The 2018 Buick LaCrosse

The 2018 Buick LaCrosse

The 2018 Buick LaCrosse

The 2017 Buick LaCrosse was an unqualified success. It had a 5-star Overall Vehicle Score from the NHTSA. The LaCrosse also introduced Buick’s reimagined design language. Notably, the LaCrosse eliminated the round grille and lethargic shoulders of previous versions. The interior was refined, too – from the seats down to the improved Buick IntelliLink software. And it didn’t escape recognition: the 2017 LaCrosse became the first Buick to win a win one of Ward’s Top 10 interiors. But, things are about to get even better with the introduction of the 2018 Buick LaCrosse.

Electric Performance

Surprisingly, eAssist light electrification has become the standard form of propulsion for 2018. The base model’s 2.5L, four-cylinder engine will now be bolstered by a small electric motor. The result is 194 horsepower and 187 lb.-ft. of torque. More importantly, the light hybrid setup (Buick has actually avoided calling it a hybrid) will bring some impressive fuel savings. Specifically, Buick estimates the hybrid powertrain will deliver a remarkable 7.8L/100km of combined fuel economy (city/highway).

Drivers can still choose to upgrade to the 3.6L V6 with 310 hp. Seemingly, it’s the perfect amount of power for a mature luxury sedan still harbouring the sporty predilections of youth. Buick has paired the engine with both Auto Stop/Start technology to improve fuel economy and a nine-speed automatic transmission for smooth power delivery. V6 power also allows you to upgrade to dual-clutch AWD.

Inside

The 2018 Buick LaCrosse’s interior is defined by new technology. Buick has made it even easier to handle music, applications, and navigation with the new frameless, 8-inch touch screen underpinned by Buick IntelliLink software. You also get a standard OnStar 4G LTE WiFi hotspot for connectivity on the go, and an 8-speaker audio system. Audiophiles can even upgrade to a Bose Centerpoint Surround Sound system for a high-fidelity, concert experience. And, combined with standard QuietTuning, you get to shut out the sounds of the road and wind.

Safety

Building on the safety acknowledgments from the previous year, Buick has added some impressive safety hardware. A rear vision camera is standard, but that’s not nearly the most exciting feature. Buick offers advanced safety technology divided into two Driver Confidence packages:

Driver Confidence Package 1

  • Rear Cross-Traffic Alert
  • Side Blind Zone Alert
  • Lane Change Alert

Driver Confidence Package 2

  • Automatic Park Assist
  • Front Pedestrian Detection
  • Front Automatic Braking
  • Full-Speed Adaptive Cruise Control

The 2018 Buick LaCrosse will be available for purchase in fall 2017. Click here for up-to-date inventory information.

The 2018 GMC Canyon

The 2018 GMC Canyon parked illegally.

The 2018 GMC Canyon

For a few years, the GMC Canyon has been billed as the first premium midsize truck. And the 2018 GMC Canyon is poised to continue defending that legacy. The current generation of Canyon/Colorado began in 2006. That means we will soon see a complete redesign. It also means, with the Canyon nearing the end of its life, the changes for 2018 are minimal. But that’s not such a bad thing. GMC has included a few styling tweaks including new mirrors and two new colours: Marine Blue and Satin Steel. But let’s be honest, it looks better than the Colorado in any colour. However, drivers will be more interested in what’s under the hood.

Engines:

The base engine in the 2018 GMC Canyon is still the 2.5L 4-cylinder. It delivers 200 horsepower, 191 lb.-ft. of torque, and max trailering of 3,500 pounds. It’s capable and definitely fuel efficient for a pickup. But it’s the 2018 Canyon’s other two engines that will steal the show.

Next, is the 3.6L V6. It gets 308 horsepower and 275 lb.-ft. of torque. GMC has also included Active Fuel Management to reduce the number of cylinders in use when performance demands are low. That means as you pull out of your driveway, or cruise at low speeds, you aren’t wasting fuel with full 6-cylinder operation.

Last, is a Duramax 2.8L I-4 Turbo Diesel. The engine cranks out 181 horsepower and a stunning 369 lb.-ft. of torque. It’s paired with a six-speed automatic transmission. The diesel engine is available on SLE models and up.

