The option to switch to eco mode is great and cuts down a little on fuel costs. The body is nice and the vehicle is very roomy on the inside. Rear seats fold down (either both or individually) for more storage capacity. So far, it is very low maintenance. It rides well.
I am going from strictly driving cars to now owning an SUV, and I'll list the 2 biggest differences/selling points.
1) the price. I have the top model of this vehicle, the Denali, and it was very affordable. I wanted built in navigation, rear view camera, and all wheel drive, but got so much more thanI expected especially moving from a foreign to a domestic manufacturer. I've been pleasantly surprised.
2) the size/maneuverability. I'm not looking to drive a bus or van by any means and its size is perfect for me. It also handles much like a car. I haven't had any problems adjusting to it from day 1 of owning and love being higher up off the ground. Plus, the interior is super quiet.
I am almost proud of myself for making this choice. It was a $10,000 ciffernce between this and the 2015 Ford explorer I was deciding between and after test driving both, the terrain had way more to offer and was more luxurious. Plus it has the eco button, so it gets great has mileage
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