September 22, 2009
Oshawa, Ontario – General Motors has announced that the all-new GMC Terrain five-passenger crossover SUV is now on sale, with a starting price of $27,465 for front-wheel drive, and $29,075 for all-wheel drive.
“Built right here in Ingersoll, Ontario, the Terrain is the latest offering from GMC and takes the brand’s engineering expertise and truck heritage into a smaller segment at the heart of today’s crossover market,” said Marc Comeau, vice-president of sales, service and marketing. “With its bold styling, generous amenities and segment-best highway fuel economy, we think Terrain will appeal to consumers looking for a distinctive alternative to typical crossover offerings.”
The base SLE1 model comes standard with a new 2.4-litre direct-injection engine and six-speed automatic transmission, delivering highway fuel consumption of 6.1 L/100 km. Also available is a 3.0-litre direct-injection V6 engine.
The Terrain also offers a unique Multi-Flex rear seat configuration that can be optimized for either rear passenger legroom or up to 1,800 litres of cargo space behind the front seats.
Standard features include a segment-first integrated rearview backup camera system, six-speaker CD stereo with USB connectivity, six airbags, vehicle stability control and OnStar. The top-of-the-line SLT2 trim level, starting at $34,400, includes leather seating, premium Pioneer sound system, programmable power liftgate, rear park assist, sunroof, and chrome appearance package.
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