2014 Campagna T-Rex 16S Review
The 2014 T-Rex 16S is the latest three-wheeled vehicle to come out of
Montreal, Quebec's, South Shore.
Each T-Rex is hand built in Campagna's factory. The chassis' go through 18
workstations before they come out as complete three-wheel two-seater
motorcycle powered super-toys.
The idea of the T-Rex first came about in 1988, and the first of its kind
hit the road in 1995. Since then, retailers have opened in various markets
around the world.
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This Atlantis Blue GMC Terrain SLE-2 combines flexible storage with fuel
efficiency. You will love the Multi-Flex rear seats that can extend your
leg room up to 8", recline and fold down for large cargo. In the back you
will find a cargo area close out panel to prevent damaging your seats when
carrying heavy or awkward cargo. The back is also where you can find the
rear vision camera that will show on the 7" touch screen display. Also
coming with this SLT is a power slide/tilt sunroof and 18" chrome clad
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Test Drive The All New 2010 GMC Terrain SLT
In this video I give a short tour and test drive of the all new 2010 GMC
Terrain. I take viewers on a close look through the interior and exterior
of this suv while showing details, over viewing of features, and noting
unique styling cues to the vehicle itself. I show the suv idling as well
as take it on a thorough test drive through the city and highway on various
surfaces. A thorough drive of this suv designed to give others a greater
overall appreciation of the vehicle.
2010 GMC Terrain Combines Fuel Economy and Confident Styling
With 30 mpg fuel economy, thanks in part to GM's direct injection
technology, and a strong, confident design, the 2010 GMC Terrain is a
multi-purpose crossover vehicle. Go behind the scenes with the designers
and engineers of the GMC Terrain to learn more.
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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
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.
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
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.
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Proudly Closed Captioned. Adam Barrera at highmileage.org reviews the 2010
GMC Terrain SLT compact crossover and places it in the context of its
competition. 24x7: http://twitter.com/highmileage The GMC Terrain is the
perfect picture of a compact crossover, but not for default reasons.
You won't find clever cargo management solutions
like the Dodge Journey's in-seat and in-floor storage.
Cargo space and passenger volume measurements lie comfortably mid-pack. And
No vehicle in this segment will leave families craving space.
The base cloth interior's fashion-savvy high-contrast upholstery
might feel more premium than this tester's leather swatches,
and color-coordinated LED lighting through the center stack
makes this the classiest compact crossover at night.
But that's not how the GMC Terrain advances the science of crossovers.
Its navitainment system and powertrain are simply the most advanced on the
A well-done navitainment system isn't just convenient
it helps reduce driver distraction.
The Terrain's display employs every pixel as efficiently as possible,
combining firm-coded radio presets with panels that can split radio and
navigation information when necessary.
OnStar is still the smartest suite of telematics in the business.
No other system can automatically transmit physical crash statistics to
emergency services personnel, or stop a stolen vehicle that poses a public
Most technology in the Terrain is literally state-of-the art.
However, the Bluetooth system relies on cell phones' internal voice
recognition, and cannot directly download a cellular directory.
Under the hood, there are no caveats.
The GMC Terrain and its Chevrolet Equinox brother
are the only vehicles in the segment with naturally aspirated
direct-injection four-cylinder engines.
The high-tech approach makes this one of the most advanced
regular-production four-cylinder engines in any car ever produced.
The 2.4-liter motor provides just enough power to transport any team and
without excessive complaint.
A console-mounted eco button carefully manages the transmission's response
to throttle input.
Use that button, and it's easy to reach federal fuel economy estimates.
The Terrain can travel up to 32 miles per gallon on the highway.
That's better highway mileage than Honda, Toyota, and even the Ford Escape
A standard rear-view camera and strong safety ratings will attract small
But the GMC Terrain's clever navitainment system and world-leading
should capture the attention of enthusiasts.