Downsizing. Prior to being hijacked by corporate America, this simple word meant just what you’d think – to cut back in number or make smaller. Not a pleasant thought as an employee, but perfectly sensible for empty nesters with large homes, parents with an increasing number of bills to pay, and others. As fuel prices continue their upward climb, car buyers have also adopted the practice of downsizing, which has led to the development of new models like the 2010 GMC Terrain. Arriving late to the party hosted by the Honda CR-V and Toyota RAV4, the Terrain steals a bit of the spotlight with its blocky styling and 32-mpg highway rating. Consider it a genuinely competitive though not outstanding offering from GMC. Here are 10 things we think every buyer should know about the 2010 GMC Terrain.
By: Thom Blackett
Photos Courtesy of: GMC