The GMC Terrain has several models. The SLE,SLE1,SLE2 and SLT. what's the differance

Asked by May 19, 2015 at 08:10 PM about the GMC Terrain

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this should help. http://www.edmunds.com/gmc/terrain/2013/?mktcat=gmc-terrain-spec&kw=gmc+terrain+specifications&mktid=ga56911667

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SLE-SLE1- basic equipment SLE2-adds roof rack, power seat, pioneer sound, uplevel cloth seats, heated seats and autostart are optional SLT1- adds leather and heated seats and autostart- nicer standard wheel SLT2- adds sunroof and power liftgate standard Denali- adds power passenger seat, body colored trim around wheels and chrome bump strip, nicer standard wheels, homelink system, fancier interior trim. I hope this helps.

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Sport luxury terrain

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