The 2014 GMC available in Basle, SLT and Denali trim levels. The 2014 GMC Terrain SLE and 2014 GMC Terrain SLT trims are further subdivided into two levels: 2014 GMC Terrain Basle-1 and -2 and 2014 GMC Terrain SLT-1 and -2. The main equipment in the SLE of 1 trim includes 17-inch wheels Rim, heated sideview mirrors, auto-dimming rearview mirror, rearview camera, control cruise, power-Adjustable height driver seat, a Backseat to live in, tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel with cruise and audio controls, OnStar, Bluetooth phone connection and a six-speaker sound system with 7-inch screen interface including satellite radio, an auxiliary jack audio interface and iPod.
The Basle-2 color adds to the Basle-1 by the roof rails, automatic climate control, eight-way power driver seat with power bar change, its leather-wrapped wheel, the better Upholstery fabric, improve the eighteen-speaker Pioneer audio an system and IntelliLink user interface GM to allow the voice command of phone and audio functions. Optional on the SLE-2 is a pack Safety, including tree-walk warning and forward-collision alert systems, including rear parking sensors, and a Convenience package adds front heated seats and remote engine start. Is available for the Basle-2 is the Chrome package that includes Chrome trim on the outside, -18 inch wheels Chrome finish and all weather rear cargo mat.
The 2014 GMC Terrain SLT-1 comes with all the equipment and the SLE of the normal 2 and the contents of the packet Convenience and Upholstery skin. The safety sunroof package remains optional, and you can go to the higher-Adjustable power liftgate. The 2014 GMC Terrain SLT-2 comes with all of the above equipment as standard (except cargo mat) and include driver-seat memory functions. A navigation system is optional for all terrains GMC, SLE-1. A two-screen DVD rear entertainment system is available for the 2014 GMC Terrain SLT-2 and 2014 GMC Terrain DENAL.
2014 GMC Terrain Interior
GMC can still perceive as a “truck” brand, but well appointed interior the 2014 Terrain’s no way to come to the eye or touch. The dashboard is styled in two Curves kind, and the second estimate of management and is highlighted by blue soft lights back on, whereas in the light breeze makes for a really inviting environment at night. The standard 7-inch color screen to display lends a high-tech feel to even the base model, but IntelliLink interface is a meaningful improvement, as it uses Bluetooth streaming audio to enable the integration of smartphone apps like Pandora and Stitcher. On-screen menus are well organized, but the system answers the occasional missed or to contact the participants frustrating.
Especially noticeable is the core of the sound-deadening in the area. A windshield and other acoustic noise-killing measures – including an active noise cancellation system for the four-cylinder model – a miracle in muting the sound of the wheel and the spirit, even during high-speed Cruising. Front bucket seats are comfortable, and the sliding seat and rear allows you to make better rear-seat legroom or cargo space, its depending on your needs. With the rear seats in the folded, 63.7 cubic feet of maximum cargo capacity is to be less than that of Honda CR-V, the Hyundai Santa Fe and The Toyota RAV4. With the rear seats in the passenger, the terrain offers 31.6 cubic feet of cargo space.
2014 GMC Terrain Engine
Standard engine in the 2014 GMC at 2.4-liter four-cylinder produces 182 horsepower and 172 pound-feet of torque. Option at any Terrain Isle-1 is a V6 3.6-liter engine that churns out a hefty 301 HP and 272 LB-ft of torque. Both engines are backed by a walk in the automatic six-speed. Front-wheel drive is standard and AWD is optional, regardless of engine choice or color level. The four-cylinder, front-wheel-Terrain returns an EPA-estimated 22 MPG city/32 MPG highway and 26 MPG combined. The 3.6-liter V6 front-wheel-drive model is related at 17/24/20, and AWD stands at 16/23/19. In testing, a front-wheel-drive, four-cylinder Terrain went from zero to 60 Mph in 9.4 seconds, while the average for the class. A V6-equipped, all-wheel Denali version sprinted from zero to 60 in 7.0 seconds, an impressive time between crossovers small and mid-size six-cylinder or turbocharged engine better. With a four-cylinder engine, the Terrain well equipped such that 1,500 pounds; the V6 increases towing capacity of 3,500 pounds.
2014 GMC Terrain Safety
The 2014 GMC Terrain fitted with the standard anti-lock brakes, stability and traction control, front-seat side-impact airbag, side curtain airbag and a rearview camera. Also standard is an emergency communication GM’s OnStar, which includes automatic crash notification, an emergency assistance button, flung open the door and stolen car service. A lane departure warning, forward collision warning system and rear parking sensors are optional on the Basle-2 and SLT-1 trim levels and standard on 2014 GMC Terrain SLT-2 and 2014 GMC Terrain Denali, blind-site monitoring and cross-traffic alert Special programs.
In the test, the 2014 GMC Terrain four-cylinder came to a stop from 60 Mph in 121 feet, a few feet shorter than average. In government crash tests, the world’s earned an overall score of four stars out of five, with four stars for overall protection directly impact and five stars for side-impact protection. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety gave the best possible rating of top in moderation and follow directly from the machines, side-impact and roof-strength test.