2012 GMC Terrain
123,373 Miles
$12,877

Latham, NY
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2012 GMC Terrain
74,444 Miles
$17,774

Latham, NY
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2014 GMC Terrain
49,960 Miles
$18,414

Highland, MI
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2015 GMC Terrain
19,355 Miles
$18,998

Jonesboro, GA
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2015 GMC Terrain
19,557 Miles
$19,950

Jonesboro, GA
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2015 GMC Terrain
25,451 Miles
$23,950

Jonesboro, GA
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2012 GMC Terrain
81,119 Miles
$16,463

Clinton, TN
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2015 GMC Terrain
14,695 Miles
$22,472

Cincinnati, OH
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2015 GMC Terrain
12,342 Miles
$22,389

Cincinnati, OH
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2010 GMC Terrain
121,385 Miles
$12,856

Lander, WY
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2016 GMC Terrain
18,117 Miles
$24,986

Peoria, IL
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2015 GMC Terrain
37,088 Miles
$17,999

Mendota, IL
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2012 GMC Terrain
80,916 Miles
$13,715

Dover, DE
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2014 GMC Terrain
48,380 Miles
$22,597

Lincolnwood, IL
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2013 GMC Terrain
18,937 Miles
$26,489

Colorado Springs, CO
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2016 GMC Terrain
11,220 Miles
$22,491

Victorville, CA
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2016 GMC Terrain
22,411 Miles
$24,999

Lakewood, CO
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2015 GMC Terrain
17,426 Miles
$17,691

Lansing, MI
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2013 GMC Terrain
58,040 Miles
$14,987

Sheffield, OH
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2012 GMC Terrain
77,548 Miles
$14,989

Payette, ID
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GMC Terrain Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.4
Value
4.5
Performance
3.6
Style
4.6
Comfort
4.6
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
4.2

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GMC Terrain Owner Ratings & Reviews

2016 GMC Terrain - GREAT ALL AROUND SUV

Lexington, Kentucky
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
5.0
Great overall family SUV. Has ample space for groceries, etc, while easily fitting large car seats. One of the best family SUV's I have ever owned and will not own another!
Story
I was lost, and was easily able to navigate out of the place (downtown lexington) with the built in navigation. This calmed my nerves GREATLY and allowed me to not panic.
Pros
The built in 4G Wi-Fi is great for long road trips or small kids who get antsy. OnStar is a great sense of security in case of emergencies with small children. Large backseat fits two large car seats easily, with room for a drop down cup holder in the middle. Great gas mileage with built in sensors to get you the best eco mode during any part of your drive. The best part is that it does this automatically without input from the driver. The backup camera is great quality and allows for easy parallel parking and backing into driveways. The car drives very smoothly whether in the city or o... (more)
Cons
Wi-Fi is a tad expensive, and not a great deal for everyday use. I would only suggest it for road trips, etc. The free Wi-Fi trial is only 90 days and not long enough to truly test its full capabilities. In the 2016 model, the CD player has been removed. I HATE this!!! While I understand that CDs are relatively old technology, I still own them and now have no way to play them during trips.

2015 GMC Terrain - No Better Car on the Road Today

Lincolndale, New York
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
5.0
I just leased a 2015 GMC Terrain and I could not be happier with my decision. Being this is my third Terrain in six years, I am not surprised by how much I love the car. It offers a level of comfort and convenience that any of the higher end cars offers, but for a lesser price. The back up camera is a great feature, as it outlines the path your car will take, taking into consideration how much you've turned your steering wheel. The Terrain rides beautifully on the highway. Its a nice, quiet ride with no vibration at all. Overall, it is simply a car that offers an abundance of features for a really good price.
Story
Two weeks after getting my new Terrain, my wife's water broke in the front seat. We got the car because we were expecting, so I guess that was my daughters way of letting us know it was part her car too
Pros
The handling is superb! I never feel unsafe while driving my Terrain, even around those turns that can sneak up on you. For its size, the Terrain offers a lot of space. The interior is much bigger than the looks of it from the outside. The Terrain is an absolute monster in the snow. With the AWD, I have never had a problem in the snow, and my previous Terrains saw a lot of it.
Cons
The black interior as the only option is the biggest con about the Terrain. In hot weather, as with any car, a black interior can pose to be a problem. If GMC would start offering the Terrain in a tan or beige interior, I think it would be more convenient and beneficial to customers.

2015 GMC Terrain -

Hillsboro, Oregon
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
5.0
Overall this is an excellent vehicle. A great deal of thought went in to the layout of the interior and aside from its sleek appearance, there is ample leg room in the rear seating even when the rear passengers are over 6 feet tall. The cargo space is excellent and I have been able to accommodate eight steel 120 SCUBA diving tanks in addition to all my other dive gear without needing to lay any of the rear seats down, allowing me to still seat 4 divers comfortably. The AWD has been great in the snow covered mountains of Oregon and I have never felt a slip or a slide. The exterior is contemporary and looks clean with great lines and the all leather interior is soft and never too cold or hot due to weather. The stock navigation device is great and accurate, and when combined with OnS... (more)
Story
I used the bluetooth option to stream audio books while driving across the US. I know that doesn't sound fun but when you need to study but can't because of a huge move, your car can read you your textbooks by day as you drive. How awesome is that.
Pros
Navigation Gas mileage AWD OnStar
Cons
V6 should be the only option; the 4cyl does not have enough power to tow in the mountains.