For the 2020 model year, GMC makes safety more of a priority in the Terrain than ever before. All trim levels of the Terrain get a Pro Safety package equipped with active and passive driver aids. The package's active safety aids include lane-keep assist, lane departure warning, automatic emergency braking, forward collision alert, and the following distance indicator. Automatic high beams create a bolder exterior. 

An additional package adds on even more safety features such as blind-spot monitoring, adaptive cruise control, and rear cross-traffic alert. Parking sensors in the front and back make it easier to navigate the vehicle in and out of tight parking spaces. Performance and handling are improved this year, thanks to a new suspension system that mitigates road noise and makes rides in the Terrain even more comfortable. In 2020 there are nine paint colors available for the Terrain, including several premium colors available at an added cost. The exterior can be color-coordinated with the cabin, where you'll find three distinct colors for the seats. 
There are four trim levels of the 2020 GMC Terrain. They are the SL, SLE, SLT, and Denali. A new set of safety features is now standard on all four trims. The SLE and SLT get traction control, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and brighter HID headlamps this year, too. The Denali gets a new premium package that combines more safety features and creature comforts.
With this package, you'll get more advanced safety technology like adaptive cruise control, as well as heated seats in the back and ventilated front seats. LED headlamps and classic C-shaped lights make the Denali stand out night and day. A hands-free programmable liftgate simplifies errands, vacations, and your workdays. Front and rear parking assist sensors are standard on the 2020 Denali trim level. 
The 2020 GMC Terrain can be outfitted with one of two gasoline engines. The base is a 1.5L turbo. It has a power output of 170 HP and over 200 LB-FT of torque. The base engine gives the Terrain a 1,500-pound towing capacity. A new engine, which is optional on select trims, is a 2.0L turbo. This engine has a higher power output of 252 HP. With this added power, along with nearly 60 more LB-FT of torque, the larger engine boosts the SUV's towing capacity to 3,500 pounds. Front-wheel drive is standard, but all-wheel drive is available for those who want more traction and control on slippery, snowy, and icy roads.  
With all the safety features it offers, it's probably no surprise that the 2020 Terrain gets a five-star safety crash test rating. Of all the passive and active safety features it offers, some of the standout safety features on the Terrain are side blind zone warning and rear cross-traffic alert. The driver's seat cushion also vibrates to warn drivers of impending dangers. With these features, it is clear the 2020 Terrain is worth taking for a spin. Contact us today if you're interested in getting behind the wheel and experiencing this vehicle for yourself.