You have to love how carmakers say they are to reveal a new or refreshed model during the New York Auto Show, yet decide to expose it a day ahead, which is just what has happened with the 2016 GMC Terrain refresh.
The 2014 model of this truck has done well in terms of sales thanks to a decent design, and so this new refresh hopes to carry on with this success, and looking over the four 2016 GMC Terrain trim levels, it looks as though history could repeat itself.
GMC has not made too many changes, as it did not want to mess with its winning formula, instead they are just cosmetic ones, along with changes to those trim levels.
A review of the new trims for the 2016 GMC Terrain refresh shows there to be a choice of four, which are the SL, SLE (SLE-1 and SLE-2), SLT, as well as the Denali. All of these will get a new front fascia, which is sculpted with a chrome-outline and also adds more character.
All of these trims, except the SL will come with chrome accents on the grille, and the headlights have now been updated to the LED DRL variety, which helps to give these trucks more of a presence at night.
If you are thinking of going for the Denali model, then you will be pleased to know that it will come with some awesome looking the 19-inch alloys, whereas all the others will sport 18-inch rims.
For the complete list of revisions for this truck we ask that you head to the GMC press page.
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