Five Things You will Love about the 2018 GMC Terrain
May 15 2020
If you haven’t had the chance to test drive the 2018 GMC Terrain, grab your keys because it’s seriously worth the time and effort to take it out for a spin. If you can’t make it out to drive it for yourself, you’ll have to take our word for it. Our GMC Terrain Review is here and ready to give you the scoop on this new edition to the 2018 line-up. Listed below are just a few of the things you’ll enjoy about the new Terrain.
The transmission selector featured in the terrain is of the new push-button type which many users prefer over the traditional stick, while drive and reverse feature pull switches with buttons reserved for park and neutral. With the center console featuring a cellphone charging station, anyone in the car can plugin for a long ride.
While you’re along for the ride, you’ll enjoy the new infotainment system are presented with the 203mm touch-screen with colour make using Apple CarPlay and Android Auto more fun than ever. Safety features have been designed into the infotainment system including the Low Speed Forward Automatic Braking and the Surround Vision Camera, making you feel safe and comfortable for any journey.
A revamped Look GMC went for a new industrial look by adding hard and soft lines throughout the body to emphasize the reflections of light and give it that strong, sturdy look many fans will be looking for. The large body design features a bold grille, rectangularly shaped with the not so new C-shaped lighting headlamps that are both featured in the front and rear of the vehicle. The subtle and outright detailing on the body really has to be observed up close to see the full effect.
If safety features and ratings are your things, then the Terrains available features simply won’t disappoint you. There’s nothing like added safety features in a sleek, modern ride to make you feel at ease on your daily commute or long road trips alike. Here’s a look at what you can opt-in for with the 2018 model of the Terrain:
• Rear Park Assist
• Rear Cross-Traffic
• Safety Alert Driver Seat
• Side Blind Zone Alert
• Lane Keep Assist featuring Lane Departure Warning
The GMC Terrain of 2018 features the new nine-speed automatic transmission with the understated 170 horsepower with the 1.5Litre I-4 Turbo engine but also has options for the 2.0L I-4 Turbo as well as the 1.6L I-4 Turbo-Diesel engine and Electronic Precision Shift if you’re up for it.
All Around Great
This all-wheel-drive, 5-passenger, four-door SUV doesn’t disappoint in any way with awesome features to make you feel like you’re riding in a luxury vehicle without the luxury price tag. Whether the redesigned exterior or the sleek, spacious interior is what won you over is anybody’s guess. The model year of 2018 is in for some strong competition with the Terrain making its way into the line-up. You’ll have to take this one out for a ride to get the full effect so get out there and get in a GMC Terrain!