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$9,766 - $24,000
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A long standard-feature list makes the 2011 Terrain a good buy, but many optional add-ons can push the price upward quickly.
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The Bluetooth phone system lacks a phone book.

it’s base price is only $1800 higher than that of the Equinox primarily due to standard backup camera, floor mats, tint, fog lights, and USB integration

USB-ready radio and XM satellite radio are standard across the board
Popular Mechanics

You can program the power liftgate to automatically stop at any desired point of its travel to clear a low garage door or to provide pet ventilation
Automobile Magazine

The power liftgate makes loading and unloading easy, especially when your arms are full.
Chicago Tribune

A strong feature set for the entry price is one of the other major distinguishing characteristics of the 2011 Terrain. All models come standard with a rear-vision camera, USB connection, keyless entry, XM Radio with three-month trial subscription, two-way power driver's seat with lumbar control, and ambient lighting.

The GMC Terrain does cost a bit more than the closely related Chevrolet Equinox, though that money does bring a higher level of standard equipment, including fog lamps, tinted glass, a USB port, and a backup-camera display.

Optional upgrades include a touchscreen navigation/infotainment system with 40GB of storage (and 10 GB for music), remote start, leather-wrapped steering wheel with integrated audio controls, Bluetooth connectivity, and a dual-screen 8-inch DVD rear-seat entertainment system. Altogether, a loaded V-6 Terrain can price at more than $35k—not far from the price of the larger, three-row Acadia crossover.


A long standard-feature list makes the 2011 Terrain a good buy, but many optional add-ons can push the price upward quickly.

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