Canyon

Notably for 2018, a 7” IntelliLink Screen is replacing the standard 4.2” model. That’s a welcome adjustment that defeats the need for eye strain. And you can use it for the Rear Vision Camera that’s standard across the lineup. Obviously, it makes parking, and reversing in general, much easier. That’s particularly welcome with the Canyon being such a big small truck. All 2018 Canyons also come with projector-type LED signature headlamps. LEDs are both brighter and longer-lasting than traditional bulbs.

Canyon SLE

The 2018 Canyon SE elevates the standard of comfort and style quite quickly. Upgrades to the aluminum interior trim and soft-touch instrument panel. The Steering wheel is leather-wrapped. And Remote Keyless Entry. The SLE’s infotainment screen is 8”. It works in accordance with the 4.2” Driver Information Center. Other standard equipment includes:

  • Fog lamps
  • EZ-lift tailgate
  • 17” Blade Silver Wheels
  • Auto-dimming mirror

Canyon SLT

It also comes standard with the 3.6L engine, paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission. The shorter distance between gears results in smoother acceleration and improved fuel economy. The 2018 GMC Canyon SLT also comes with:

  • Standard Remote Start
  • Front heated seats
  • Chrome folding heated mirrors
  • 18” Polished Aluminum Wheels

Canyon Denali

GMC Denali is the peak of professional grade. As you probably expect, the Canyon Denali will feature custom stitching and badging as well as premium interior materials. You also heated/ventilated leather seats, heated steering wheel, and burnished aluminum trims. The Canyon Denali comes with the latest safety technology, too. Lane Departure Warning keeps you centered while driving and Forward Collision Alert helps avert some life-threatening collisions by using sensors at the front of your truck. Other Denali equipment includes:

  • Standard trailering package
  • 20” Ultra-Bright Aluminum Wheels
  • Spray-on bedliner
  • Bose Premium Surround Sound

The 2018 GMC Canyon will be arriving fall 2017. Visit here for more information

 

The Cadillac ATS-V & CTS-V: The Fastest Names In Luxury

Cadillac ATS-V

Any car shopper from the past few years that hasn’t driven a Cadillac is doing themselves a disservice. Like in decades past, the experience remains smooth and infinitely comfortable. However, there’s also a growing movement toward elite racing dynamics and athletic driving performance. Specifically, the Cadillac ATS and CTS have become thrilling sedans with stiff suspensions, tight handling, and well-tuned engines. These vehicles are the beneficiaries of the Cadillac V-Series, Cadillac’s top-of-the-line, race-ready vehicles.

2017 Cadillac ATS-V (MSRP $68,395)

Cadillac says the 2017 ATS-V has “roots in the performance racing circuit”. But that’s an understatement. Among the sensible, anything on four wheels that can travel from 0-97 km/h in 3.8 seconds is a racecar. And that’s before mentioning it’s 304 km/h top speed. To get up to that pace quickly, the ATS-V also features Launch Control, a system that reaches optimal RPM and traction conditions before you release the brake to ensure optimal acceleration off the line.

  • 3.6L Twin-Turbo Engine with 464-horsepower.
  • Carbon Fibre Hood
  • ZF Steering System
  • Brembo Brakes
  • Magnetic Ride Control
  • Electronic Limited Slip Differential
  • Performance Traction Management System

Of course, the ATS-V is still a Cadillac. And that means owners get a high standard of interior comfort. Features like Bose Premium Audio and Active Noise Cancellation and leather seats with sueded microfiber inserts are standard.

CTS-V (MSRP $93,110)

The Cadillac CTS-V is even an even greater track monster than its younger brother. Somehow, Cadillac has found space underneath the hood for a supercharged 6.2L V8 Engine with 640 horsepower and 630 lb.-ft. of torque. That’s good enough a top speed of 322 km/hr that I hope you never reach. And Despite all that force, Cadillac has taken great steps to ensure that you’re comfortable. 20-way adjustable performance semi-aniline seats with microfibre inserts are standard. They also feature heating and ventilation to ensure comfort in all conditions.

Other standard features include:

  • Front and rear Brembo brakes
  • Bose 13-Speaker Premium Audio
  • Wireless Charging Pad
  • Carbon Fiber Hood
  • 8-Speed Automatic Transmission with Magnesium Shifters

It’s Smart, Too

The 2017 Cadillac CTS-V comes with some of the latest safety technology including Forward Collision Alert, Following Distance Indicator, Side Blind Zone Alert and Lane Change Alert, and Lane Keep Assist with Lane Departure Warning. Given the CTS-V’s power, the included safety tools are almost necessary. But when you can launch from 0-96 km/h in 3.7s, it might be nice if it came with a parachute.

