The crossovers released for the 2020 year lineup do have something to boast about. The 2020 GMC Terrain is a name among them that has b now gathered a decent crowd of buyers around it with its stylish demeanor in Accord with some latest safety gears made standard for this year.
In other words, the 2020 GMC Terrain can be best described as a five-seat crossover SUV presented in a uniquely crafted style, while packing in a high level of ride and drive comfort attained with the help of a handful of standard technology equipment to convert manual driving efforts into automatic and mechanical ones.
To look at, the 2020 version of the GMC Terrain, appears to be a level higher than its Chevrolet counterpart Equinox, and that makes everyone believe strongly that it will certainly make a good small SUV option. That was our first impression when we saw the 2020 GMC Terrain at the Gloucester City GMC dealer showroom.
Did the 2020 Year Strengthen the Terrain Lineup
The changes for 2020 that made the Terrain lineup stronger are quite intriguing. The 2020 year earned the GMC Terrain one lucrative selling point, i.e., a diesel engine, that alone was enough to steal the show with its incredible fuel economy record by the EPA. But it won’t be any longer available with all-wheel drive configuration as GMC has limited its availability only as front-wheel drive specially on the SLE and SLT models.
But GMC didn’t stop there in upgrading the Terrain lineup for this year. So, a new list of safety features is included among the line of standard ones, that counts forward-collision alert in pair with automatic emergency braking, automatic high-beam headlights and lane-keep assist.
GMC has also done some cosmetic changes to the 2020 version to the 2020 lineup of its Terrain, by adding up an extra paint color along with a premium option package only for the Denali trim.
However, the 2020 year lineup of GMC Terrain sees the same trims named as SL, SLE, SLT, and Denali in which the creature comforting features keep escalating as you climb higher the price tags.
One of the staff at the Gloucester City GMC dealership showroom explained that any 2020 Terrain will either be powered by a 1.5- turbocharged inline-4 engine or a 2.0-liter capacitive one. It doesn’t take much effort to know that the 2.0-liter will be able to offer more power count and the ability to carry around 3,500 pounds of weight for towing. Following the current industry standard GMC too makes front-wheel-drive as standard and all-wheel-drive as optional for most of the Terrain trim versions. But to pair both the engines, there is only one standard 9-speed automatic transmission is been picked by the manufacturer.
Refreshed Feature Count
GMC has never been thrifty when it came to the feature count of any of its models like Terrain. So even the base model of the 2020 Terrain will make you feel rich with its well-equipped cabin. All of the 2020 Terrain models come with 17-inch wheels on the exterior front, while the infotainment section receives an upgrade with the installation of a 7.0-inch touchscreen display, while connectivity options offer you Bluetooth, integrity with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto and a high quality sound system.