General Motor is preparing new mid-size crossover. We’ve heard there may be ongoing develop 2018 GMC Terrain, that could fit in upper class in this segment. From whatever we know, SUV is arriving refreshed, with changes on suspension and styling. Also, performance tweaks gives you new look on 2018 Terrain. Interior from the cabin is revisited, but final version just isn’t done yet, since there are a lot of features that has to be updated in addition to being recent as is possible for production model.
2018 GMC Terrain engine
To upgrade performance with the upcoming crossover, engineers was required to tune existing drivetrain, since new one isn’t an option. Same as in the past SUV, 2018 GMC Terrain gets 3.6-l VVT V6 since its power source. We suppose, now it is going being few steps more detailed deliver 200 hp. Torque approximately 250 lb-ft. This power is shipped through 6-speed transmission to front wheels automatically, or all wheels crowd buyer’s choice. As other mid-size crossovers, new Terrain will sprint to 60 mph in around 7 seconds. US based company recently introduced Fuel-Saving Eco Mode system for better fuel economy. For better performance, ground clearance is increased, which improves stability and handling.
2018 GMC Terrain redesign
Visual appearance on the 2018 GMC Terrain remains just about the same as for the predecessor. Body on the crossover is actually higher, and new colors can be found. Front is suffering probably the most changes, including headlights and grille modifications. Grille is again bold, with large, chrome GMC emblems onto it. Narrower headlights are generating this SUV more aggressive. New crystal rectifier technology placed onto lights is improving visibility. Base models are coming with 18-inch wheels, while upper trims use 19- and 20-inchers. Inside, 7-inch display shows most on the situation about new Terrain. Infotainment is consisting sound system, USB ports along with connectivity options.
2018 GMC Terrain release date
There is not any exact date of release for 2018 GMC Terrain. We assume this crossover is planned for late 2017 or first quarter of 2018. Base price should remain near existing, and it approximately $25,000.