The Terios earns praise for ideally combining its smaller than average footprint and larger than average height.
The Terios earns praise for its 33 feet turning circle allowing maximum maneuverability in the city and on winding roads and slippery surfaces.
The Terios earns its plaudits as a no-nonsense SUV crossover that will get drivers and passengers around in relative comfort at a low cost.
The Terios earns loads praise in most reviews as an ideal vehicle for driving around in the city, as it fits into parking spaces where larger SUVs will look at and drive on.
The Terios enjoys exceptional front visibility.
The Terios disappoints because of its poorly laid out and bland instrument panel.
The Terios disappoints with a maximum speed of 0- 60mph in 12.2 seconds.
The Terios disappoints because of its rear mounted spare wheel which is color contrasted to the rest of the car.
The Terios disappoints because of its high levels of road noise, especially on the motorway.
The Terios disappoints because of its "choppier than it should be" ride on uneven surfaces, either on or off road.
The Terios disappoints because of its side hinged rear door, with a top hinged version capable of providing much improved access.
The Terios disappoints because of poor back support on the front and rear seats, especially felt on longer journeys.