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The crossover SUV segment is jam-packed with an unlimited supply of brands, equipment, features, pros and cons. But there's just one SUV in this segment that consumers can't seem to pass up year after year – the GMC Terrain. While the Terrain only sees minor tweaks for 2017, it continues to be a top choice due to its roomy backseat, quiet and comfortable ride, and powerful V6 engine that leaves its competitors in the dust. When our customers are seeking an SUV that is sure to please, the 2017 GMC Terrain is our top choice.
For our customers that want options, they are excited to learn about the 2017 GMC Terrain. This SUV offers lots to choose from like five trim levels and optional packages. For many, the most sought-after trim lands right in the middle of the Terrain's 2017 lineup – the SLE-2. The SLE-2 comes equipped with niceties like LED daytime running lights, automatic climate control, eight-way power driver seat, and heated mirrors. Consumers also enjoy the SLE-2's electronics list, which includes:
Tack on the Convenience package and get even more, like heated front seats and remote engine start.
There's no denying safety is important, which is why high-tech safety systems have become such a hot commodity. The 2017 GMC Terrain is a great choice for those seeking all of the latest and great in high-tech safety features. It offers two Driver Alert packages that include:
One system that is of special interest to consumers is the Terrain's OnStar emergency communications system. This system is found in all Terrain trims, and increases safety with automatic crash notification, emergency assistance button, remote door unlocking and stolen vehicle locator.
It's common to find a vehicle that provides good ride quality, but lacks in road performance, or vice versa. But the 2017 GMC Terrain excels in both. With comfort-tuned suspension, bumps and other imperfections along the road are quickly absorbed, leaving occupants with an enjoyable ride. Aiding in the excellent ride quality of the 2017 Terrain is its extensive sound-deadening measures that make it ultra quiet, even at fast highway speeds.
Road performance is also good in the 2017 Terrain. While consumers are given the choice between a four-cylinder or V6 engine, the best performance lies in the 3.6-liter V6. Paired to a six-speed automatic transmission, the V6 creates 301 horsepower and 272 pound-feet of torque – numbers that provide enough power and strength to easily tackle roadways. This engine pairing is also able to tow up to 3,500 pounds, which proves to be more than enough for most.
To learn more about why the 2017 GMC Terrain is such a popular choice among consumers, visit our dealership in Emmaus, PA.