There are a handful of brands that are uniquely positioned to take full advantage of soaring public interest in crossovers and SUVs, and GMC – alongside Land Rover and Subaru – is one of them. Long the truck-focused division of corporate parent General Motors, GMC has enjoyed rousing success thanks to sales of family-oriented vehicles like the Yukon, the Acadia, the Terrain, and the enormously profitable Denali luxury line.
It’s the smallest member of that SUV trio – the GMC Terrain – that has been thoroughly updated for the 2018 model year. Following in the footsteps of the equally-new Chevrolet Equinox, (which went on sale earlier this year, and with which the Terrain shares a platform), the Terrain offers a fresh look combined with a host of intriguing drivetrain changes that significantly alter the course of the previous generation.
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