I have gotten as much as 36 mpg but the average is 26 - 28 mpg. The is also surprisingly enjoyable to drive, although it doesn't have a more potent engine on tap. The trunk is fairly sized but if you fold down the back seats the vehicle has more than enough room for anything you need to move. If you're looking for a more enjoyable driving experience, the V6 is definitely the way to go. The is another good choice, especially if you want a bit of off-road capability in your crossover. The second level adds forward collision and lane departure warning systems.
They were original though so they did last a long time. Naturally, this leads to poor fuel economy, largely negating the four-cylinder's one advantage over the V6. The option for an all-wheel-drive powertrain becomes available, as do several features packages. The front bucket seats are comfortable, and the standard sliding rear seat allows you to optimize rear-seat legroom or cargo space, depending on your needs. I hope this helps you decide if this is the vehicle for you.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety gave the Terrain the in its small-overlap frontal-offset, moderate-overlap frontal-offset, side-impact and roof-strength tests. While this information is specific to vehicle make, model, model year and body type, your personal information is not taken into consideration and could greatly alter the actual premium quoted by an insurer. With the four-cylinder engine, a properly equipped Terrain can tow 1,500 pounds; the V6 increases towing capacity to 3,500 pounds. It is a nice looking, quality vehicle that you are sure to love. During that time, the class has grown in popularity but the Terrain has soldiered on with only minor equipment updates. And I knew when I was shopping I had to have a American compact suv.
During that time, the class has grown in popularity but the Terrain has soldiered on with only minor equipment updates. This model year has bulky fenders that have now been discontinued. The suspension does a nice job of absorbing impacts from the road and provides a comfortable ride for passengers. If safety is important to you I would recommend this vehicle. It still stands out due to its slightly larger-than-average size and unique square-shouldered body, but newer rivals best it in a few ways. In government crash tests, the Terrain earned an overall score of , with four stars for overall frontal-impact protection and five stars for side-impact protection. I have a hearing deficit and I can turn up the phone volume as high as I need.
Once this is done the radio is top quality and definitely worth it. Mine is fully loaded the navigation works get the WiFi is so fast and convenient. But if ride comfort and V6 power are priorities, the aging Terrain is still worth a look. The seats have a stylish look to them and are very comfortable. All of the safety systems make it impossible to crash and I have the brown saddle leather seats and they are so good looking.
In Edmunds testing, a front-wheel-drive four-cylinder Terrain went from zero to 60 mph in 9. This lets you know when you are crossing into another lane or going off the road without your blinker, it is very useful for people who do a lot of highway driving. The display is nice and user friendly. It still has the best ride and comfort of any vehicle I have had occasion to ride in. However, the slanted screen is more than an arm's length away from the driver and the virtual buttons are small in size, making it difficult to quickly navigate the on-screen menus. This vehicle is also nice for tall people because it sits just a little higher up and there are no foot rales on the outside. With 301 horses on tap, it's one of the most capable engines in any crossover in this price range.
The available Convenience package adds heated front seats and remote engine start. On specs alone, the 182-horsepower motor looks competitive with the class, but in real-life driving situations, the engine can seem underpowered and slow to respond when you step on the gas. One other cool feature is the lane departure system. You'll have the gas pedal floored during routine merging and passing maneuvers, and this isn't very relaxing. An acoustic windshield and other noise-killing measures -- including an active noise-cancellation system for four-cylinder models -- work wonders in muting tire and wind noise, even during high-speed cruising.
Both engines are paired with a six-speed automatic transmission. With the rear seats carrying passengers, the Terrain offers 31. It averages 24 mpg now. Naturally, this leads to poor fuel economy, largely negating the four-cylinder's one advantage over the V6. The dashboard is styled in two graceful curves, and the gauges and secondary controls are highlighted by bright red back lighting, while ambient light makes for a truly inviting nighttime environment. Who would have thought they could be that expensive? The is also surprisingly enjoyable to drive, although it doesn't have a more potent engine on tap. Love the phone feature where you can call from the vehicle and have great sound talking to someone.
It has a smoother quieter ride than the Cadillac or Subaru I recently rode in. With the rear seats folded, the Terrain's 63. Particularly noticeable is the attention to sound-deadening in the Terrain. But even when primed for cargo, the Terrain can't carry as much stuff as some other crossovers. But if ride comfort and V6 power are priorities, the aging Terrain is still worth a look. It feels and looks more expensive than it is. The suspension does a nice job of absorbing impacts from the road and provides a comfortable ride for passengers.