A strong feature set for the entry price is one of the other major distinguishing characteristics of the 2010 Terrain from the Chevrolet Equinox. 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.
Though the 2010 GMC Terrain is, as Car and Driver notes, "roughly $1800 more expensive to start" than the 2010 Chevrolet Equinox, that money does result in a higher level of standard equipment, including fog lamps, tinted glass, a USB port, and a backup-camera display. Beyond the base differences, Jalopnik says, "[t]here's no equipment you can get on the Terrain that you can't get on the Equinox."
Optional upgrades include a touchscreen navigation/infotainment system with 40GB of storage, remote start, leather-wrapped steering wheel with integrated audio controls, Bluetooth connectivity, and a dual-screen 8-inch DVD rear-seat entertainment system. Despite the long list of standard features and affordable options, the price of the 2010 Terrain can push into the "upper-$30,000 range," says Car and Driver.
Car and Driver asserts that, on the whole, options are "quite reasonably priced." Edmunds agrees, noting that the 2010 Terrain "offers just about everything that shoppers in this segment are looking for."