In April this year GMC introduced at the New York Auto Show the 2013MY Terrain and now the automaker has published the price list for the Denali editions of the Terrain. Clients will be able to choose from one of the two engines: a 2.4-liter, 4-cylinder unit that pumps out 182 hp; along with a more powerful 3.6-liter V6 engine that delivers 301 hp.
With the first engine, the 2013 GMC Terrain Denali costs $35,350 for the front-wheel drive version, while with the more powerful engine it will set you back at least $36,850, also for the FWD model. These prices include the destination charge ($825). If you want the all-wheel drive system you must pay an additional $1,750 for each of the versions.
The Denali version of the 2013 GMC Terrain comes with an attractive chrome grille, alloy wheels, satin chrome accents, bespoke headlamp and taillight designs, while inside the cabin it features black leather door inserts and seats with red accent stitching, as well as an elegant mahogany wood trim. Some of the goodies that are not found on the regular Terrain include dual-flow dampers for the car’s front suspension, along with 8-way power front passenger seat.
Source: GMC via Carscoop