2014 GMC Terrain - SLE-2 FWD

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MSRP
$27,965
Invoice
$26,567
22 City - 32 Hwy

2014 GMC Terrain Summary

Changes for the 2014 GMC Terrain:

New aluminum wheel designs debut for SLE and SLT models, and the 2014 Terrain is offered in a new Silver Sky Metallic paint color.

Model Lineup:

The 2014 GMC Terrain is sold in SLE, SLT and Denali trim levels. The SLE model can be upgraded with an SLE-2 Package containing automatic climate control, IntelliLink technology, premium speakers, a power driver’s seat, upgraded cloth seating, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and roof rails.

The Terrain SLT includes these items plus leather upholstery, heated front seats and remote engine starting. An SLT-2 Package adds a power rear liftgate, a power sunroof, a universal remote control, and memory for the driver’s settings. Forward Collision Alert, Lane Departure Warning, and rear parking assist sensors are also included with this package, as well as additional chrome exterior trim including on the 18-inch aluminum wheels.

Denali models are equipped with SLT-2 equipment plus upscale exterior styling, unique wheels, an 8-way power front passenger’s seat, a Side Blind Zone Alert system, and a Rear Cross Traffic Alert system.

Engines and Transmissions:

A 2.4-liter 4-cylinder engine is standard for the 2014 Terrain, generating 182 horsepower and driving the crossover SUV’s front wheels through a 6-speed automatic transmission. A significantly more powerful 3.6-liter V-6 engine is optional, making 301 horsepower and 100 additional lb.-ft. of torque. An all-wheel drive system is also available for this model.

Fuel Economy Ratings:

When equipped with the standard 4-cylinder engine, the 2014 Terrain is rated to get 26 mpg in combined driving with front-wheel drive, and 23 mpg with AWD. Choose the optional V-6 engine, and the Terrain gets 20 mpg with front-drive and 19 mpg with AWD.

Safety Ratings:

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the 2014 Terrain receives an overall crash-test score of 4 stars. Note, though, that the SUV scores no lower than 4 stars in any individual assessment.

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) had not officially rated the 2014 Terrain as this summary was written. Last year, the SUV receives the highest rating of “Good” in all tests that were conducted. The Terrain’s front crash prevention rating was also deemed “Basic.” The IIHS has not conducted its difficult new small overlap frontal impact test on the Terrain as this summary was written.

Technology Highlights:

Every 2014 Terrain is equipped with Bluetooth connectivity and a color touchscreen radio, a reversing camera, and six free months of OnStar services including Automatic Crash Response, Crisis Assist, Emergency Services, and Stolen Vehicle Assistance and Slowdown features. Forward Collision Warning and Lane Departure Warning systems are options, as well as IntelliLink technology, rear parking assist sensors, a navigation system, a premium sound system, a rear-seat entertainment system.



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