The 2013 GMC Terrain will get the full-on Denali treatment for the new model year, adding plenty of upscale creature comforts, Denali-exclusive style upgrades and “the longest list of advanced safety features ever for a GMC.” Of course, the Terrain Denali also will receive a Denali-esque price increase: Drivers can currently get into the entry-level Terrain for $25,560, but the Denali model will start at $35,350. And that’s with an I4 engine and front-wheel drive. Choosing all-wheel drive requires an additional $1,750, with a further bump of $1,500 necessary to enjoy the Terrain’s advanced V6.
Still, even at that price point, the Terrain Denali will undercut the smaller Audi Q5 by a few hundred dollars and cost more than $3,000 less than the also smaller BMW X3. The 2013 GMC Terrain Denali is slated to go on sale later this year, but readers can keep on clicking for an early peek at what the new vehicle has to offer.