Perfect if you are looking for a compact SUV that delivers comfort. The black leather interior is very roomy, stylish and very comfortable for long distance drives. They designed it to make you feel insulated from the outside environment; you will feel cocooned in this auto (esp. if you are coming from a 2008 Camry). Fuel economy is what you would expect for a car of its size and weight. Do not get the four cylinder version, I have read about the problems people are having with these and I can tell you why...it's a heavy car and the four cylinder will always be straining to carry it!
Love this SUV
2013 GMC TerrainKathy F - Winston Salem, NC09/24/2015
The GMC Terrain is a really stylish and expensive looking vehicle. I have an upgraded interior package but it was still priced just under $20k and believe it was an excellent price and value. The gas mileage on the highway is wonderful, I really do get close to 32 mpg and if I'm driving on longer stretches of in town streets I get in the 20's. Even though it's compact the interior affords tons of space for passengers, animals, luggage and small pieces of furniture.
So far I've had no issues with any systems. My only complaint would be that the A/C doesn't seem particularly cold to me and doesn't flow to the back of the car very well but for the most part it's not a problem.
I couldn't be happier with this car and hope it lasts.
Happy with purchase
2014 GMC TerrainHeather A - Rowley, MA10/13/2017
It's a decent ride. I found it hard to get the seat position comfortable. So long rides can get uncomfortable. Backing up, I never had a problem with. This vehicle has some blind spots. I think I would definitely get the color version on the back up screen.
Other then a few complaints I like it, fits my family.
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