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2016 GMC Terrain Guide

Get the best online car shopping experience with expert reviews of the 2016 GMC Terrain. Read more to learn about the most important features and important factors to consider when researching the 2016 GMC Terrain.

Overview2016 GMC TERRAIN

The 2016 GMC Terrain is a compact SUV that can seat up to five occupants. It comes with either a front-wheel-drive system or an all-wheel-drive system. The standard engine is a 182 horsepower four-cylinder, while the available engine is a 301 horsepower V6.


Comfortable Interior

The 2016 GMC Terrain has been praised for having a spacious interior, which is more than can be said of some competing compact SUVs. The rear seats are not only comfortable, but they can also slide forward to allow more cargo space or backward to give passengers more legroom. The 2016 GMC Terrain even offers a touch of luxury with quality interior materials and optional leather upholstery. Heated front seats are also available.

Smooth Ride

The 2016 GMC Terrain offers occupants one of the smoothest, most comfortable rides of any vehicle in its class. This is primarily due to the suspension, which is calibrated to soak up bumps and minimize occupant discomfort when driving on rough surfaces. The 2016 GMC Terrain also offers a very quiet ride as little road noise is allowed into the cabin.

Powerful Available V6

The 2016 GMC Terrain offers an optional V6 engine that produces an impressive 301 horsepower. The V6 engine is available with both front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive. Drivers in search of the most performance may want to go with the all-wheel-drive option and the V6 engine, especially if they plan to take the 2016 GMC Terrain off-road.


Four-Cylinder Engine

While the optional V6 engine in the 2016 GMC Terrain is powerful, the standard 182 horsepower four-cylinder is not nearly as sporty. Reviewers note that acceleration with the four-cylinder engine feels sluggish when going up hills or passing other vehicles on the highway. However, the four-cylinder engine does provide plenty of power for driving in the city. As one might expect from a four-cylinder engine, the Terrain's four-cylinder also provides better fuel economy than the V6 engine.


The 2016 GMC Terrain, as previously mentioned, has a suspension that is calibrated for comfort. While many drivers will appreciate the soft ride, this suspension calibration also leads to the Terrain not having the sportiest handling. Reviewers noted that the Terrain felt a little clumsy and top-heavy when cornering. Drivers looking for a comfortable compact SUV will be well-served by the Terrain while drivers looking for a compact SUV with exhilarating driving dynamics may want to look elsewhere.

Cost Of Ownership

The cost of ownership for the 2016 GNC Terrain is slightly higher than the average. The cost of ownership is calculated by adding up average fuel costs, repair costs, maintenance costs, and insurance costs over a five year period. The 2016 Terrain's slightly below-average fuel economy contributes to the slightly high cost of ownership.

2016 GMC Terrain Reviews

4.8 OUT OF 5 (426 Reviews)