There's a lot to love about the GMC Terrain, and that's what has made it such a popular vehicle choice for families and adventurous drivers alike. Today, we're taking a closer look at the differences you'll find between the 2017 GMC Terrain and 2016 GMC Terrain. By highlighting the engine specs and interior features, we hope to help you choose the right crossover SUV for your lifestyle, and your budget.
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Whichever model-year GMC Terrain you choose, we are sure you will love experiencing the luxury and commitment to quality that makes all the GMC vehicles stand out from the competition.
|2017 GMC Terrain||vs||2016 GMC Terrain|
|2.4-Liter I-4||Base Engine||2.4-Liter I-4|
|18" Silver Aluminum||Wheels||17" Silver Aluminum|
Starting with a look under the hood, you'll see that both the 2016 Terrain and 2017 Terrain feature a 2.4-liter four-cylinder base engine. With this engine, you can expect to get up to 182 horsepower and 172 lb-ft of torque. The 2017 Terrain has larger standard wheels than the 2016 Terrain, coming in at 18" and with a silver aluminum rim. Despite the small change in wheel size, the 2017 and 2016 Terrain look very similar.
When it comes to interior features, there isn't a lot of change in the Terrain for 2017. Both model years come with a standard six-speaker audio system and Bluetooth compatibility. Both crossovers feature a bright and colorful standard first-row LCD screen and convenient steering wheel audio controls. Whichever model suits your preferences in style and price, the GMC Terrain is a crossover with a lot to love inside and out.
Be sure to ask our team about the available active safety features for both the 2016 and 2017 GMC Terrain. It's worth the added confidence of knowing your vehicle has your back, even in tough driving conditions.