Today GMC has placed an official price tag on the all-new 2018 Terrain. Wearing a base price of $25,970 including destination. The price tag is an increase of about $1,500 from the outgoing base model; a nod to GMC’s continued move upmarket.
The higher base price isn’t just for GMC to appear more upmarket, though. The 2018 Terrain comes standard with items such as a leather-wrapped steering wheel, LED daylight running lamps and taillights, a flat-folding front seat and keyless start. None of those features are found as standard fare on today’s model.
Like the lesser 2018 Chevrolet Equinox, the 2018 Terrain is powered by a 170 horsepower turbocharged 1.5-liter inline-four. Terrain’s power flows through a new nine-speed automatic transmission. Buyers will also be able to upgrade to a new 1.6-liter turbo-diesel four-cylinder option.
Terrain Denali buyers will be offered exclusively GM’s 2.0-liter turbocharged inline-four with 252 horsepower. Along with the additional power, Denali buyers gain features such as LED headlights, heated steering wheel, Bose premium sound system and a host of new safety features. Gaining all of these gadgets will set Denali buyers back by $38,495 for the front-wheel-drive option and $40,245 for the all-wheel-drive variant.
|Terrain SL FWD||$25,970|
|Terrain SLE FWD||$28,795|
|Terrain SLE Diesel FWD||$32,565|
|Terrain SLE AWD||$30,545|
|Terrain SLE Diesel AWD||$34,315|
|Terrain SLT FWD||$32,295|
|Terrain SLT Diesel FWD||$35,140|
|Terrain SLT AWD||$34,045|
|Terrain SLT Diesel AWD||$36,890|
|Terrain Denali FWD||$38,495|
|Terrain Denali AWD||$40,245|