Cadillac V-Performance Academy

The Cadillac V-Performance Academy is a school for Cadillac ATS-V and CTS-V owners. The academy is held at Spring Mountain Motor Resort and Country Club. Located a short drive west of the Las Vegas strip, Spring Mountain is an oasis for enthusiasts to buy, service, and drive their racecars. During the V-Performance Academy, the track belongs to Cadillacs, as owners learn advanced driving skills from the professionals. The program is intended to help owners get the most out of their vehicle, but also to expand their driving skillset in order to remain safe and confident on the road.

Enrollment in the Cadillac V-Performance Academy is included in the purchase of new 2017 and 2018 V-Series vehicles. Cadillac provides airfare, two-nights’ accommodations, food – and, of course, training. They lend you the same V-Series model that you purchased. All you need to provide is a lead foot and an open mind (and maybe some sunscreen).

The 2018 GMC Acadia: Family Fun

The 2018 GMC Acadia

If you have a growing family, you may need three rows for your family, but you don’t have the heart to listen to the automatic slide door of a Honda Odyssey shut the book on your youth. Well, there are options for those who need more passenger (or cargo) space, but aren’t interested in minivans. The 2018 GMC Acadia midsize SUV is one of those options. And, frankly, it’s one the most attractive ones.

The 2018 GMC Acadia

What you’ll immediately notice is the style. The GMC Acadia does not look like it has three rows of seating. The exterior lines are sculpted and sharp, giving the impression of a much smaller vehicle. At the same time, the 2018 Acadia retains the rugged strength that has become GMC’s signature. The grille of the SLT model is the winner of the bunch with three sharply cut slats. Finally, any of the wheel options, beginning with the standard 17” painted aluminum wheels, portray the same degree of toughness and style.

Power

Usually, drivers of family-oriented vehicles usually aren’t interested in detailed engine specifications. They like to know that their vehicles can move quickly and quietly, while keeping up at highway speeds. And, under those criteria, the 2018 Acadia is won’t disappoint. The base engine is a 2.5L inline four with 193 horsepower. While that unit won’t set the world alight, it’s capable of pushing the Acadia along comfortably. Towing capacity is obviously limited, but you get great fuel economy (10.1 L/100km combined) considering the Acadia’s size. And,If you upgrade to the 3.6L V6, you get 4 times more towing capacity and 310 horsepower.

Interior

Comfort has been significantly improved over the previous year’s model. Passengers in any of the seats will have enough legroom and head clearance for substantial driving durations (but whoever ends up in the middle of the rear bench will probably still complain). As a welcome consequence of the enlarged center console, the driver gets a more stable rest for their arm (drive with two hands on the wheel or whatever).

The fit and finish, as drivers may have come to expect from GMC are exceptional. There is ample space for drivers and passengers and comfort is prevalent. However, the Denali trim is not as refined as in the brands other models. But we can expect this to improve as the Acadia enters the middle years of its model cycle.

Admittedly, the cargo space behind the third row of seating is minimal. So, if you need to move seven people and a mountain of gear, you might be out of luck. But that’s really the consequence of GMC making the Acadia trim and stylish. It doesn’t look like a minivan, so you can’t expect it to be as capacious as one. That being said, when you fold down the third row, you’ll have enough room for almost anything you need to haul. If you need gear for a weeklong camping expedition and four people, no problem.

Safety

As you probably expect from GMC, the 2018 Acadia has an impressive suite of safety technology. That’s especially reassuring when you’re driving a vehicle the size of the Acadia. No, it’s not as big as the Yukon, but when you’re driving with your family it’s nice to know that your vehicle has your back. Available safety technology includes:

  • Automatic Emergency Braking
  • Blind-Spot Monitoring
  • Forward Collision Warning
  • Lane-Departure Warning
  • Lane-Keeping Assist

While the Acadia is neither the ultimate stylish crossover, or shameless people-mover, it strikes a pleasant balance between the two. GMC really hit the right notes with the exterior styling. And the

Meet the 2018 GMC Sierra: Arriving This Fall

The 2018 GMC Sierra

The 2018 GMC Sierra is coming soon and it’s bound to shatter even the most optimistic expectations for the next generation of professional grade.

