The 2015 GMC Terrain as a rugged five-seater compact crossover truck came out to be a better alternative to several vehicles of its class because of its intriguing, boxy styling, with an impressive gas mileage it could derive from its in four-cylinder form engine, while there is a good interior space for hauling people as well as cargo.
The Look and Feel
As commented by the experts of the Cullman Buick GMC dealer, the 2015 GMC Terrain can be held as a fairly big vehicle that is more than being just comfortable for four adults. The front bucket seats with a rear bench provide enough support for both the passengers or a good load of cargo, and the space expands up to 31.6 cubic feet with the seats folded up. All versions of the 2015 GMC Terrain come with a huge and deep glove box, a decent storage bin near the center of controls, while the armrest storage is deep enough to carry a small laptop.
The safety features of the 2015 GMC Terrain scored excellent that scales up its profile. The NHTSA rated it four stars for its overall safety standards, while the IIHS honored it with their Top Safety Pick award. The standard safety features in the Terrain include a full set of curtain airbags a rearview camera, stability controls and big blind spots.
For performance, the 2015 GMC Terrain offers the drivers to select a direction that its 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine with direct injection can make the car move towards. With a 180 of horsepower and it teams up with a six-speed automatic transmission to earn an EPA fuel economy count of 22mpg in the city and 32 mpg in the highway when driven with the front-wheel-drive models. The powertrain can be upgraded to a new 301-hp generating 3.6-liter direct-injected V-6 engine that can raise a speed of 0-60 mph in just 6.5-second range.
The 2015 GMC Terrain, according to the Cullman Buick GMC Dealer experts, has even topped the tow rating with its towing capacity of 3,500 pounds. While towing in its full capacity, though the gas mileage cannot hit the 32 mpg in the highway, it drives equally well with its quick shift response and subtle handling which is refined in most of the time.
The Bottom Line
If you dig deeply into the performance details of this fuel efficient 2015 GMC Terrain, its four-cylinder powerband would make you feel its power frequently on roads that are not laid smoothly enough. You can find that the Terrain of 2015 has plenty of urge even today to carry out all the tasks with equal efficiency and respond to almost every need. While the standard front-wheel drive is enough for its daily commute, with the all-wheel drive model, the performance rises to the next level which many of its rivals would envy. The noise of wind and powertrain are remarkably low in the Terrain’s six-cylinder models, that makes the cabin remain calm and composed even during a rigorous drive.