For a nice SUV that can seat up to 5 passengers, the GMC Terrain is a great option. It’s regularly praised for offering comfort and a smooth ride, and it’s also reasonably priced for a vehicle of its type.
With the GMC Terrain, you can depend on a reasonable 21 MPG city and 26 MPG highway.
The GMC Terrain has a 10-speed automatic transmission.
Enjoy a turbocharged gas/E15 I4, 2.0L engine.
Brake at the drop of a dime, thanks to the anti-lock brakes on the GMC Terrain.
TIRE AND WHEEL DETAILS
With a curb to curb turning diameter of 41.6 feet, the GMC Terrain comes with a rear tire size of P235/50R19, a spare tire size of T125/70R17, a front tire size of P235/50R19 inches, and a rear wheel size of 19 x 7.5 inches.
You’ll benefit from a MacPherson strut suspension system.
In the front seat of the GMC Terrain, you’ll have 40 inches of headroom, 572 inches of shoulder room, 40.9 inches of legroom, and 54.4 inches of hip room.
Moving to the second seat, there are 385 inches of headroom, 556 inches of shoulder room, 39.7 inches of legroom, and 51.8 inches of hip room.
When it comes to purchasing a safe automobile, the GMC Terrain has you covered.
With this vehicle, you’ll have access to a frontal driver airbag, a front passenger airbag, a front side-body airbag, a front side head airbag, a rear side head airbag, daytime running lights, traction control, fog lamps, Parking Aid, a back-up camera, stability control, and a tire pressure monitor.
Tow a trailer or anything else thanks to a maximum tongue weight of 150 pounds and a maximum trailer weight of 1500 pounds.