Passenger and driver alike will appreciate the quiet interior of the GMC Terrain. The laminated glass, active noise cancellation technology, and triple-seal doors give this SUV the interior quiet of...
luxury car, even at highway speeds. The base engine is a 182-horsepower 2.4-liter 4-cylinder that offers up good fuel economy, but at the cost of anything resembling snappy acceleration. On the other hand, there's a 301-horsepower V6 that's smooth and quiet, and offers much better punch even if fuel economy is only so-so. The Terrain's comfortable ride and predictable steering feel are backed up by a roomy interior, with a notably spacious rear seat. Unfortunately, the tradeoff is in cargo space, which lags many of its competitors, including the much smaller Ford Escape.