2021 GMC Terrain Performance Specs

November 30th, 2020 by

2021 GMC Terrain
Whether you are looking to upgrade your Edmonton-area commute or want a compact SUV to complement your active lifestyle, the
new GMC Terrain is the one for you. While the 2021 GMC Terrain performance specs largely carry over from the 2020 model, there are a few changes to note Learn more about the Terrain engine options, fuel economy, and trailering capability in this guide from Capital GMC Buick. 

 

2021 GMC Terrain: Engine Options

Although the diesel engine will no longer be offered in the 2021 Terrain lineup, you’ll still have the choice between two powerful and efficient 4-cylinder engines. Two-wheel drive and all-wheel drive are offered, allowing you to pick the Terrain model that has the capability you need on Sherwood Park roads. Check out the following Terrain engine specs:

1.5L Turbo 4-cylinder Engine (2WD)

  • Horsepower: 170-hp 
  • Torque: 203 lb-ft of torque

2.0L Turbocharged 4-Cylinder Engine (AWD)

  • Horsepower: 252 hp
  • Torque: 260 lb-ft of torque

There has been no information released on the specs of the all-new 2021 GMC Terrain AT4 model. What we do know is that the AT4 will provide premium off-road power and the rugged capability needed to conquer even the most challenging trails in the Leduc area. Check back with Capital GMC Buick to learn more about the Terrain AT4 engine specifications as information becomes available.

2021 GMC Terrain: Trailering Capacity

With the base 1.5L engine and two-wheel drive, the 2021 Terrain provides a trailering capacity of 680 kilograms. If you opt for the 2.0L engine with all-wheel drive, you’ll enjoy a maximum trailering capacity of 1,588 kilograms. These capacities are the same as the 2020 Terrain trailering specs, so you can still count on the ability to tow a small trailer, boat, or ATV, depending on which engine you choose. The available Tow/Haul Mode of the Terrain Traction Select System will further enhance your trailering experience.

2021 GMC Terrain: Fuel Economy

Efficient performance is a must for any Edmonton driver, and in this regard the 2021 GMC Terrain will not disappoint. Take a look at the estimated fuel economy rating for each engine/drivetrain configuration below:

1.5L Engine (2WD)

  • City: 9.2 L/100 km
  • Highway: 7.8 L/100 km

2.0L Engine (AWD)

  • City: 9.6 L/100 km
  • Highway: 8.3 L/100 km

Get Behind the Wheel of the New GMC Terrain Today at Capital GMC Buick!

We think you’ll agree that the 2021 GMC Terrain performance specs will meet your driving needs, but the best way to find out is to contact us to schedule a road test. Learn more about the Terrain interior features, and make sure to explore our new vehicle specials before you visit to get the best deal possible on your new Terrain SUV. Want to continue your research? Check out our Terrain vs. Chevy Blazer and Terrain vs. Chevy Equinox comparisons. If you have any questions, please feel free to give us a call at (780) 435-4000.

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