2018 Toyota Highlander vs 2018 GMC Terrain
When you're shopping for your next utility vehicle, you want to be sure you're getting exactly what you want and need out of your vehicle. Often, judging vehicles can be a difficult task, as it is hard to see them side-by-side and to determine which qualities are more valuable to you. Here at Serra Toyota of Decatur, we create easy-to-use and informative model comparison guides, so you can make the best choice possible. Today, we're looking at the 2018 Toyota Highlander vs the 2018 GMC Terrain.
The 2018 Toyota Highlander is the family-sized and super capable sport utility vehicle from Toyota. This model has seen a number of updates for the 2018 model year. Built with powerful performance and agile handling, this Highlander is ready for the road, no matter the condition. Optional AWD capabilities can further enhance your Highlander's performance potential. This model has standard active safety features and a number of convenient tools to help you get through your day with ease and peace of mind.
|2018 Toyota Highlander||vs||2018 GMC Terrain|
|83.7 cubic feet||Cargo Volume||81.0 cubic feet|
|8||Maximum Seating Capacity||5|
|2.7L I4||Standard Engine||1.5L Turbo I4|
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As you can see from looking at the table above, the 2018 Toyota Highlander has the upper hand in this comparison. The two models start out at comparable MSRPs, but the Highlander is larger, gives drivers more power, can seat more people, and gives drivers increased standard features when compared with the GMC Terrain.
For starters, the Highlander gives a larger standard engine than the GMC Terrain. Though upgrades are available in the GMC Terrain, drivers will have to pay extra to access comparable performance power that they will receive as standard equipment in the Highlander model. As well as performance, the Highlander gives drivers access to more passenger seating and more cargo space than the Terrain, which is beneficial for those who have a larger family or know they will need to carry more cargo on their outings.
Drivers of the Highlander will also enjoy standard Toyota Safety Sense™ P (TSS-P). This is a blend of active safety features that help you to identify potential hazards and practice defensive driving. In the GMC Terrain, drivers must look to upper trim levels to access comparable safety equipment. This means drivers of the Highlander will have greater value in their vehicle and can drive with increased peace of mind.
If you would like more information on the 2018 Toyota Highlander vs 2018 GMC Terrain comparison, you can contact us at Serra Toyota of Decatur. You can view the 2018 Toyota Highlander in our online inventory and then stop by to test drive your favorite model grade next time you're in the area.