2012 GMC Terrain User Reviews
SLE-1 AWD shown
- $20,680 - $24,799
- No trim specified for this review
- good mileage, handles nice on dry pavement with no ice or snow
- Worthless in even 1/2 inch of snow. horrible if not on dry pavement
Purchased As New
I bought it thinking it would save alot on gas. 32 mgp sounded great. If you drive it 50mph you will get 38mpg, if you drive it 60 you will get around 31, 70mph is 25mpg, 75 mph is 24mpg. transmission is very weak and will always downshift with any breeze or hill and will guzzle the gas and wind the engine up to redline speeds all the time when just trying to drive normal. It is very crudely designed with a very weak transmission and and worthless drive train if you ever get in even a trace amount of snow. I had a camaro with racing slicks and no clearance and even it handled better on snow and ice. I am a GM fan but the Terrian has alot of work to be done to it before GM should have turned it out or put their name on it. I would expect this low quality from a no name foriegn company but not GM. I think I will go back to a suburban or pickup and the terrian is a peice of #$%$.
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