What’s the difference between the 2015 GMC Terrian & Terrain Denali

The Terrain Denali is the range-topping model in GMC’s Terrain compact crossover lineup. As with other Denali models, it boasts a monochromatic body kit, unique and upscale interior trimmings and a long list of standard features.

For the latest model year, the Terrain gains minor updates inside and out, including new trim on the bumper and an additional storage shelf on the center console.GMC Terrain

GMC Terrain Denali

The Denali is differentiated from the standard Terrain by a signature Denali chrome grille, satin chrome accents, monochrome front and rear fascias, monochrome rocker panels and satin chrome molding. Unique headlamp and taillamp designs add a bit of extra flair to the trucklet’s blocky design, while chrome exhaust tips for the V6 (or a single tip for the four-cylinder) adorn the rear. Inside, exclusive black leather adorns the seats and door inserts, while red French stitching contrasts on the dashboard. Smoked mahogany faux wood trim, Denali logos and illuminated door sills round out the package. Otherwise, the interior is much the same as in the standard Terrain, with a modern dashboard and well-organized center stack. Cargo space behind the rear seats is a useful 31.6 cubic feet, with 63.9 cubic feet available with the rear seats folded. Aside from cosmetics, the new trim level also adds dual-flow dampers, which provide a smoother ride and improved handling.

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