2013 GMC Terrain

Up to 20 MPG city / 29 MPG hwy
$26,305 - $36,745

2013 GMC Terrain

2013 GMC Terrain

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Small crossovers are now a critical play for any automaker's portfolio, which brings us to the GMC Terrain. Customers looking for some space can turn to the standard MultiFlex 60/40 split-folding backseat capable of sliding forwards and backwards up to eight inches. That helps increase the rear occupants' legroom or cargo volume depending on needs. All SLE, SLT, and Denali Terrains come equipped with six airbags and start out with a 182-horsepower, E85-flex-fuel-ready 2.4-liter I-4 and front-wheel drive. The engine upgrade comes in the form of a 301-hp 3.6-liter V-6 (also E85-ready). And if you absolutely must tow something, the I-4 will handle 1500 pounds and the V-6 tackles 3500 lbs. Inside, four 12-volt power outlets offer plenty of electronic charging opportunities. Tech features abound in the Terrain: second-row DVD entertainment system, a safety package with parking assist, forward collision alert, and lane-departure warning system, back-up camera, and GMC IntelliLink with navigation can all be added. The luxury-focused Denali model is the star Terrain. It's fitted with unique upgrades and accoutrements, including specific 18- or 19-inch wheels, a chrome front grille, special headlights and taillights, dual-flow shock absorbers, Jet Black leather seats, illuminated door sill plates, and a standard sunroof. See more... See Less

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Overall
Pros Cons
Looks smaller out side, but has lots of room inside Gas range not what i expected
Larger front and rear wind shields - excellent views When downshifting engine revs up a little
Comfort of seats - excellent support and styling Front passenger and driver storage not deep enough for shopping bags, maps
Lots of room to get in & out. big doors Getting in the car. difficult: no place to rest left arm
Standard amenities, i.e. rear view assist camera, ipod plug Transmission slips at low speed once in a while!
Interior of car looks neat and clean Rear sides blind spot & passenger side blind spot
Interior comfort & sound system Navigation - cannot change when driving, not premium.
Sliding rear seat allows for extra leg room Transmission delay: there is a kick before the car moves
Good mileage for size Floor mats - had to buy my own! should be included
Looks good, good value for the $ Do not like the compability between my phone and vehicle system