Take a closer look at the GMC's small SUV. The five-seater crossover is packed with standard and optional technology, such as IntelliLink and a new camera-based crash-avoidance system.
2012 GMC Terrain--front
GMC is General Motor's fastest growing brand, due in part to its crossover, the GMC Terrain, which attracts families that want the size and cargo capacity of a small SUV, but don't want or need third-row seating. To meet customer demand, it doubled production of the Terrain since 2010 and plans to lure more buyers away from competitors such as the Ford Edge--and even upsell current Chevrolet shoppers--by adding additional technology options and giving consumers bigger bang for their buck.
The GMC Terrain is a slightly dressier version of its more mainstream fraternal twin, the Chevrolet Equinox. With its more aggressive exterior, bolder badging, and a lot more chrome, the GMC Terrain attracts a tonier buyer used to a little flash, and who is looking to turn a few heads on the road.