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2010 GMC Terrain Review

This is a review of the 2010 GMC Terrain by Ron Doron of Autotoob.com.


 


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This is a full video review and walkthrough of the new 2015 GMC Terrain. -The Terrain is GMC’s compact SUV offering. -Versatile seating, excellent cargo space, exceptional efficiency, and bold truck-like styling all contribute to Terrain’s unique personality. -The Terrain features imposing styling and the sheet metal is stamped with an aggressive boxed off look, giving it incredible presence. For 2015 the Terrain’s colors include: -Crystal Red Tint coat, Carbon Black Metallic, Summit White, Cypress Green Metallic, Champagne Silver Metallic, Dark Sapphire Blue Metallic, Iridium Metallic, Silver Sky Metallic, Quicksilver Metallic, Onyx Black. There are 3 different color schemes for the interior including: -Jet Black, Light Titanium and Brownstone -Terrain has made a big impact on the small SUV market; it holds several awards including “Highest Ranked Compact SUV in Initial Quality” by J.D. Power and Associates. -Although the terrain features bold boxed-off fenders and confident styling, It actually has a low drag coefficiency, which increases efficiency -It also aids the Terrain to be a quieter ride, with less turbulence. The vehicle has been designed with acoustic noise suppression in mind. Triple sealed doors and acoustic laminated glass provide for a serene and comfortable ride. -Terrain also provides a smooth ride, thanks to the buttery 6 Speed Automatic transmission. -This transmission features tap shift, letting you control the gears. -The GMC Terrain is available with either an efficient FWD or an intelligent AWD drivetrain, AWD is nice because it adapts to changing road conditions through every season. Terrains excellent efficiency means you can stop to enjoy life, rather than stopping to fill up. You can get 600 miles with one tank with the: 2.4L Ecotec engine and There’s even an ECO mode for better city driving efficiency 32MPG Highway and up to 1500 lbs. towing capacity means this engine offers a total package. A 3.6L V6 is available for those who want impressive power. 301 hp 272 lb-ft of torque take the Terrain from 0-60 in 6.7 seconds (passing on highway) and also give you up to 3500 lbs towing capacity Automatic Engine Grade Braking uses the engine and transmission to slow Terrain on long downhill runs to provide you with better control. It also features Trailer Sway Control -The Electronic Steering system helps terrain to perform and steer like a sedan, with an impressive 40ft-turning radius. -It’s easy for anyone to own too with a low step in height, and low lift over height to place items in the rear cargo area. -The terrain is incredibly comfortable to travel in; it provides great space and legroom for all passengers. -What other vehicle has 39.9” of legroom in the 2nd row? -Multiflex Sliding Rear Seats (39.9” leg room, most?) slides nearly 8” -The generous space the Terrain provides is key to its utility, and versatility. -The optional programmable lift gate makes it even easier to access the 31.6 cubic feet behind the 2nd row, and there’s an awesome 63.9 cubic feet with 2nd row folded flat -And there are roof rails for even more utility. -There’s storage throughout the vehicle, and plenty of cup holders as well. -The laptop sized center console is very deep and provides tons of storage. Inside the inviting cabin. You’ll embrace the leather wrapped steering wheel with convenient controls and tilt/telescope functionality. -The Driver Information Center keeps any important data front and center. The instrument panel features simple to operate controls With large knobs for automatic climate controls The Color Touch Radio w/7” touch screen (high resolution) is customizable and Can connect your devices with Bluetooth, USB or auxiliary Intellilink is GMC’s infotainment system, provides smartphone integration, Pandora and Stitcher Streaming Audio System Sirius XM (3 moths trial) OnStar 4G LTE (3month/3gb trial) Pioneer premium 8 speaker audio system Ambient Lighting 4 Power Outlets Heated power exterior mirrors keep your Terrain toasty for winter, while the Heated 8 way power seats can take care of you. You can enjoy the large sunroof in the summer And up to 19” rims can help you have style year round. There’s also an available rear seat entertainment system with inputs for video game consoles IIHS “Top Safety Pick+ Rating” Safety Tech: Terrain features a Reinforced Steel Safety Cage Dual Stage Front Airbags, Head Curtain Side Impact Airbags, Side Impact Airbags Stabilitrak ABS Rear View Camera Standard LATCH And the safety and comfort of OnStar free for 6 months (the available) Safety Package upgrades you with: Forward collision alert Lane departure warning Rear park assist There’s lots of Accessories to make Terrain your own, liken exterior chrome package to add an upscale appearance. If you want to go to a full luxury upgrade, click the link at the end of this video to see what’s different in the Terrain Denali trim.





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