First Sales of 2013 GMC Terrain with Denali Trim will Start this Fall
The 2013 GMC Terrain is the latest to adopt the Denali tag with new trim and lightweight components. The model’s 3.0 liter engine will be replaced by a more powerful 3.6-liter V-6 engine producing an output of 301 horsepower and 272 pound-feet of torque. An integrated cylinder head/exhaust manifold design saves about 13 pounds compared to a non-integrated design, while a composite intake manifold saves about 5.5 pounds versus an aluminum intake.
Other upgrades on the model include a custom chrome grille, satin chrome accents all around, body-colored bumpers, revised head and tail-lamps, and chrome finish exhaust outlets. You get 18-inch wheels as standard on the 2.4-liter model and 19-inch wheels with the V-6. Safety features include forward collision alert and lane departure warning, side blind zone and rear cross traffic alert, and a programmable power liftgate all with standard Denali trim,. Available technologies include color touch navigation and a rear-seat entertainment system.
On the inside, Terrain Denalis feature soft-touch leather trim, in black, a leather-wrapped steering wheel with smoked mahogany wood accents and special wood trim around the dash, illuminated front sill plates, and an eight-way power adjustable driver and passenger seat. First sales of the 2013 GMC Terrain, including the Denali trim, will start this fall.