The crossover SUV class prevents drivers from compromising style for seating capacity. Scan these vehicle specs to see how the 2012 GMC Terrain can meet your family’s vehicle needs.
Unique Crossover Charm: Despite the vehicle’s varied functionality, the Terrain utilizes rugged SUV styling to draw looks on the road. A bold GMC logo is offset by the 2012 Terrain’s new rectangular grille pattern. The mix of stable, square motifs and subtle sloping curves evokes the vehicle’s sophisticated drive. Impressive upgrades include 19-inch chrome wheels and a stunning chrome exterior trim. Bottom panels utilize a chip-resistant paint to keep the 2012 GMC Terrain moving stylishly from city streets to dirt roads.
High Tech Interior: The 2012 GMC Terrain’s exterior may be tempting, but its cabin seals the deal. Bluetooth and Intellilink technology allow drivers to stream online music from sites like Pandora directly into the vehicle. The same upgrade allows drivers to use hands-free voice controls to answer their smartphones. Terrain owners will also benefit from spacious seating for five and a near-silent cabin experience. Other standard interior features include adjustable power seats, telescopic steering, review cameras, integrated dash touch screen, and built-in USB ports.
Flexible Performance: Two impressive engines help the 2012 GMC Terrain meet the needs of any compact crossover shopper. The 2.4-liter 4-cylinder provides 182 horsepower and can haul up to 1500 lbs. This potent power source provides fuel economy numbers reaching 26 miles per gallon combined. The optional 3.0-liter 6V engine boosts vehicle performance to 264 horsepower and 3,500 lbs of towing capacity. ?
A roomy crossover cabin, like the one found in the 2012 GMC Terrain, allows for comfortable travel during the longest car trips. Before starting an all-terrain journey, visit the GMC parts and service experts at Don Bohn GMC for emergency roadside maintenance tips. Call (504) 708-4676 for dealership hours.