Looking at the 2010 GMC Terrain, you might not know that it shares most of its under-skin components with the Chevrolet Equinox. The chunky, almost over-the-top fender swells definitely don't look like the unassuming Equinox's smooth lines. But step inside the cabin and the family resemblance is obvious. But that's a good thing.
The 2010 GMC Terrain is available with a range of powertrain options: either front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive, and four- or six-cylinder engines; mix and match as you like, they all come with six-speed automatic transmissions and direct injection. A range of trim levels are also available, adding technology and features, though even the base spec is pretty accommodating. Given the Terrain's low $24,995 starting price, there's a lot to be said for this bolder-looking cousin of the Equinox. Though many of the test vehicles were clad in a deep red, the white and black models packed the most visual punch.
All of the available features and behind-the-wheel...
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