2017 GMC Terrain Nightfall Edition Brings On The Black6
We already know part of the overarching strategy for Chevrolet will be plenty of special edition models to segment markets, but GMC is beginning to get in on the action too.
The 2017 GMC Terrain Nightfall Edition joins the GMC Canyon Nightfall and GMC Sierra All Terrain X as its third special edition vehicle within its portfolio of vehicles. The 2017 Terrain Nightfall comes at a crucial time in between the vehicle’s mid-cycle refresh, and an all new Terrain, keeping things fresh in the meantime.
“Building on its best year ever, Terrain continues to attract new and style-conscious customers to GMC,” said Duncan Aldred, vice president of GMC Sales and Marketing. “The new Terrain Nightfall Edition adds another great-looking and well-equipped choice for this popular SUV – one that will stand out in a crowd.”
GMC describes the Nightfall edition as “edgy” with its 18-inch, machine-faced aluminum wheels with gloss black spokes, a charcoal grill with a gloss black surround and accents, gloss black front and rear fascia accents, gloss black rear license plate surround trim, gloss black outside mirrors and black luggage rails. See the theme? Glossy black everything.
The Nightfall edition will be available in only Summit White, Graphite Gray Metallic, Crimson Red Metallic and, if you’re feeling extra dark, Onyx black. Each hue should look striking with the 2017 Terrain Nightfall’s glossy black contrasts.
The 2017 GMC Terrain Nightfall edition will arrive this fall in either SLE-2 or SLT trimmings.
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I think a Diamond edition Terrain would be cool! Anyone recall the Diamond edition Jimmy? I’ve seen a few here in Pgh, PA.
why could the wheels not be all black….?? that kind of spoils it, if you ask me.
All black looks great when new, clean, and shiny—but way too dull and dingy once it gets dirty. DMD
Having owned many black vehicles in my lifetime , there really isn’t anything cooler than a clean and detailed black automobile . It takes alot of work to keep them that way too . But if it’s something that you actually don’t mind trying to keep them spotless it shows when you are driving it on the road . For those of us that might be a bit anal about it , it’s something that you enjoy doing . So when you see that shiny black ride on the road you know how much attention to detail it takes . I have been that way since my very first car . I don’t know where it came from but it is something I enjoy doing and have a reputation for keeping my rides spotless .
The all black Terrain I’ve seen done for a couple of years now and like the look . I would like to see the Crymson Red Metallic done up in black trim . You have to give GM credit for producing what is a hot trend right now .
It looks pretty good esp. the wheels.
Yes this to me looks much better than the new Denali with the random added chrome that really was not needed.
The wheels here are the added touch to contrast the color.
Black cars are not difficult to keep if you know what to do an how to prepare it. I own two black cars and people think I work on them all the time when the truth is the right tools and the right product preserve the finish. Orbital buffers. 3M ultra fine Finesse, Mother California Gold paste and a Metro Air Force blow dryer are key into making life much more simple.
By the way stone chips are the easiest to touch up with solid black than any color. Sand and buff them out and they vanish.