The chrome belt moulding makes a strong first impression. And that impression isn’t disappointed by the features that follow. An aggressive wheel lineup, bold grilles with top cutouts, and signature LEDs combine to create the most distinctive Sierra yet. And with practical features like the CornerStep rear bumper and integrated handholds, GMC flagship backs up its good looks.

Lighting

LED is more than the hot buzzword in automotive lighting. First off, LED lights can last over 20 years. LEDs also use more than 80% of the energy consumed toward generating light. Meanwhile, halogens waste 80% on producing heat. Finally the pure white light of LEDs penetrate fog and the dark much better than yellow halogens. The point is, you’ll be glad that GMC has is offering LED fog lamps, signatures, tail lamps, and box lights on the 2018 Sierra. Oh, and you can get IntelliBeam technology that automatically switches your high beams off when detecting oncoming traffic.

Interior

In spite of the power, the 2018 GMC Sierra cabin is remarkably quiet. The doors are triple sealed and both the engine and body are hydraulic mounted to reduce vibrations. Finally, the available Bose Active Noise Cancellation emits negative waves to shut out unwanted sounds from the road and engine. The combination of all these engineering feats is the quietest Sierra cabin ever – where you can focus on the rest of the interior improvements.

You’ll find premium materials on the seats, steering wheel, and available soft-touch instrument panel. You can get heated/ventilated seats and a heated steering wheel. There’s also an available aluminum trim accents for a first-class finish. Wireless charging pad and OnStar 4G LTE are also available. That means you can stay connected and be productive on the job site or the road.

Performance

People buy pickups to do work. That’s why, when it comes to buying one, performance is the most important factor. The base engine is a 4.3L EcoTec3 V6 with 285 horsepower and 305 lb.-ft. of torque. This engine provides the perfect balance of power and fuel savings for urban drivers. Plus, every engine comes with Active Fuel Management. AFM reduces the number of cylinders in use when performance demands are low in order to save you money on fuel.

New for the 2018 GMC Sierra is a 5.3L EcoTec3 V8 eAsssist. The engine is a small hybrid setup. A fuel cell delivers extra torque and acceleration while allowing the engine to run longer in four-cylinder mode. The battery recharges itself using regenerative braking and should increase fuel economy in general. While it’s a small first step, the hybrid powertrain could hint at what GMC has in store for the future.

All 2018 GMC Sierra Engines

  • 4.3L EcoTec3 V6 – 285 HP + 305 lb.-ft of torque
  • 5.3L EcoTec3 V8 – 355 HP + 383 lb.-ft of torque
  • 6.2L EcoTec3 V8 – 420 HP + 460 lb.-ft of torque
  • 5.3L EcoTec3 V8 eAssist – 355 HP + 383 lb.-ft of torque

Whichever engine you choose, you get the  confidence and peace of mind reserved only for professional grade drivers. Keep your eyes open for the 2018 GMC Sierra arriving at the beginning of fall, 2017.

 

The 2018 Buick Regal GS: More than a Comfortable Daily Driver

The 2018 Buick Regal GS

Natural associations with the brand “Buick” are comfort, luxury, and… maturity. But consumer beliefs and tendencies aren’t always aligned with the truth. If they were, Chevrolet wouldn’t be discontinuing the exceptional SS and Train wouldn’t be played on the radio. In the past few years, Buick has been playing a delicate balancing act. It’s building cars and crossovers that maintain a strong a link to the brand’s heritage of comfort and affordable luxury. But, at the same time, Buick is starting to deliver style, ultra-modern technology, and even performance. Look at the 2018 Buick Regal GS, for example. 

The 2018 Buick Regal GS

The 2018 Buick Regal GS is perhaps Buick’s most exciting vehicle in years. It’s a thrilling high performance vehicle disguised as commute-friendly sedan. This is what Duncan Aldred, Buick Global’s vice president, had to say about it:

This is a sport sedan designed for everyday driving, but one that makes every drive special. The new Regal GS hits the sweet spot of the market: more refined and luxurious than the mainstream, more value for the price with style and premium features on par with higher-end competitors, and with standard features like AWD with active twin clutch and a rear sportback design that will surprise customers with its usefulness.

