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Car and Driver: Going Gentle Into That Good Night(fall): GMC Terrain Adds Darkened Special Edition

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Just when you think you’ve seen the end of blacked-out trim packages, GMC is at it again with a Nightfall Edition for its  Terrain crossover. Sharing its name with the special-edition Canyon pickup that debuted last year, this 2017 GMC Terrain gets a predictable array of dark trim to try and drum up some interest for the aging SUV.

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Standard equipment for the Terrain Nightfall includes 18-inch wheels, revised front and rear fascias, and a slightly different grille. All are done in black, of course, as are the mirrors, the luggage rails, and even the license-plate surround. You can opt for the Nightfall in white, gray, or red to provide more of a contrast with the darkened trim pieces, but black is also offered for the full murdered-out look.

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GMC hasn’t yet shared how much you’ll have to pay for this slightly more sinister Terrain, but we do know that the Nightfall Edition will only be offered on SLE-2 and SLT trim levels. Both come standard with a 2.4-liter four-cylinder that should be avoided; the 3.6-liter V-6 that’s offered for $1500 extra tugs around the Terrain’s 4000-plus pounds with much more authority, day or night.

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