If your family likes taking road trips throughout Colorado, you need an SUV that’s ready for the open road. The GMC Terrain has everything you need to take every adventure to the next level, from stellar capability to versatility to advanced tech. Here are some of the best GMC Terrain features.
Interior cargo space
The Terrain has more than enough room to store your family’s suitcases or overnight bags. With all of the seats up, you can take advantage of 29.6 cubic feet of cargo space, which opens up to a maximum of 63.3 cubic feet with the second row folded down.
If you need a little extra space for your gear or want to pull some jet skis to the lake, the Terrain can do that, too. Depending on which engine you choose, you can pull a trailer that weighs up to 3,500 pounds.
You’ll never have to worry about getting lost en route to your destination with the available built-in navigation system. Leave your smartphone in your pocket since these directions display right on the in-dashboard infotainment display.
Road trip boredom will be a thing of the past with the Terrain’s advanced connectivity features. You seamlessly integrate your smartphone with the SUV via Android Auto™ and Apple CarPlay® compatibility. Everybody access the internet without burning through your data plan thanks to the available 4G LTE Wi-Fi® hotspot.
If you’re ready to raise your road trip game, check out our online inventory of 2020 GMC Terrains or contact Transwest Buick GMC in Denver.
Hop in your new Yukon or Terrain from Transwest Buick GMC and explore the outdoors. Buick and GMC SUVs are great for adventurers with active lifestyles, as these models come with roomy interiors, powerful engines, and impressive capabilities. You can find a range of outdoor areas in the region, from the Rocky Mountain National Park to Mesa Verde.
According to the Outdoor Project, one of the top places to visit around here is Rocky Mountain National Park. This park has it all: crystal clear lakes (like Chasm, Nymph, Dream, and Emerald) and the Wild basin area for instance. The CCY route is great for experienced climbers, and you can stay at Lulu City or Stanley Hotel for the night.
Mesa Verde is like something out of a dream. This national park is home to the cliffside dwellings of indigenous peoples, with highlights being Cliff Palace, the Chapin Mesa, and Long House. You can see great views and learn about the ancestral home of the Pueblo people.
Be sure to visit Telluride. This location is at the end of a box canyon, which makes it truly unique. There are local trails, like the Jud Wiebe Trail and the Last Dollar Road, as well as daytime activities such as Sneffels Highline.
Other great off-road destinations in Colorado include the Great Sand Dunes National Park, Salida, Gunnison National Park, Silverton, Maroon Bells, Grand Junction, and Garden of the Gods.
If you need a vehicle to take off-roading, check out the selection of trucks and SUVs at Transwest Buick GMC.
Denver is known for its scenery and winter sports. Whether
you’d like to tackle the slopes with the family or you’re simply looking for a
fun outdoor activity to do alone, there are Denver activities and events for
You can try ice skating in downtown Denver at Skyline Park until February 3. It’s free if you bring your own skates, and rentals are just $6 to $8. There is regularly scheduled entertainment, and you can even take skating lessons on Saturday mornings.
The Winter Park Resort is the major ski center in the Denver
area. You can book ski lessons, explore with the scenic Snowcat tours, or tube
down the hill. There’s also a lodge with
mountaintop dining, which offers a truly unforgettable weekend for anyone
looking to hit the slopes and have a premier meal when they’re finished.
For those who love craft brews and IPAs, consider the Denver
Winter Brew Fest from January 25 to 26 at the Mile High Station. The Winter
Brew Fest features local, regional, and national microbrews, live music, food,
and a range of other vendors.
Finally, check out the Icelantic’s Winter on the Rocks event
on February 1 at Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre. This is a truly unforgettable
winter concert at one to the world’s most iconic venues.
These are only a few of the winter activities and events that Denver has to offer. We at Transwest GMC hope you stay safe while having fun and enjoying yourself out there.
Are you looking for an exciting way to ring in New Year’s
Eve 2018 in Denver, Colorado? Check out one of these exciting events around the
Denver’s Grandest New
Year’s Eve Party
Head over to the Grand Hyatt Denver on the last day of the year for this amazing party that’ll fill you with nostalgia from the 1950s, ’60s, and ’70s thanks to the cover performances by Nacho Men. The event includes an open bar, balloon drops, dinner buffet, and a signature champagne toast when the clock strikes midnight.
New Year’s Eve
Welcome the New Year with fireworks at the 16th Street Mall. This event is totally free — and if the kiddos can’t last until the midnight fireworks, head to the mall earlier in the evening for the 9 p.m. fireworks spectacular.
Resolution NYE 2019
The name is a bit of a misnomer: Resolution NYE 2019 is anything but reserved, and this party gives one last night of indulgence before 2019 rolls around. It’s a rowdy event with dancing, open bars, DJs across three floors, and art installations. You can even catch an amazing light show with tons of confetti at the McNichols Civic Center Building.
Join with Transwest GMC in celebrating the final night of 2018 in the Denver area. Happy New Year!