For 2016, the GMC Terrain compact-crossover SUV gains revised styling and LED Daytime Running Lights on upper trims. Side Blind Zone Alert and Rear Cross Traffic Alert are now optional on SLE and SLT models, as are new wheel designs and interior color choices.
Like many GM vehicles this year, the 2015 GMC Terrain gets 4G LTE-equipped OnStar, plus the ability to use the connection as a Wi-Fi hotspot. There are also a couple of new colors.
About GMC Terrain
The 2016 GMC Terrain compact SUV has a ruggedly elegant exterior that falls perfectly in line with its GMC kin. Once behind the wheel, however, the Terrain is anything but truck-like, delivering a smooth ride and sedan-inspired handling, while the optional all-wheel drive bolsters year-round driving confidence. The standard 4-cylinder engine is in line with most competitors, but the available V6 puts the Terrain in a league of its own. With room for five, the Terrain stacks up well against the Subaru Forester, Hyundai Santa Fe Sport and Ford Escape, although its lengthy list of standard and available features, especially on the Denali trim, pushes the Terrain's price to the higher end of the compact-SUV market. It lags many of its competitors in cargo space.