2019 GMC Terrain

Small crossovers are still in advantage over its bigger and smaller siblings. This class offers the perfect balance between power output, safety, fuel economy, and value. Others are either too expensive or spend too much gas. Also, maintenance is affordable comparing to the big SUVs with huge engines. Among the best of the bests, we can expect upcoming 2019 GMC Terrain. General Motors is parent company to few carmakers, but this crossover is one of the most important vehicles. It represents GM in compact class in the major market in the world.

2019 GMC Terrain styling

Although small, the SUV offers plenty of storage area. This is one of the major advantages in the segment. Also, 2019 GMC Terrain will return extreme comfort for passengers on front and rear seats. There is plenty of room for legs and head even for taller occupants. Outside, minor updates are possible. The company will refresh color palette for exterior and interior. Front, the bumper will see a revisit, while on the back, same is happening with exhaust tips and taillights.

2019 GMC Terrain rear

2019 GMC Terrain engine

There will be three drivetrain options for the upcoming 2019 GMC Terrain. Base units will be equipped with a 1.5-liter turbo-four unit. The engine will return 170 hp and 200 pound-feet of torque, which is 60 lb-ft and 80 hp less than 2.0-liter mill can do. As the more potent alternative, also turbo-four drivetrain consumes more fuel. Cost for extra power is 2 mpg worse combined mileage. If this is the most important to you, then your pick should be a diesel engine. A 1.6-liter displacement is using a turbocharger to achieve 140 horses and 240 lb-ft of torque. Also, it is going to return 40 mpg on the open road.

2019 GMC Terrain front

2019 GMC Terrain conclusion

Mileage of the diesel engine will be the major advantage of the 2019 GMC Terrain. However, some drivers could feel the lack of power. If petrol drivetrains can’t satisfy your needs, then you should move on to bigger class. GMC also responds to these challenges with the new Yukon on the way. However, this crossover cost significantly higher than $25,000. Properly equipped, GMC Terrain can cost even above $30,000.

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