So you have decided to get a GMC Terrain, but you want to stand out from the droves of Terrains that are currently on the road. Well, GMC has the answer for you in the form of the 2015 Terrain Denali. Much like other Denali models, the Terrain Denali gets some new features that really seperate it from the pack.
The changes begin on the outside with a new mesh chrome grille, a choice of either eighteen or nineteen-inch wheels, new headlight and taillight designs, and a new rear skid plate with integrated exhaust outlets. Step inside and its apparent that GMC has worked hard to make the Terrain Denali a place to be comfortable. Soft touch leather and wood trim line the dash and door panels. Front seat passengers get leather wrapped seats with eight-way adjustments with heat. A large touchscreen radio comes with GMC's Intellilink infotainment system comes as standard, along with OnStar's 4G LTE system which allows the vehicle to become a Wi-Fi hotspot.
Powertrains for the GMC Terrain Denali include a 2.4L EcoTec four-cylinder with 182 horsepower and 172 pound-feet of torque, and a 3.6L V6 with 301 horsepower and 272 pound-feet of torque. Front-wheel drive is standard, while all-wheel drive is optional. As for fuel economy, the GMC Terrain Denali is rated at:
- 2.4L FWD: 22 City/32 Highway/26 Combined
- 2.4L AWD: 20 City/29 Highway/23 Combined
- 3.6L FWD: 17 City/24 Highway/20 Combined
- 3.6L AWD: 16 City/23 Highway/19 Combined
A 2015 GMC Terrain Denali will set you back $35,490 for the base 2.4L front-wheel drive model and climbs to $37,240 for the 3.6L V6 all-wheel drive model. Competitors to the Terrain Denali include the Ford Edge and Hyundai Santa Fe Sport.