GMC Terrain 2019

Latest update :

2019-11-21

Trim/Grade :

SLE FWD 1.5L Turbo - 170HP - 9-speed Auto

Is this car for me?

If you were not a fan of the older generation GMC Terrain, you are in for a treat. It is a valid choice whether you are a young adventurer or have a family. The Terrain will offer space and refinement with no compromise on technology

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Disclaimer

The prices provided by Karrenn might vary at any given time. It is recommended to refer to the dealer for a final quotation. The dealer holds the right to modify the prices and specs at any given moment and without prior notice.

PROS

-Improved design -Good handling -Quite interior

CONS

-Controversial shifter -Interior could be given more modern touches -Touch-screen not easy to reach, although user-friendly

WARRANTY

3 Years - 100,000 Km

The new GMC Terrain is here and less expensive than its predecessor!

 

Prices (invl. VAT + Reg.) and Options:

SLE FWD ($33,500) - Front-wheel drive with a 1.5L Turbo engine delivering 170 HP and 201 lb-ft of torque

- Electronic Cruise Control with set and resume speed 
- Inside rearview auto-dimming mirror
- Heated Steering wheel 
- Power windows (driver and passenger express-down / driver express-up)
- Atice start/stop system 
- Keyless entry + push/start
- Terrain Management system
- Front bucket seats
- 4-way manually adjustable front and driver seats
- Rear seats 60/40 split with armrest
- 7" touch-screen with Apple Car Play and Android Auto
- AM/FM Radio / Bluetooth
- USB Ports: 1 type A + 1 type C + auxiliary input jack + 2 rear charging-only portslocated
- 6-Speakers
- 3.5" monochromatic driver information screen (one color)
- Rear camera
- LED daytime running lights
- Power adjustable mirrors, heated, manual folding
- Tire pressure monitor system
- 17" silver painted alloy wheels
- 16" steel spare
- 4-wheel anti-lock, 4- wheel disc 16” front/rear brakes
- 7 Airbags
- Air bags passenger sensing system
- sensor indicator inflatable restraint, front passenger presence detector
- Stability and Traction control
- Programmable door locks with lockout protection 
- Theft deterrent system, unauthorized entry 
- Front strut 
- Tire pressure monitor system 
- Steering wheel controls, mounted audio and cruise controls 
- Remote Panic Alarm 

SLE AWD ($38,800) - For an extra $5,300, you get the bigger 2.0L Turbo engine that delivers 252 HP and 262 lb-ft of torque with some additional options as seen below:

- Electronic parking brake
- Dual exhaust bright chrome tips 
- 18" alloys


SLT AWD ($47,100) - For an extra $8,300, you'll be getting an upgrade in terms of options and specs. It's the same 2.0L Turbo engine, most of the changes are on the exterior/interior as seen below:

- Remote engine starter
- Heated leather seats with driver power seat
- Dual-zone auto A/C
- 8" touch screen
- 4.2” Driver instrument Cluster
- 18” aluminum Alloy wheels with Gray Accent
- SLT Chrome Package includes Chrome Grill, Chrome front and Rear Bumpers
- Silver finishing Roof Rails
- Turn Signal Lamps integrated in side Mirrors
- Front Halogen Fog lights

DENALI ($54,500) - For an extra $7,400, you'll get many upgrades in exterior and interior features: 


- Front and Rear Park assist with rear cross traffic alert 
- Forward collision warning
- Lane Keep assist
- Ventilated front Seats
- Heated rear Seats
- Aluminum interior finish
- Chrome Kit includes Unique Grill Design, Chrome Side mirror covers, Chrome Door handles, Chrome finishing Roof rails and Chrome Emblem side molding
- LED Headlights
- Denali Emblem on headrests
- 19” Alloy Wheels
- Side Blind Zone Alert, Lane Change Alert , Rear Cross Traffic Alert, Rear Park Assist
- Safety Alert Driver Seat
- Hands-free rear power programmable liftgate
- Memory Package & front passenger 6-way power seat with power lumbar
- Heated steering wheel
- Universal Home Remote
- cargo cover & cargo convenience net
- Color Touch Navigation with 8"diagonal color touch-screen
- AM/FM stereo & Bose premium 7-speaker system
- Power Panoramic Sunroof
- Wireless Charging
- Semi-Automatic Self-parking

Which One To Go For

There's no arguing that we would not crave the 2.0L Turbo engine for the extra power it provides, but that doesn't mean that the 1.5L Turbo engine runs short. In fact, we've taken it for a quick test-drive on the launch day (LINK) and felt that the power provided is not lacking. Our pick would fall on the SLE FWD ($33,500) because the price is acceptable, the engine is good, and the options are plenty. If you want a 4x4 drivetrain then you'll settle for the SLE AWD ($38,800). If you want an SUV that will stand out with its specs and looks (close to the one in the pic), the SLT ($47,100) would be your pick. For more luxurious features and specs, add $7,400 and go for the Denali, plenty of options for an acceptable price. 

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