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2018 GMC Terrain debuts with a bolder look and a diesel

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GMC has unveiled the all-new 2018 Terrain crossover, which is debuting this week at the Detroit Auto Show. With a new bolder design and more powertrain options, the Terrain is set to continue to lead GMC's sales growth.

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The 2018 Terrain's bolder exterior signals the next chapter of GMC's design language with its stronger, sharper and more sculpted elements such as the grille and lighting features.

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Just like the new Chevy Equinox, the Terrain will be able with a range of new turbocharged engines. Buyers can choose from either a 1.5L or 2.0L turbocharged four-cylinder engines or a new 1.6L turbo-diesel. The 1.5L generates 170-hp and 203 lb-ft., while the 2.0L generates 252-hp and 262-lb-ft. You'll notice that the 3.6L V6 is now gone. If you are interested in the new 1.6L diesel, it generates 137-hp and 240 lb-ft.

There are also new nine-speed automatic transmissions for the gas engines and the Terrain comes standard with the a Traction Select system, which offers for different driving conditions. AWD models feature a FWD mode that disconnects the AWD system to minimize drag and optimize fuel economy.

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The 2018 Terrain goes on sale this summer in SL, SLE, SLT and Denali models. The Terrain features 7- and available 8-inch-diagonal infotainment systems with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto functionality and a standard OnStar 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot. Every new Terrain comes standard with five years of the OnStar Basic Plan.

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To keep you safe, the 2018 Terrain is available with a range of new safety technologies, like Surround Vision, Forward Collision Alert with Following Distance Indicator, Low-Speed Forward Automatic Braking, Lane Keep Assist with Lane Departure Warning and a new Safety Alert Seat.

Source: GMC

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