2018 GMC Terrain ratings and reviews
The sleek 2018 GMC Terrain may not look like a powerhouse on the outside, but its engine options create a vehicle that can handle just about any road and drive. The standard 1.5L Turbocharged Gas Engine delivers 170-horsepower and 203 ft-lb of torque, but available 1.6L turbocharged diesel and 2.0L turbocharged gas engines can upgrade the Terrain for better towing capabilities and hill navigation. The SL trim will give you the basics, like GMC’s Infotainment System, hill descent control, and an airbag system with passenger sensing, plus convenient extras like teen driver assistance and a rear vision camera. Upgrade to the SLT for remote start, lumbar-support driver seat, and other perks, while the Denali will give you the most safety and technology with the additions of a universal home remote, navigation, and rear park assist. Despite all its packed-in features, this SUV manages an impressive 26/30 city/highway miles per gallon fuel efficiency rating.