2018 GMC Terrain V6 All-Turbo Review & Changes – You might have realized that compact crossovers are kind of a big deal these days. After eight years on sale, GMC is ultimately obtaining a new version of its littlest ute, the Terrain, for 2018. And it can’t get there a time too quickly. The 2018 GMC Terrain made its first appearance tonight on the eve of the 2017 Detroit Auto Show.
The 2018 Terrain looks to be completely new and is now developed on GM’s D2XX platform. It once again gives a platform and major elements with the Chevrolet Equinox; like the 2018 Equinox, the Terrain will offer three engines, including two turbocharged gas four-cylinders and a turbodiesel four.
The base 1.5-liter gas four makes 170 horsepower and 203 pound-feet of torque, although the 2.0-liter inline-four puts out 252 hp and 262 lb-ft. (The 2.0 essentially requires the place of the 3.6-liter V6 provided in the outgoing Terrain.) GM’s 1.6-liter diesel four will also be accessible, producing 137 hp and 240 lb-ft of torque in this application.
Each gas engines will be paired with nine-speed automatic transmissions, whilst the diesel will get a six-speed auto. No fuel-economy statements have already been made, but we anticipate the new models to outdo the current versions, with the diesel getting to around 40 mpg on the EPA highway cycle.