GMC has made several changes to the popular Terrain crossover-SUV. It still comfortably seats five, with luggage, and retains its balance of economy and power, but it now includes much better style to make it less of a "younger brother" to the larger, more domineering Acadia. Most notably for FutureCars readers, however, is the fact that the 2013 Terrain is EPA rated at 32 miles per gallon on the highway and 22 in the city in its front-wheel-drive base configuration. This makes it one of the most fuel efficient full SUVs on the market today.
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Terrain offers a commanding view of the road and strikes a balanced, athletic stance that is characterized by bold, muscular fender flares. The surfacing is angular yet refined, with a strong front-end appearance that features precise, squared-off edges accented with chrome.