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Pros: suspension *smooth*
Cons: too low to the ground, could be higherAll cross overs have bugs to iron out, but in the long run, the comfort, economics, safety and style makes the GMC Terrain a pleasure to drive and an investment to enjoy.
One of the best vehicles I've ever owned.
Pros: The overall look of vehicle.
Cons: At the moment, nothingI traded a 2004 GMC Yukon in for this vehicle and have never looked back. It gets great gas milleage, It's a smaller vehicle, but you don't give up that much when it comes riding comfort. I just took a trip to North Carolina. I rode in the back seat all the way down and back, with the adjustable back seat I was very comfortable. I'm 6' 2' tall 225 lbs.
I really like it!
Cons: Lost Dash lights and radio lights during daytime.This is my third SUV, and I like it the best!
Style, comfort, utility, plus...
Pros: great styling
Cons: non-memory power seatIf you're looking for a 'near-luxury' vehicle with plenty of style, comfort, and utility, this may be for you. Just returned from a 5,000 mile road trip. Good handling, adequate power, comfortable ride, quiet interior, 24mpg. What more can you ask of a mid-size crossover?
Nicest Vehicle I've ever Owned!
Pros: Comfort, Easy of Drivability!
Cons: Wish it got 40 miles to the gallon, Mid 20s is ok. ^.^I've Owned Close to 100 Auto's in my Lifetime. 54 yrs. This is the Nicest one Yet. Comfort, Style, Room, and Handling all in one! This is a Must Test Drive for the folks who look for Room, Handling along with Luxurious Comfort. My Sister Bought the Buick Enclave! Both nice!
Pros: Back up camera
Cons: Rear 2nd row folding seats are a tad difficult to operate.What a sleeper! Who would have thought an SUV would have so much space and power? Starting to have a few electrical problems and this engine should not smoke like it does for a sealed system? I am wondering if this is not an indicator of major engine trouble? Only 15,000 mileage.