2015 GMC Terrain
25,650 Miles | Margate, FL
$14,998
Est $216/mo

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2018 GMC Terrain
17,600 Miles | Miami, FL
$20,199
Est $291/mo

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2016 GMC Terrain
31,700 Miles | Margate, FL
$15,498
Est $223/mo

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2018 GMC Terrain
2,515 Miles | Miami, FL
$24,099
Est $347/mo

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2015 GMC Terrain
43,880 Miles | Lauderdale Lakes, FL
$14,990
Est $216/mo

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2018 GMC Terrain
9,437 Miles | Miami, FL
$17,470
Est $252/mo

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2015 GMC Terrain
41,740 Miles | Lauderdale Lakes, FL
$13,195
Est $190/mo

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2014 GMC Terrain
131,443 Miles | Tacoma, WA
$14,989
Est $216/mo

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2015 GMC Terrain
22,025 Miles | Jacksonville, FL
$19,975
Est $288/mo

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2016 GMC Terrain
28,146 Miles | Jacksonville, FL
$27,111
Est $391/mo

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2017 GMC Terrain
1,018 Miles | Jacksonville, FL
$26,999
Est $389/mo

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2016 GMC Terrain
28,672 Miles | Jacksonville, FL
$18,475
Est $266/mo

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2011 GMC Terrain
70,957 Miles | Roswell, GA
$12,700
Est $183/mo

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2013 GMC Terrain
63,138 Miles | Memphis, TN
$15,998
Est $231/mo

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2015 GMC Terrain
23,171 Miles | Hoover, AL
$16,599
Est $239/mo

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2017 GMC Terrain
23,892 Miles | Lexington, KY
$21,998
Est $317/mo

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2017 GMC Terrain
18,507 Miles | Hoover, AL
$18,998
Est $274/mo

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2017 GMC Terrain
28,003 Miles | Hoover, AL
$18,998
Est $274/mo

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2012 GMC Terrain
63,120 Miles | Miami Lakes, FL
$14,599
Est $210/mo

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2016 GMC Terrain
4,733 Miles | Daytona Beach, FL
$19,998
Est $288/mo

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GMC Terrain Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.3
54 Reviews
Overall
4.3
Value
4.3
Performance
3.5
Style
4.6
Comfort
4.5
Fuel Economy
4.1
Reliability
4.4

GMC Terrain Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2013 GMC Terrain - Great car

Tasha
Buford, Georgia
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0
I never started off wanting a Terrain when I first started looking for a new vehicle. I was led to the Terrain by a coworker. I had been looking at smaller SUVs when I stumbled upon the Terrain. I took it for a test drive, and I loved it. It had all of the styling that I wanted along with all of the space that I need. I came from a sedan, so the extra cargo room is super important for me. I have enough room to have my son in the car and lots of extra stuff. It had always been a problem with the car, because I couldn't pick up anything big if I had him with me. I love the handling of this truck. The styling is great as well. It really fits in with my current image and totally fits into my life. I love driving this truck. I've taken it all over with me. It's been on many roa... (more)
Story
The first time I pulled the truck into my garage I must not have pulled in all the way. I go to close the garage door then go back in the house. All of the sudden I hear this boom! Apparently, the truck was sticking out, and the garage door hit it. Luckily, nothing was wrong with either.
Pros
I love the cargo room. This car is slightly larger than other SUVs in its class. It's slightly larger than the Ford Escape, Honda CRV and Toyota Rav4. All vehicles that I was looking at before the GMC Terrain. The extra space really goes a long way. I love the styling of the truck as well. It has got that classic boxy shape that's so iconic of SUV's. One of my all time favorite vehicles is the Jeep Cherokee and this truck really does remind me of my old Cherokee. The fuel economy, while not super good, is really pretty decent for a truck of this size. I love the ease that I can fl... (more)
Cons
The one major con for this truck is the fuel economy. I went from a car to this truck. Granted, I really do love my SUV. The fuel economy isn't all that great around town. Most of my driving is through a suburb, so I usually get fairly low gas mileage around town. I don't have the benefit of a longer commune or anything to be able to often see the higher fuel economies that are possible. Another negative with this vehicle is the blind spots. It's at times very difficult to get my mirrors positioned so that I can eliminate the blind spots. One somewhat negative thing about this truck... (more)

