When GMC revealed its new small luxury SUV, the 2013 Denali model of the Terrain, at the New York Auto Show it left out some important details like pricing. Today GM has remedied that by providing full pricing details for the chrome covered crossover.
A base Terrain Denali will set you back $35,350 including the $825 destination charge. Traditionally Denali models come standard with most of the bells and whistles so the option list is relatively limited. Opting for a V6 engine over the base 2.4-liter four-cylinder will bring a $1,500 bill, but the engine comes bundled with 19-inch rims instead of the base 18-inch rolling stock. Buyers looking for all-wheel-drive are looking at a base price of $37,100, and the V6 is still extra on top of that. Aside from some random accessories, the only other real options are a color touch navigation system and a trailering package.
If you find yourself interested in the 2013 Terrain Denali, look for sales to start in the fall.