2011 GMC Terrain Features

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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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