2016 GMC Terrain
26,180 Miles
$28,255

Center Line, MI
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2016 GMC Terrain
24,187 Miles
$21,770

Gaylord, MI
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2014 GMC Terrain
45,980 Miles
$17,809

Louisville, NE
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2014 GMC Terrain
64,950 Miles
$16,863

Louisville, NE
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2014 GMC Terrain
28,940 Miles
$17,044

Louisville, NE
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2014 GMC Terrain
30,264 Miles
$16,995

Miami, FL
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2014 GMC Terrain
25,813 Miles
$16,995

Miami, FL
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2014 GMC Terrain
21,367 Miles
$25,995

Miami, FL
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2010 GMC Terrain
98,175 Miles
$13,990

Eugene, OR
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2014 GMC Terrain
38,539 Miles
$22,395

Lombard, IL
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2013 GMC Terrain
35,818 Miles
$17,988

Kannapolis, NC
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2015 GMC Terrain
26,253 Miles
$18,789

Greeley, CO
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2014 GMC Terrain
51,917 Miles
$18,736

Fort Lauderdale, FL
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2016 GMC Terrain
50,633 Miles
$24,543

Port Richey, FL
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2013 GMC Terrain
21,785 Miles
$19,999

Fairbanks, AK
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2015 GMC Terrain
27,904 Miles
$16,617

Vandalia, OH
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2014 GMC Terrain
40,139 Miles
$23,574

Rochester, MN
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2015 GMC Terrain
38,919 Miles
$20,999

Hanford, CA
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2010 GMC Terrain
103,618 Miles
$11,744

Merrimack, NH
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2015 GMC Terrain
16,325 Miles
$17,995

Bloomington, IL
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GMC Terrain Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.5
33 Reviews
Overall
4.5
Value
4.5
Performance
3.6
Style
4.7
Comfort
4.6
Fuel Economy
4.2
Reliability
4.4

GMC Terrain Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2015 GMC Terrain - First GMC

ht
Killeen, Texas
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
3.0
Bought a 2015 GMC Terrain in January 2015. I was looking for something a little different than a full sized SUV. The Terrain comes in lots of different and new colors. Mine is Carolina Blue which I really like since that is where I am from. It has lots of leg room. I like the options that are included like OnStar navigation which I had never used before. It came standard with a six month trial of OnStar and a three month trial of Sirius XM Radio which was also great. There were many seat color options. I saw many that had light colored seats, and chose one that was mostly black - black floor mats and carpeting with a little grey area on the seat. The car is pretty quiet but you can hear some outside noise. That could be better. The mirrors are great and you can lift the seat up so you ... (more)
Story
Something that I remember most is that within the first six months, I was rear ended right after my daughter's graduation and he was not given a ciation. About two months later, the car was parked and side swiped by the kids step sister. The car had to go back into the shop as the door would pop when opening and it messed up the panel near the front passenger tire and door as well!!!
Pros
A positive are the color choices and options. My favorite features are the backup camera, lane assist, collision alert, OnStar and Sirius xm radio. I love the cargo space and well as being able to move the backseat back and forth for comfort. You can also fold the back seat all the way down to put things in the vehicle. I've put a lawnmower in the back and was able to close the latch all the way.
Cons
A negative is that the air vents are not on the center console to blow in the back like in my previous vehicle. Kids complain it is too hot back there. Also, the trial package for the navigation does not last long enough. It should be at least a year.

2012 GMC Terrain - Perfect fit

Jill
Hortonville, Wisconsin
Overall
5.0
Value
3.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
I have GMC Terrain, and it is a perfect fit for my family. I have two boys. When I bought my vehicle, my boys were in car seats, and the vehicle perfectly fit me without bumping my head when attaching their seats. I can easily see my boys as grown men easily fitting in the back seat. It is so roomy in the back seat. There is a back hatch that is perfect for grocery shopping or my kids sporting equipment. My favorite aspect about the vehicle is driver seat. It is very comfortable, and I enjoy driving. You can adjust the seat higher or lower. The higher setting makes you feel like you are driving a SUV where the lower setting gives you the feeling of driving a car. It is very versatile in that sense. I love economy mode, which allows me to save gas. The gas mileage on the GMC Terrain is ... (more)
Story
We bought the vehicle in the beginning of June 2014. Prior to that, I had a Buick Rendezvous that I was not happy with, so switching to the GMC Terrain was quite the change. In the end of June of 2014, we drove the GMC Terrain to Colorado. It took us about 24 hours of straight driving, and then when we were in Colorado, we drove in and around the mountains. There were so many inclines we had t... (more)
Pros
I enjoy that it is so roomy, and everything is at my finger tips. The radio and cruise control on steering wheel is just such a nice feature. It also has Bluetooth that hooks to my phone, so if someone is calling me, I can talk to them through my speakers. I love that!
Cons
I have the SLE model, and when I bought the vehicle, I had the impression it was hooked up to Pandora and it is not. The other models are and that was a bummer.

2013 GMC Terrain - Great first SUV

APM
University, Florida
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
4.0
This is a great all-around vehicle. The chassis design appears sturdy and looks great, in my opinion. Storage space is adequate for most needs. The seats are really comfortable and very easy to adjust for any driver. It is safe, thanks to air bags, bright headlights, and good brakes. I have heard no rattles yet, and I have about 25,000 miles on the car. The engine feels a bit underpowered sometimes when trying to accelerate quickly. Bluetooth allows you to make hands free calls and play music through your phone, and you can control the audio with the steering wheel controls. The interior is pretty quiet even on the highway. It is nice for long drives. The gas mileage in the city is not great but it does OK on the highway.
Story
A year ago, I moved to a new city for work and drove my Terrain for 20 hours split over two days. It was a long drive but really comfortable. The car did great.
Pros
I have an 80 pound dog and he fits fine in the backseat. The car feels very safe and handles well. I needed all wheel drive due to living in a snowy area and it did great in the snow. It fits a lot of stuff in it without looking like a "mom van". It has a leather-wrapped steering wheel which feels really nice. The touchscreen for audio and air controls is nice but I actually rarely use it thanks to the controls in the steering wheel. It has plenty of cupholders.
Cons
The back seats have no independent air vents so circulation for people riding in the backseat is not great. Having the all wheel drive all the time affects the gas mileage, I believe. The gas mileage is not great. The pattern of the seats leave impressions on the back of your legs temporarily. There is only a 1-CD changer but plenty of other options for media.

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