2012 GMC Terrain
32,962 Miles
$15,990

Staunton, VA
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2012 GMC Terrain
76,884 Miles
$14,346

Waterloo, IL
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2012 GMC Terrain
89,400 Miles
$12,900

Pasco, WA
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2012 GMC Terrain
82,185 Miles
$12,800

Paynesville, MN
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2012 GMC Terrain
51,624 Miles
$13,999

Anchorage, AK
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2012 GMC Terrain
100,892 Miles
$11,698

Belleville, IL
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2012 GMC Terrain
83,044 Miles
$13,888

Seekonk, MA
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2012 GMC Terrain
98,637 Miles
$10,400

Pinconning, MI
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2012 GMC Terrain
142,002 Miles
$8,500

Pinconning, MI
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2012 GMC Terrain
53,429 Miles
$15,980

Raleigh, NC
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2012 GMC Terrain
75,903 Miles
$12,649

O'fallon, IL
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2012 GMC Terrain
106,545 Miles
$11,999

Yuba City, CA
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2012 GMC Terrain
48,288 Miles
$16,980

Stafford, TX
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2012 GMC Terrain
104,409 Miles
$10,904

Sauk Centre, MN
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2012 GMC Terrain
116,478 Miles
$13,597

Monticello, MN
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2012 GMC Terrain
29,622 Miles
$16,481

Concord, NC
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2012 GMC Terrain
115,431 Miles
$10,588

Greencastle, PA
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2012 GMC Terrain
94,875 Miles
$11,900

Jacksonville, NC
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2012 GMC Terrain
78,950 Miles
$12,977

Skokie, IL
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2012 GMC Terrain
84,309 Miles
$14,500

Enid, OK
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2012 GMC Terrain Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
3.5
2 Reviews
Overall
3.5
Value
3.0
Performance
2.5
Style
4.5
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.5
Reliability
3.5

2012 GMC Terrain Owner Ratings & Reviews

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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.

2012 GMC Terrain - Sorely disappointed

Mike
Sheridan, Arkansas
Overall
2.0
Value
3.0
Performance
1.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
2.0
From the maker of some great automobiles comes this awesome concept with poor execution and disappointing features. Initial impressions were that this was a sleek little SUV packed with features including great gas mileage and the ability to run with the fad-pack of boxy SUVs. Sadly, this is far from the case. After 65,000 highway miles, MPG performance comes nowhere near the label description. The interior feels cheap and squeaky with too much plastic, the rear camera works... sometimes, there are no backup sensors, the power windows lack - well - power, and the engine is woefully under-powered (even after being rebuilt). For a similar chunk of change, I could have been driving a much nicer and much more reliable vehicle from a number of competitors.
Story
Shortly after the purchase, we enjoyed a couple of long family road trips.
Pros
The top positive aspects to this vehicle are some features, like heated, power seats, the center console LCD screen, backup camera, and adjustable rear bench seat. Also notable is the remote start and OnStar features.
Cons
Where to begin... first, a fuel line pressure sensor caused many headaches followed shortly by a necessary engine rebuild due to cylinder o-ring disintegration, bearing failures, and etching of the cylinder walls. The overall lack of power is frustrating and the transmission began slipping periodically shortly after the purchase. It has only gotten worse as time has gone on. Now, while braking, if the vehicle does not come to a complete stop before gently pressing the acceleration, the vehicle jolts as if it were hit from behind. There are no backup sensors, which can prove hazardous ... (more)

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