Enjoy a full length video from Truck Trend. MT Associate Editor Allyson Harwood introduces the 2010 GMC Terrain from the floor of the 2009 New York International Auto Show.
Based on the second-gen Chevrolet Equinox on sale soon, the 2010 GMC Terrain has distinct sheetmetal and a slightly upgraded interior featuring lots of red ambient lighting, including along the center-stack-control outline, the CD player opening, and in the door handle openings. The Terrain will come with slightly more standard equipment than the new Equinox, and we'd expect base prices for the SLE and SLT trim levels, both available in front or all-wheel drive and I-4 or V-6 configurations, to run from the very low to the upper-mid $20s.
Underneath it all, the Terrain will be familiar to those of you who have studied the '10 Equinox's spec sheet: 2.4L Ecotec gas direct-injection four or a new 3.0-liter gas direct-injection V-6, with fuel economy ranging up to 30 mpg highway. The driving range will top 500 miles with either engine and the Ecotec four features an "ECO" mode in which the driver can lower torque lockup speed to 1125 rpm with the touch of a button.