2018 GMC Terrain Powering into Spring 2017 with Turbo-Diesel Engine, Nine-speed Auto Transmission and More

If you love the 2017 GMC Terrain as much as we do here at Gary Lang GMC, then you know what defines this powerhouse, whether its SLE-1's power driver seat with power 2-way driver lumbar support, SLE-2's six-speed automatic transmission with variable valve control and speed-sensing steering, Denali's blind spot sensor and electronic stability control, or SLT's all-wheel drive, among many other features. But wait until you get an eyeful of GMC's 2018 Terrain, coming in SL, SLE, SLT and Denali models.

Combining a sharp, sculpted design tested in a wind tunnel for an aerodynamic profile and 1.6L turbo-diesel and 1.5L and 2.0L turbocharged gas engine options, 2018 Terrain proves to be well worth the 2017 wait for some breakthroughs in the SUV market. A new Electronic Precision Shift delivers the reliability of electronically controlled gear selection via intuitive push buttons and pull-triggers, while 2018 Terrain's driver-controllable, throttle-response-optimized Traction Select system helps tailor your driving experience to a litany of road and weather conditions, and all-wheel-drive models will feature a front-wheel-drive mode that helps minimize drag to enhance fuel economy.

As cool as the Terrain line will be, it'll be the details that define it. Denali, for example, will sport such accents as body-color fascias and lower trim, chrome roof rails, door handles, side mirror caps and body-side molding, along with road-commanding LED headlamps and 19-inch ultra-bright machined aluminum wheels. Are you as excited as we are? We may have to wait for summer 2017, but you don't have to wait to test-drive a new 2017 GMC Terrain. Stop in to our McHenry, IL showroom today to hop into a driver's seat. We can't wait to meet you!

Categories: New Inventory, News