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2015 GMC Terrain: Car Seat Check


GMC's smallest SUV gets a mild face-lift for 2016, but we tested the 2015 model in our Car Seat Check. Like its Chevrolet Equinox twin, families will find a lot to like about the Terrain's backseat, including room for two

2015 GMC Terrain: Car Seat Check

By Jennifer Geiger  on May 12, 2015

GMC's smallest SUV gets a mild face-lift for 2016, but we tested the 2015 model in our Car Seat Check. Like its Chevrolet Equinox twin, families will find a lot to like about the Terrain's backseat, including room for two

Video: 2016 GMC Terrain Denali

By Patrick Olsen  on April 1, 2015

GMC decided to reveal a slightly revamped 2016 Terrain crossover at the 2015 New York International Auto Show this week. I checked it out and found a few changes worth noting. Watch the video and find out what's missing from

Updated 2016 GMC Terrain Shown Before New York Auto Show (50 Photos)

By Patrick Olsen  on March 31, 2015

The changes to the GMC Terrain are minor for 2016 with a few exceptions. The most obvious updates are the C-shaped brackets around the fog lights that make the entire SUV seem wider, with a more aggressive stance. Related: More

2016 GMC Terrain: First Look

By Kelsey Mays  on March 30, 2015

Competes with: Toyota RAV4, Honda CR-V, Ford Escape Looks like: The Terrain got some new bumpers Drivetrains: 182-horsepower, 2.4-liter four-cylinder or 301-hp, 3.6-liter V-6 with six-speed automatic transmission; front- or all-wheel drive Hits dealerships: Fall 2015 Much like its Chevrolet

Recall Alert: 414,000 GM Sedans, Sports Cars, SUVs

By Matt Schmitz  on July 29, 2014

Vehicles Affected: More than 414,000 model-year 2011-12 Buick LaCrosse and Regal sedans, and Chevrolet Camaro sports cars, and 2010-12 Cadillac SRX, Chevrolet Equinox and GMC Terrain SUVs, all equipped with power height adjustable driver and passenger seats The Problem: The

What's the Most Affordable Compact SUV for 2014?

By David Thomas  on June 18, 2014

  If you're shopping for a compact SUV, the bevy of competitive options to choose from may overwhelm you. Since our last comparison test in 2012 new models from Jeep, Nissan and Toyota have gone on sale, and they're selling

Several Midsize SUVs Fail IIHS Crash Test

By Jennifer Geiger  on April 7, 2014

The 2014 Honda Pilot didn't do very well in Cars.com's $40,000 3-Row SUV Challenge, and it fared even worse in the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety's latest crash test. The Pilot is one of several SUVs that scored poorly in

Which Cars Have Heated Seats with Separate Back and Bottom Heaters?

By Rick Popely  on September 29, 2013

In the new Chevrolet Impala, I noticed the heated seats are two-stages like GM vehicles used to have. But many GMs I've been in recently have just the one setting for bottom and back combined. Is this GM-wide? Which vehicles

Can You Compare the GMC Terrain to the Subaru Outback?

By Rick Popely  on August 25, 2013

"Can you compare the GMC Terrain to the Subaru Outback?" Anonymous Though the Outback is officially a wagon, it mimics the look of an SUV, has standard all-wheel drive and provides more ground clearance than most crossovers. If it looks

Insurance Study Finds GMC Sierra 1500 Best for Safety

By Kelsey Mays  on January 29, 2013

A new study of insurance rates for injury protection and medical payments ranked the GMC Sierra 1500 pickup truck highest for occupant injury protection. The Fiat 500 ranks lowest. Insure.com studied prevailing insurance rates across hundreds of ZIP codes from