A couple of weeks ago, I had the opportunity to drive a 2010 GMC Terrain from San Diego to Las Vegas en route to the 2009 SEMA show. A couple of five-hour road trips and a few jaunts around town were all I needed to miss the GMC Terrain when I had to finally give it back.
For starters, the infotainment system embedded in the 2010 GMC Terrain was incredibly convenient. I’m the sort of city driver that misses exits, is consistently in the wrong lane and forgets whether I’m supposed to be going north or south after a few miles. The Terrain’s nav system is much more convenient than aftermarket systems I’ve worked with, and is significantly less intrusive.
I was also impressed by the comfort of the 2010 GMC Terrain. The version I drove had leather seats, which made my longer trips significantly more pleasant; tucked-away compartments and cup holders where everywhere I wanted them to be. And I loved the one-touch feature that opens and closes the rear hatch when it was time to run errands. But the best part of driving the 2010 GMC Terrain over such a long distance was that I maintained 30+ MPG on the highway—no small feat for a car so spacious.
Check out more images of the 2010 GMC Terrain above.
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