2013 GMC Terrain

    2013 GMC Terrain Review Summaries

    What reviewers liked most about the GMC Terrain

    • GM has carved out good space inside a tidy package, and fitted the Terrain with very comfortable front bucket seats and a rear bench with enough support.

      - The Car Connection

    What reviewers liked least about the GMC Terrain

    • Overall, the Terrain's mix of unusual design cues didn't win many points from Cars.com staffers.

      - Cars.com

    GMC Terrain Comparisons

    • The Terrain is downright tight and nimble compared to a Yukon, but the way they feel through the seat of your pants is oddly similar.

      - The Truth About Cars

    Best one-liner about the GMC Terrain

    • A small crossover, the Terrain stands out thanks to its stylish cabin, versatile backseat, ample standard features and sophisticated driving manners.

      - Edmunds.com

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