2011 GMC Terrain - Surprisingly comfortable

Dan
Livermore, California
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
4.0
I recently purchased a used GMC Terrain. I've never owned a GMC before, but the car is surprisingly comfortable inside and also makes me feel safe. I have two kids who are with me all the time, so both of those are important! It's a heavy car, so it doesn't pick up speed as quickly as my old car, but otherwise, it drives great. I enjoy the volume control on the steering wheel as well as the hands-free Bluetooth phone feature in the car that automatically connects to my phone. The interior dashboard design could use some updating, and I am not a fan of red dashboard illumination as I feel like it could be deceiving to the driver at night when the car in front might or might not be breaking (their red break lights might not be seen as well). I like that the car isn't much longer than an ... (more)
Story
This car is great for my family to take day trips into the city or to the beach because we can all fit comfortably and load our things into the back with no issues.
Pros
The top positive things in this vehicle for me are the interior space and comfort, the special features like the Bluetooth hands-free phone, the back-up camera, the remote start and the comfortable drive. I also like how the car is heavy and makes me feel safe with my kids.
Cons
The negative things about this vehicle are the actuator (not confirmed) issue. The rattling noise that started under the dash, and now my heater doesn't work. I also think that the side bars along the front window are a too wide and can cause a blind spot. I am not a fan of the red lights on the interior dash, and I think the controls on the wheel could use some work because the radio channel changer is hard to work and often does the wrong command.

2015 GMC Terrain - Stylist with kinks

Katherine
Killeen, Texas
Overall
3.0
Value
3.0
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0
This vehicle is very bold with a modern flair. It has the look that makes it stand out in the crowd. You will be noticed with the 2015 GMC Terrain. The vehicle comes in an array of colors to meet the individual needs. The Terrain runs smoothly and comes with lots of things that come standard with it such as the color of the seats. The main color is black and grey, which is great to keep dirt off. It rides smooth and has little to no blind spots. It has average gas mileage as well.
Story
We took the vehicle to a drive-thru zoo, and the kids had camels and ostriches running after them in the vehicle to get the bag of feed that they had. It was hilarious to see the animals get close to the car, and then I would take off.
Pros
The best thing about this vehicle is that it comes with a built-in navigation system. It also came with a roof rack and makes the vehicle more stylish. The Terrain has Sirius XM radio also free for the first few months so you get o try before you buy. The Terrain can come with heated seats.
Cons
A negative is that the navigation system must be upgraded annually to keep the map with the current times. There is a cost associated with the updates but should come free with the vehicle. After the initial trial period, one must pay for a service to the XM radio if you want to keep using it. Vehicle does not come with front tinted windows and chrome wheels are not standard with it either. There is also no vents for A/C or heat in the back of the vehicle. The car gets really hot in the summer because rear passengers cannot feel the air circulating. There should have been vents either on t... (more)

GMC Terrain Generations

The Terrain is a compact crossover made by GMC -- a brand under the General Motors umbrella. The Terrain shares many of its components and platform with other GM models including the Cadillac SRX and Chevrolet Equinox. The Terrain is currently in its second generation.

2018 - Present (Second Generation)

The second-generation GMC Terrain debuted in 2018 and sought to significantly improve the previous model's driveability, interior quality and technology.

This new model shrinks by just over three inches in overall length and sheds roughly 400 pounds though legroom and headroom aren't compromised. Interior ergonomics have been improved, as has the infotainment system and dashboard design.

This generation Terrain comes in three trims: SL, SLE and SLT, with another luxury-oriented model under the Denali subbrand.

The base SL trim comes with standard features that include as keyless access and start, a rear-view camera, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, 17-inch alloy wheels, two USB ports at the front seats and two USB ports in the rear seat, a seven-inch touchscreen infotainment system, front and rear 110-volt power outlets, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, Bluetooth connectivity, satellite radio and a six-speaker sound system. Also included are OnStar and the Teen Driver System.

