GM announced today that the 2013 GMC Terrain Denali will cost $35,350, including an $825 destination charge. For these money you will get a long list of of advanced safety features but also the fuel-efficient 2.4-liter I-4 engine and front-wheel drive. For those who want more, GMC offer optional all-wheel drive and raises the base price to $37,100.
A more powerful 3.6-liter V6 engine is available for $1,500. The cost of the V-6 also includes an upgrade from 18- to 19-inch chrome-clad wheels. This engine replaces the 2012 Terrain’s 3.0-liter V6 and delivers 301 hp and 272 lb-ft of torque. According to the official press release, this engine is mated to GM’s 6T70 six-speed automatic transmission and will return a fuel economy of 16 mpg city /23 mpg highway for the all-wheel-drive version.
The 2.4-liter engine will offer a fuel economy of 17/24 mpg. As we said, the vehicle comes with plenty of safety features, such as include forward collision alert and lane departure warning, as well as Denali-exclusive side blind zone and rear cross traffic alert.
Other standard technologies include Intellilink, GMC’s voice-controlled infotainment system with Bluetooth smartphone integration and apps like Pandora and Stitcher Smart Radio, a programmable power lift gate, and Homelink integrated garage door opener controls.
Terrain Denali comes with a basic set up with a lot of GMC's driving advancements, including IntelliLink's color touch radio. This new infotainment system highlights a reconfigurable home screen; natural voice commands; Bluetooth mobile phone integration; management of streaming internet radio applications, for example, Pandora and Stitcher; and iPod controls with Gracenote music database innovation.
Forward crash alarm and lane departure cautioning are standard on the GMC Terrain Denali. They utilize the industry's first single-camera crash-prevention framework to audibly and visually caution drivers when an impact is about to happen or when the car crosses a path marker.
Also, side rear cross traffic alert and side blind zone aid to prevent impacts by utilizing radar to watch areas the driver will be unable to see - and give noticeable and audible notices.
Comfort components, for example, a programmable power liftgate, are a basic setup on GMC Terrain Denali. At the push of a button, proprietors can get to the vehicle's 63.9 cubic feet of cargo area (at the back of the first row), while a memory system stops the liftgate at a height the driver chooses to help them if they are shorter, or make room for low doors of certain garages.
Offered technologies are a rear-seat entertainment system and color touch navigation.
Similarly as with each new GMC, the Terrain Denali includes six free months of OnStar's Directions and Connections plan. It incorporates Turn-by-Turn Navigation, Automatic Crash Response, roadside help, stolen vehicle help, crisis services link and remote door unlock.