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Detailed Review Of The 2023 GMC Terrain SLT

The attractively boxy, assertive look given off by the 2023 GMC Terrain expresses the fact that its features and performance fail to produce a winning package in the ever-competitive compact crossover market.

All the high-end GMC models feel a little malnourished, a result of the universally equipped and less-than-enthusiastic 175-horsepower turbocharged four-cylinder engine.

The spacious and welcoming interior is held back by modest equipment and merely average material quality. So, why are you wasting time on leasing the 2023 GMC Terrain SLT?

Engine & Performance

The Terrain comes standard with a turbocharged 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine with a nine-speed automatic and either front- or all-wheel drive.

The GMC Terrain provides its passengers with a comfortable, cosseting ride. Although the softly sprung suspension is a boon on long highway drives, the comfort-oriented setup drains the compact crossover of driver engagement once the tarmac gets twisty.


Fuel Economy

The EPA estimates the Terrain with front-wheel drive will earn up to 25 mpg in the city and 30 mpg on the highway. Settling for the  all-wheel drive drops the highway estimate to 28 mpg. Plus, Likewise, the direct but solid steering, allows effortless turn-in at low speeds.


A spacious and accommodating interior is let down by subpar build quality and a middling mix of materials. Meanwhile, the Terrain’s ergonomically challenged push-button shifter sprinkles salt in the compact crossover’s interior wounds.

It consists of several switches that look like power window controls, located low on the center console and less than intuitive to use. Although it’s something drivers will grow accustomed to over time, the small buttons are quite difficult to locate at a glance, specially when groping for reverse, making it difficult to pull off three-point turns quickly or operate the transmission’s manual mode.

The Terrain is an amenable partner for lugging large loads of various sizes. Credit a standard 60/40 split-folding rear seat, as well as an available fold-flat front seat. The GMC Terrain’s cargo area offers class-competitive space. In our carry-on luggage test, the Terrain held 24 cases with the rear seats folded; those in search of the absolute maximum cargo room will be better served, albeit only slightly, by the CR-V.

Safety & Driver-Assistance Features

A host of driver-assistance features is standard and more can be added as options. Key safety features include:

  • Available adaptive cruise control
  • Pedestrian detection
  • Standard automated emergency braking
  • Lane-keeping assist
  • Standard lane-departure warning

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