2013 GMC Terrain Denali AWD: Is it worth it??

Greg Cavanaugh, automotive writer for the Gallup Journey Magazine, evaluates the features of the 2013 GMC Terrain Denali. This video supplements the written article on the 2013 Denali found in the December 2012 issue of the Gallup Journey Magazine. Thanks for watching and pass this on! New videos uploaded every month! www.gallupjourney.com

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2013 GMC Terrain Start up and Review 2.4 L 4-Cylinder
Like Us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/pages/Camerons-Car-Reviews/349462695066112?ref=hl Camerons Car Reviews Score: 4/5 Powertrain Options: 2.4 L 4-Cylinder or a 3.6 L V6 with a 6-Speed Automatic FWD or AWD Features: Cloth Seats, Power Windows, Mirrors, and Door Locks, AM/FM/CD Stereo System, Air Conditioning, Fog Lights, AUX Input, Power Outlet(s), Cruise Control, Bluetooth, OnStar Engine & Performance BASE ENGINE SIZE 2.4 L CAM TYPE Double overhead cam (DOHC) CYLINDERS Inline 4 VALVES 16 VALVE TIMING Variable TORQUE 172 ft-lbs. @ 4900 rpm horsepower 182 hp @ 6700 rpm TURNING CIRCLE 40.0 ft. Weights and Capacities MAXIMUM TOWING CAPACITY** 1500 lbs. MAXIMUM PAYLOAD** 1146 lbs. EPA INTERIOR VOLUME 127.2 cu.ft. GROSS WEIGHT 4960 lbs. CURB WEIGHT 3853 lbs. ANGLE OF APPROACH 15.2 degrees ANGLE OF DEPARTURE 23.5 degrees CARGO CAPACITY, ALL SEATS IN PLACE 31.6 cu.ft. MAXIMUM CARGO CAPACITY 63.9 cu.ft. Fuel ENGINE TYPE Gas FUEL TYPE Regular unleaded FUEL TANK CAPACITY 18.0 gal. RANGE IN MILES (CTY/HWY) 396.0/576.0 mi. EPA MILEAGE EST. (CTY/HWY) 22/32 mpg Warranty BASIC 3 yr./ 36000 mi. DRIVETRAIN 5 yr./ 100000 mi. ROADSIDE 5 yr./ 100000 mi. RUST 6 yr./ 100000 mi. Trims: SLE-1, SLE-2, SLT-1, SLT-2, Denali Competitors: Toyota RAV4, Honda CR-V, Ford Escape, Nissan Rogue, Dodge Journey, Mitsubishi Outlander Sport, Subaru Forester, Mazda CX-5 What Camerons Car Reviews has to say about the Terrain: GMC's Terrain has been out since 2010 and since it's debuted the Terrain and it's cousin the Chevrolet Equinox have made into many suburban home garages. For 2013, GMC introduces an all new upscale trim the Denali. Power in the Terrain comes from a average 2.4 L 4-Cylinder or step up to the 3.6 L V6 to get more power out of the crossover. Fuel economy is decent too earning a respectable 22 City and 32 HWY. On the interior you will find the Terrain to have a more premium feel than it's cousin and many other crossovers with nice stitching around the cabin and soft touch interior accents. On the exterior the rear brake lights some what look like the RAV4's and many consumers think the whole shape of the car represents a brick on wheels with it's very utilitarian exterior design and it's boxy shape. Compared to it's competitors the Terrain tends to do many things very well and if you are looking at the small crossover segment the Terrain should be considered on the test drive list.





2013 Chevy Equinox v Ford Explorer v Jeep Grand Cherokee Off-Road Mashup AWD Tech Review
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