As for the 2018 Terrain, GM is betting big on the compact crossover segment with both the Terrain and 2018 Chevrolet Equinox, both of which move to the D2XX platform to fill out each brand’s portfolio. At GMC, there was a major focus on differentiating the 2018 Terrain from its Equinox sibling, and that meant trying to move it in a more premium direction.
So, inevitably, we’re here to ask if the 2018 GMC Terrain is hot or not.
We will say the new Terrain looks much better in person. Its chiseled lines don’t seem to photograph nearly as well as the presence it possesses in person. Up front, plenty of angles and character lines a present to represent GMC’s “Precision” motif, and the rear wears new, angular taillamps.
The entire profile looks nothing like the 2018 Equinox, especially from the side. A floating roofline plays with intriguing C and D-pillars for a unique look we haven’t seen from GMC.
Overall, we actually think the 2018 Terrain is quite a looker. It looks upscale and doesn’t borrow too heavily from what other designs currently are on the market.
But, we shall turn it to you. Vote in our poll and talk to us in the comment section below.