2018 GMC Terrain in Bozeman, MT
A new chapter is being written in the story of GMC crossover SUVs available at Billion Auto Group. The 2018 GMC Terrain in Bozeman, MT will arrive to the dealership's showroom with a brand new design that is more refined than ever before while also still allowing the vehicle to be one of the most practical models in its class. Future owners will be able to find peace of mind in the new advanced safety features added to the 2018 Terrain and tech savvy buyers will be able to stay connected to the outside world thanks to the brand's cutting edge connectivity options.
The new design language used for the 2018 GMC Terrain in Bozeman, MT is tied together with bolder, and more sculpted elements found inside and outside of the vehicle. Not only do these changes make the new GMC crossover SUV more recognizable, the changes have also been wind tunnel-tested to make the new Terrain more easily slice through the air. LED technology has been used for the daytime running lights and tail lights of the new GMC crossover. High-intensity discharge headlights will nearly turn night into day on SL, SLE and SLT models. Billion Auto Group customers will also be able to choose a Denali-branded 2018 Terrain.
When the 2018 GMC Terrain in Bozeman, MT arrives to dealers like Billion Auto Group, history is being made. Among the array of new power plants being offered is a brand new turbocharged, 1.6-liter diesel engine. The 2018 Terrain will be among the first vehicles in its class to offer a diesel engine. The other engines available with the new GMC Terrain include a turbocharged, 1.5- and 2.0-liter, four-cylinder options, both of which use gasoline. Both new gas-powered power plants are mated with a their own unique nine-speed automatic transmission. Models of the 2018 Terrain equipped with all-wheel drive have a new feature which can switch to front-wheel drive.
Shifting the 2018 GMC Terrain in Bozeman, MT into gear also takes on a new look for the new year. Instead of having a traditional shifter mounted on the steering column or on the floor, the GMC crossover uses a set of push buttons and pull triggers. Shifting into drive and park will be done by pushing a button mounted under the center stack. Putting the vehicle into reverse will require the driver to pull out a tab. GMC studies have shown that drivers introduced to this system displayed little trouble getting used to the new procedures. Also, the new design allows for more functional storage solutions.