High Performance

Naturally, the Regal GS is loaded with performance upgrades that make it almost unrecognizable from the standard Regal. Let’s start with the powerplant. The 2018 Regal GS offers a remarkable 3.6L V6 engine that cranks out 310 horsepower. But it’s not just raw power. Buick has included technology that automatically drops down to four-cylinder function when performance demands are low – ie., at low, stable speeds. This drastically increases fuel economy and brings the sport sedan in line with traditional Buick practicality.

Standard all-wheel drive gives drivers of the Regal GS a feeling of tremendous confidence. Meanwhile, the Continuous Damping Control system monitors the road and makes 500 adjustments per second to ensure appropriate wheel grip. The drive mode has GS and Sport Modes to suit conditions and demands. Buick has also included brakes by Brembo, sport-tuned exhaust, and sport steering wheel and pedals.

Low Impact

Of course, Buick has also included tons of features dedicated to comfort and convenience. There’s an available head-up display to project customizable driving data on the base of the windshield. You also get standard 4G LTE WiFi and an 8-inch customizable touch screen interface. For comfort, you’ll find only premium materials, like you’d expect in any Buick. You can choose AGR-certified performance seats with massage, heating, and cooling. They’re certified by the Campaign for Healthier Backs, so you don’t have to worry about pushing the accelerator.

Other highlights include:

  • 3.6L, 310-HP V6
  • AGR Performance Seats
  • Nine-Speed Automatic Transmission
  • Continuous Damping Control
  • Standard 19-Inch Wheels
  • Unique Fascias, Skirts, and Spoiler

The 2018 GMC Terrain

“Terrain helped define the premium compact SUV segment and the all-new 2018 model elevates it with a stronger roster of standard and available features,” said Duncan Aldred, vice president of Global GMC. “GMC’s proven SUV experience makes it a more compelling choice than ever, with a strong blend of design, functionality and engineering excellence.”

Meet the 2018 GMC Terrain.

The 2018 GMC Terrain

The most obvious result of the upgrade is the aesthetic improvements. Overall, the Terrain is sleeker and smoother. The rectangular grille of the previous generation has been supplanted by a rounder, more refined front end. In the SLE and SLT trims, the grille features three sharp, horizontal slats. GMC has made the C pillars semi-transparent, giving the appearance of a floating roof. Also, the headlamps, with LED signatures, appear in a sharp curve.

Performance

GMC has made several turbocharged engines available, including a 1.6L diesel, and 1.5L and 2.0L gasoline variants. The base 1.5L will deliver 170 horsepower. The 2.0L, standard on the Terrain Denali, has 252 horsepower. Both of the gasoline engines will be paired with new nine-speed automatic transmissions for better acceleration and fuel economy. For entertainment, GMC has made OnStar 4G LTE WiFi and Android Auto and Apple CarPlay standard. But those aren’t the most exciting pieces of tech inside the Terrain.

Electronic Precision Shift

The 2018 GMC Terrain will also introduce Electronic Precision Shift (EPS). In contrast to its somewhat obtuse name, EPS is an elegant candidate to replace the shift lever. Some people are reluctant to part with their beloved shift levers. They may enjoy the firm response like that of a space shuttle’s throttle, or the fact that most shift knobs are terrible and sit next to your stereo’s volume knob.

Either way, EPS should be received as a nice compromise. Drive and Reverse settings are flipped like switches, while Park and Neutral are pressed like buttons. The EPS panel is just below the entertainment and climate controls. In a highly competitive vehicle segment, every advantage is important. And eliminating the shift lever frees up cargo space in between the front seats adding extra practicality to the Terrain.

Trims

The 2018 terrain will be available in several of GMC’s traditional trims.

  • SLE (Starting MSRP $30,195)
  • SLT  (Starting MSRP $37,695)
  • Denali AWD (Starting MSRP $41,695)

As you expect, when you upgrade to Denali, you get the best in comfort and style. The chrome web pattern replaces the base-model grille. GMC has covered body-coloured sideview mirrors with chrome. Seats are high quality leather with Denali stitching. The Terrain Denali also gets a standard suite of safety technology to help you master the road.

  • Side Blind Zone Alert with Lane Change Alert
  • Rear Cross Traffic Alert
  • Rear Park Assist
  • Safety Alert Seat

Obviously, the 2018 GMC Terrain is shaping up to be one of the most exciting crossovers of 2017. GMC has stated it will be available for purchase at the end of the summer.

