2013 GMC Terrain Denali Video

For the first time since it was introduced in 2010, the GMC Terrain is available in a Denali luxury trim. This top-of-the-line model offers more bling — and a $40,000 price tag. Unfortunately, some of the added accoutrements end up inhibiting the everyday drivability of the vehicle, according to Cars.com reviewer Mike Hanley.

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By Colin Bird | October 10, 2012 | Comments (2)

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Craig

Expensive and Ugly seem to be at the core of GM design these days.

Hi, this is Joe from GMC in Detroit. Thanks for the video review Mike.

I also wanted to point out some of the new technology on the Terrain Denali that you didn't get to cover in your video. It comes standard with a camera-based forward collision alert system that just won a "breakthrough" award from Popular Mechanics. The same camera is tied to the lane departure warning system that is also standard on the Denali trim.

One of the other features you didn't get to mention was the voice activation of the Intellilink system. You can control the radio, your smart phone and navigation via natural voice commands.

Thanks again for the review.

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