The SL is powered by a turbocharged 1.5-liter, four-cylinder engine with 170 hp output and 203 pound-feet torque. It's paired with a nine-speed automatic transmission on standard front-wheel-drive models and buyers can add optional trailer abilities.

The SLE trim adds options like an auto-dimming rear-view mirror, interior upgrades and the availability of several additional option packages. The Driver Convenience package includes heated front seats, a power-adjustable driver seat, remote engine start and dual-zone automatic climate control. The Driver Alert I package includes rear cross-traffic alert, heated mirrors, rear parking sensors and blind-spot monitoring. There's also an additional Infotainment package.

The SLT trim comes with the Driver Convenience and Infotainment I packages as well as leather upholstery. You can choose to upgrade to the Infotainment II, Driver Alert I or Driver Alert II packages which add on automatic braking, automatic high beams and lane departure warning. The Preferred package then includes power passenger seat, a heated steering wheel, driver-seat memory settings and a power lift-gate.

The SLE and SLT trims have the same 1.5-liter engine as the base model but also offer an optional, more powerful gas engine. This turbocharged, 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine has 252 horsepower output and 260 pound-feet torque.

The SLE and SLT also offer an optional turbocharged 1.6-liter, four-cylinder diesel engine with 137 horsepower output and 240 pound-feet torque, paired with a six-speed transmission. Choosing this engine also gives you the Preferred package for the SLT and Driver Convenience package for the SLE trim.

At the top of the range is the Denali, which is essentially a luxury subbrand for all GMC vehicles. This model had additional chrome exterior trim including the unique 19-inch alloy wheels and the grille plus LED headlights. The interior trim is upgraded and a panoramic sunroof is added. The Denali also bundles in the Driver Alert I and Preferred packages together. Denali models come standard with the 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder gas engine.

All three of the GMC Terrain's engines come with a standard front-wheel drive which can be upgraded to shift-on-the-fly all-wheel-drive.

2010 - 2017 (First Generation)

GM introduced the Terrain in 2010 to sit in the middle of the midsize and compact crossover segments. It seated up to five passengers and aimed to lure buyers in with promises of sophisticated driving manners, stylish cabin, ample standard features and versatile backseat.

There were four trim levels: SLE-1, SLE-2, SLT-1 and SLT-2.

The SLE-1 had 17-inch alloy wheels, a trip computer, heated side mirrors, cruise control, power front seat height and lumbar adjustments, air-conditioning, a tilt and telescoping steering column and a rear-view camera, OnStar, a six-speaker stereo system and satellite radio.

The SLE-2 added roof rails, an eight-way power driver seat, 18-inch alloy wheels on its V6 model, Bluetooth, an eight-speaker Pioneer sound system, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and automatic climate control.

The SLT-1 came with all the features of the SLE-1 plus leather seats, remote engine start and heated front seats.

The SLT-2 took things a notch up with a unique grille, a sunroof, chrome exterior trim details, driver memory functions, rear parking sensors and a lift gate.

Depending on the trim level, you could also opt for an advanced, hard-drive-based navigation system and a rear-seat entertainment system.

In 2013, GMC introduced the Denali trim with satin chrome accents and a unique chrome grill. In 2016, GMC gave the Terrain a face-lift with new LED daytime running lights and revised front and rear fascias.

Under the hood of all trims was a standard 2.4-liter, four-cylinder engine with 182 horsepower and 172 pounds-feet torque. With the exception of the SLE-1, all other trims could be upgraded to a 3.0-liter V6 with 264 horsepower and 222 pound-feet torque. Both engines had front-wheel-drive with an optional all-wheel drive and a six-speed automatic transmission.

The first generation GMC Terrain achieved 22 mpg in the city and 32 mpg on highways, with 26 mpg combined for its four-cylinder with front-wheel drive model. The V6 with front-wheel-drive was rated at 17 mpg in the city, 25 mpg on highways and 20 mpg combined. All-wheel drives dropped only marginally, with 17 mpg in the city, 24 mpg on highways and 20 mpg combined.

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