(Model years 2019 - 1926 including exotics and classic cars)
Appearing on showrooms during the second part of 2017, the 2018 GMC Terrain explores increased refinement over the first-generation model it replaces. Embracing GMC's modern design DNA, the 2018 Terrain compact crossover features standard active grille shutters, soft-touch materials for the interior and GM's Teen Driver system. The restyled Terrain is offered with a pair of turbocharged gasoline engines as well as 1.6-liter diesel powerplant that generates 240 pound-feet of torque. Completely redesigned as a downsized but still larger crossover vehicle, the GMC Acadia adds a new tire fill alert features as standard equipment on all models. The 2018 Acadia also features a new All Terrain package combinable with the SLE and SLT trim level adding a body-color matching grille surround, dark chrome trim and unique interior accents. Base versions of the GMC Sierra 1500 as well as the Sierra 2500HD and Sierra 3500HD gain the added convenience of a seven-inch touchscreen audio unit and rear-vision camera. New exterior color options have also been incorporated on 2018 GMC Sierra models. The GMC Canyon gains the option of leather front seats with the All Terrain as well as a washer fluid level sensor on all models of the mid-sized pickup truck.