9 cubic feet and can include an equipment trailer and organize cargo accessories.
Among the security systems are the collision warning and lane loss as standard, and the visual and audible warning in the system including radar blind spot among others.
GMC Terrain Denali 2013 Review