2015 GMC Terrain; Class of its own
The 2015 GMC terrain is a complete package when it comes to mileage, looks and durability. This SUV can be considered as an alternative to Chevy Equinox or Honda CR-V. This year GMC Terrain has terrific styling, intriguing looks, awesome mileage in shape of 4-cylinder and lots of room for the passengers. Other than little alterations, 2015 has brought two noticeable changes to the vehicle. The manufacturer has taken in-car connectivity to a whole new level through its new connectivity kit, which enables this grand vehicle to create its own, wireless network. Terrain is now also available in two new colors.
The Terrain offers a lot of space to passengers or luggage despite the fact that it is missing third-row seating. It is a 5-seater, which can quite easily accommodate 4 passengers. When it comes to luggage, this vehicle can be a delight to shoppers and those who travel by road with family. GM has been successfully able to create a spacious cabin with a beautiful interior. The front bucket-shaped seats are extremely comfortable while the back seats are adjustable, allowing some good space for luggage or an extra passenger. One thing that might give some chance to its critics is that the back seats don’t completely go flat. Other than that the cabin has everything an SUV should have. It has a beautiful 7-inch touchscreen that controls the power infotainment system. Premium leather seats, red-stitched dash pad and rich wood grained steering wheel also adds to the class of the vehicle.
Fenders are something that we can’t miss about 2015 GMC Terrain. It also makes it stand out from the rest of the competitors. These Fenders are crisply creased out and looks very different, giving a pure MASCULINE look to the vehicle.
Moving on to the performance, 2015 GMC Terrain is the latest beast from General Motor proves more than a couple of points. It has a powerful direct injection engine, which is contained in a 4-cylinder, 2.4-liter. This standard engine can produce around 180 HP. The fuel economy is something that is a little ordinary compared with other excellent features of the car. The 2015 GMC Terrain has a fuel economy of 22 mpg on cramped city roads and 32 mpg on long, relaxed highways. These figures are off course when the vehicle is on front-wheel drive. On all wheel drive the mileage figures can be slightly unforgiving.
Standard vehicle can be upgraded to a super engine, which is a 3.6 liter, V-6. This engine can produce an amazing power of 301 HP. Fuel economy for the upgraded engine is somewhere around 17 mpg in the city and 24 mpg on the highways. If you decide to put some icing on the cake, that is top up the super engine with all-wheel drive, these figures can be around 16 mpg in the city and 24 mpg on the highways.