Available All-Wheel-Drive models feature the following modes:
As driving conditions change, the standard Traction Select System allows you to make real-time adjustments for optional capability. Front-Wheel Drive (FWD) models feature a Normal mode which improves vehicle acceleration on snow and ice covered roads.
This powerhouse engine boasts a 9-speed transmission, 170 hp and 203 lb-ft of torque.
This feature uses antilock braking to help provide a smooth, controlled descent on steep declines.
With Terrain’s versatile seating, this luxury compact SUV has the space to transport the whole family, or objects up to 8 feet long.
With Apple CarPlay™ compatibility, you have access to iPhone® features such as hands-free phone calls and messaging, Apple Music™, Apple Maps and more. Standard on all trim levels.
Keep a compatible smartphone powered up on the go with a convenient, available center console charging pad, no cables necessary. Standard on Denali.
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This feature uses a brief, gentle steering-wheel turn to alert you when you may be unintentionally drifting out of detected lane lines, so you can steer to stay safely in your lane. If needed, you may receive additional Lane Departure Warning alerts. System alerts do not occur if you’re using your turn signal or it detects you may be intentionally leaving your lane.
This feature works with Forward Collision Alert to help you avoid or reduce the severity of a front-end collision with a detected vehicle you’re following. This feature works at speeds below 50 mph. Camera technology is used to automatically provide hard emergency braking or enhance the driver’s hard braking.
This feature can help you avoid or reduce the severity of a front-end collision with a pedestrian it detects directly ahead of you. It provides pedestrian alerts and can even automatically provide hard emergency braking or enhance the driver’s hard braking. The system works at speeds below 50 mph during the daytime. It has limited nighttime and low-visibility performance.
This feature displays the gap time in seconds between your vehicle and a detected vehicle you’re following. This can help you decide if you’re following much too closely.