After its New York Auto Show debut in April, GMC has released pricing for the luxed-up Denali editions of its revised 2013 Terrain SUV.
The Terrain Denail is available with two engine choices, a 182-horsepower 2.4-liter inline four priced from $35,350 for the front-wheel drive model, and the new 301-horsepower 3.6-liter V6 that starts at $36,850, again with FWD, with both MSRPs including an $825 destination charge.
Pairing all-wheel drive to either drivetrain will cost you an additional $1,750.
The Denali models feature unique styling cues such as the chrome grille, satin chrome accents, alloy wheels and headlamp and taillight designs on the outside, and black leather seats and door inserts with red accent stitching, and mahogany wood trim on the inside.
Additional standard amenities not found on the regular Terrain models include an eight-way power front passenger seat and dual-flow dampers for the front suspension.