Find the 2018 GMC Terrain Owners Manual below. The 2018 GMC Terrain is just the right vehicle for comfy rides in all the terrains.
Terrain’s new style and brand new drivetrain make the 2018 GMC Terrain Owners Manual a great pick. The sturdy grille and big fenders make the Terrain stand out among the competitors like Ford Escape and Equinox. GMC comes with an excellent 9-speed taking the game to the next level. It has a smart and sleek body. The wheels of Terrain are a decent 17 or 18”. The cockpit is flawless. Also, the top two trims come with optional collision warnings for better safety of the buyers.
The cabin of the 2018 GMC Terrain is a blend of different looks. The toned leather coupled with aluminum trim looks excellent. Also, the metallic trim makes the roofline shine.
The Terrain is 182.3” long and 72.4” wide with 107.3” wheelbase. The passenger space is sufficient, and base models come with adjustable cloth seats. Hours of driving and the seats will still feel fresh. The storage for cargo is also satisfactory. The tall door cutouts prove to be an advantage for the seats of the second row. The legroom is 39.7”. The cargo room is about 29.6 cubic feet, and it can reach 63.3 cubic feet by rolling down the back seats.
The 2018 GMC Terrain Owners Manual comes with a variety of choices in engines for smooth quality rides. There is a 137 hp 1.6liter turbodiesel-4 with moderate acceleration but a low towing capacity of 1,500 pounds. Then, there is a 1.5liter 170 hp turbo-4 with 203-pound feet of torque and 9-speed automatic for the base and the midrange Terrains.
2018 GMC Terrain Manual Reviews And Features
However, the drivers’ best choice is a 2.0liter 252 hp turbo-4 with a towing capacity of 3,500 pounds. The flawless acceleration remains unaffected even in all-wheel drives. Also, it is capable of 0-60 mph runs in just seven seconds. The rides are great and quiet because of the efficient sound deadening. The 2018 GMC Terrain Manual comes in SL, SLE, SLT, and Denali trims. All the Terrains have power features, Wi-Fi hotspot, 7.0” touchscreen, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, blind-spot monitors, and standard rearview cameras.
SLE adds automatic climate control while SLT comes with 8.0” touchscreen, remote start, roof rails, and other features. Denali weighs about 3,800 pounds. Its peak pricing goes as high as $44,000 with chrome door handles, huge 19” aluminum wheels, ventilated front seats, LED headlights, a power tailgate, a heated steering wheel, and Bose’s quality audio. Federal tests give GMC an overall four-star score.
Putting a few bucks in, one can equip the SLE and SLT with the optional lane-departure warnings and rear parking sensors. DLT and Denali can also get a $495 technology package for collision alerts. The optional upgrades for SLE include satellite radio, panoramic sunroof, and heated front seats. A trailer-tow package is also available for SLE and above.
The downsides of the 2018 GMC Terrain include a couple of flaws. Firstly, heavy diesel is not adequate. Secondly, Terrain does not have enough headroom and cargo space. The steering can also be improved. Moreover, 2018 GMC Terrain Owners Manual transmission interface is very upsetting.