Buick Enclave Avenir

The 2018 Buick Enclave Avenir

 

After launching an Avenir concept vehicle, Buick pivoted and announced that Avenir would be the new name of their luxury sub-brand. It wasn’t clear at the time what that would entail, but now Buick have released details about the Avenir brand’s first vehicle.

Avenir

The Buick Avenir concept car debuted in 2015 as a sleek sedan with Jaguar-esque contours and a low profile. Many were disappointed that Buick didn’t approve production. Nevertheless,  the Avenir inspired Buick’s gradual reinvention. Now, Buick have decided to cement the Avenir’s importance to their company by lending its name to their luxury offerings. The first vehicle to launch under the Avenir label will be the 2018 Enclave.

2018 Enclave

Arguably, the Enclave is the most stylish Buick in recent memory. It is, therefore a worthy candidate for Avenir badging. Further, Buick reports that 90% of Enclave purchases involved the vehicle in its top two trim levels. Duncan Aldred, vice president of Global Buick and GMC, says, “It’s a beacon for the modern, attainable luxury Buick stands for and is a natural place to launch Avenir.” It doesn’t hurt that the Enclave is one of Buick’s most popular vehicles.

The Avenir concept wasn’t completely abandoned. One feature that survived was the new grille. The 3-dimensional mesh front with chrome wings sets the tone for an overwhelmingly elegant SUV. Add 20-inch, six-spoke wheels with a pearl nickel finish. Meanwhile, the interior is an Avenir signature, featuring Chestnut and Ebony with contrast stitching and embroidered headrests. The steering wheel with wood accents, sill plates, and even floor mats have all been framed in the Avenir design philosophy. All of these pieces look even better in the light afforded by the standard dual sunroof.

Additional Enclave Avenir features include:

  • Heated and ventilated front seats
  • Heated second-row seats
  • Navigation, wireless charging, & 8” cluster display
  • 360-degree surround vision camera system for easier parking
  • Rear camera mirror

That last feature might be of particular interest. The Enclave Avenir will be the first Buick to receive a rear camera mirror. Also, the system will expand the rear field of vision by an estimated 300 percent. When added to the rest of the available safety technology, the Enclave Avenir really shines. Common features like lane keeping and blind spot monitoring are, of course available, but you can also get advanced features like full-speed Forward Automatic Braking.

The luxury market is hotly contested one, and it could be difficult for Buick to make headway. But, if the company sticks to providing standard first-class features at fair prices, and if the rest of the 2018 lineup follows from the Enclave, Buick stands a chance.

Meet the 2018 GMC Terrain

2018 GMC Terrain

According to vice president of global GMC Sales and Marketing, Duncan Aldred, “GMC’s strong growth over the past decade is due in large part to Terrain.” 700,000 of the first-generation Terrain have been sold in North America since 2009. Now, GMC is redesigning the widely popular Terrain for 2018. The hard angles that defined earlier models have been abandoned. GMC has smoothed out the interior into elegant lines. But the visual shakeup is hardly the most interesting change.

2018 GMC Terrain Electronic Percision Shift
GMC’s New EPS

Shifting from Levers

GMC’s biggest announcement was the removal of the shift lever. Electronic Precision Shift, a row of buttons and switches, will replace standard shifter. Neutral and Park are buttons, while Drive and Reverse must be pulled like switches. The difference will (hopefully) keep drivers from selecting the wrong mode. While it might seem strange to get rid of shift levers, the move frees up space in the center console. Room for storage has always been important to SUV buyers. But in a crowded market space, it’s hard to distinguish your brand. GMC hopes EPS is the kind of solution that will help them stand out.

2018 GMC Terrain Conquerors

GMC has revamped the Terrain’s powertrain selection as well. Buyers can choose from:
1.5L Turbo DOHC DI
2.0L Turbo DOHC DI
1.6L Turbo Diesel

The 1.5L and 2.0L engines are complemented by new nine-speed automatic transmissions. The Ford and Chevrolet designed gearbox has never appeared in a GMC vehicle before.

Safety Technology

The 2018 Terrain will also be packed with a suite of available features represents the latest in safety technology:

Surround vision
Forward Collision Alert
Lane Change Alert
Lane Keep Assist
Low-Speed Forward Automatic Braking
And More

If you can’t wait until the release of the 2018 model, or if you’re really into shift levers, you can still find out why the GMC Terrain is one of North America’s favourite SUVs. Check out our inventory of brand-new Terrains.