Used 2013 GMC Terrain SUV Pros & Cons

Pros & Cons of the 2013 GMC Terrain SUV

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 Pros A more powerful engine for 2013 delivers better acceleration than previous models.

 Pros Decent towing capacity is awarded.

 Pros Four-wheel independent suspension offers a smoother ride to all passengers.

 Pros Expected to score quite well in crash tests.

 Pros Offers an abundance of cargo space with all seats in place.

 Pros Roomy cabin with more than enough leg room for rear seat passengers.

 Pros Quiet ride.

 Pros Subtle enhancements to the interior offer a more upscale feel.

 Pros Lightweight components are used for the V6 engine to boost horsepower without compromising fuel-economy.

 Pros Dual flow dampers help to offer a smooth ride.

 Cons Not very much cargo space is awarded when you fold down the rear seat.

 Cons Controls on the dash are a little too jumbled together in certain places, making them awkward to operate.

 Cons Blind spots are a problem so drivers will really need to add on the rear cross traffic alert.

 Cons Low ground clearance at only 6.9 inches makes this sport utility vehicle not very practical for off-road use.

 Cons Not nearly as responsive or agile as many other crossovers.

 Cons Body roll is obvious on sharp turns.