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Used 2012 GMC with DVD Video System and Tow Hitch for Sale

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4.4 out of 5(992 reviews)

2010 GMC Terrain

I like the passenger space and the fact that the rear seat can move to accomodate more passenger leg room or more cargo. I love the comfort factor and the smooth ride. I love the sound system, the USB / Auxiliary input ports, the bluetooth connectivity, and the other convenience features. I like the cubbyholes in the rear compartment, though they detract from the overall cargo space. I am not crazy about the 4-cylinder engine. It's a little sluggish and it's noisy. I bought the car for the advertised gas mileage (Rated at 26 - 32mpg), and so far I have averaged 25mpg in daily 5 o'clock (Houston, TX) traffic. I was aware that the vehicle wouldn't do 26-32, as they never meet the rated mpg. Overall, I am happy with the vehicle, though if I had it to buy over again I would get the 6-cylinder motor. Also, I know this is nit-picking, but I would have liked for the rear seat to fold completely flat for cargo instead of inclined.

- Ken, 2010 GMC Terrain

Good family car

I am a family man- have 3 kids. It has the third row option. It seems that all of this model come with a V-6 which the fuel economy is found wanting, however it has the power to get up and moving rather quickly. I have a fwd and no trailer hitch (yet) however, I am sure it will pull a small trailer or U-haul if needed. When the passenger space is not used by my kids, all seats (with the exception of the front passenger seat) can be folded down for cargo. It also features dual Air conditioning. For a family man who isn't ready for the nickname "super-minivan" this crossover isn't a bad option for you.

- David Townsend, 2011 GMC Acadia

Comfortable / Sturdy Ride

This Denali was designed with passengers in mind. It is easy to get in/out of, the rear seats are comfortable along with good leg room. The car has a comfortable ride and with the 3rd row collapsed it has a lot of cargo space. The car also has a surprisingly tight turning radius and I was also impressed with the "pep" provided by its six (6) cylinder engine.

- Robert Schlick, 2014 GMC Acadia

This price does not include tax, title, and tags. Additional fees may also apply depending on the state of purchase.