2014 GMC Terrain

SLE-1 FWD 4-Dr Sport Utility I4 auto trans

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$24,943
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$26,465
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$23,125

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2014 GMC Terrain
2014 GMC Terrain

New for 2014

The 2014 GMC Terrain gains a new exterior color called Silver Sky Metallic, standard 17-inch wheels on SLE and SLT1 trims and standard 18-inch wheels in the SLT2 grade.

Vehicle Overview

The 2014 GMC Terrain is a midsize five-passenger crossover slotting under the larger Acadia. It is sold in five trim levels, which includes the more upscale Denali, and is available in front- and all-wheel-drive configurations.

Summary

The 2014 Terrain is available with two engines: a 2.4-liter I-4 making 182 hp and 172 lb-ft of torque or a 3.6-liter V-6 producing 301 hp and 272 lb-ft paired to a six-speed automatic transmission. Fuel economy is competitive with the EPA rating front-drive I-4 variants at 22/32 mpg city/highway and for 20/29 mpg for all-wheel drive models. V-6 Terrains achieve 17/24 mpg with front-wheel drive and 16/23 mpg with all-wheel drive, which is slightly behind the competition. We prefer the V-6 over the more fuel-efficient I-4 since its better matched with the six-speed automatic.
Driving dynamics is not a 2014 Terrain strong suit as it tends to wallow around and “would have benefitted from better control of body motions.” Furthermore, its steering felt “light and artificial,” and “lacks a strong sense of straight ahead.”
Interior space is among the most spacious in the compact crossover segment especially the rear seats that slide eight inches fore and aft to increase the already generous passenger or cargo space. Available tech and convenient features such as navigation, rear seat entertainment system, and a trailer towing package improve the crossover’s usability and allows mobile devices such as smartphones to connect with the infotainment system via Bluetooth and GM’s IntelliLink system.
The 2014 GMC Terrain has a five-star safety rating from the NHTSA (out of a possible five stars) and scored a good in all IIHS tests including the small overlap front category (good is the highest possible score).

What We Think

The 2014 GMC Terrain is a good choice for a midsize crossover due to its flexible cabin and generous space for passengers. In a 2012 Driven review, we said that the Terrain is “the most spacious in its class” with pleasant upscale materials that help make the cabin feel more luxurious. Additionally, we also praised the crossover’s user-friendly infotainment controls with a center stack that is “the best laid-out of any GM car” and a “logical and easy to use” navigation system.
However, the Terrain’s driving dynamics let it down with an artificial steering feel and lack of straight line stability. We noted that the crossover could benefit from better chassis tuning to help control its body motions and improve the overall driving experience.
You’ll Like
  • Generous space for passengers and/or cargo
  • Sliding rear seats improve practicality
  • User-friendly center stack
You Won’t Like
  • Sloppy handling
  • Artificial steering
  • Unimpressive V-6 fuel economy
Key Competitors
  • Ford Edge
  • Hyundai Santa Fe Sport
  • Nissan Murano
  • Subaru Outback

Rating

3
2014 Honda Pilot IIHS During Crash
Even a year and a half after the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) introduced its small front overlap test, manufacturers continue to struggle in the stringent test. In the latest round of testing on midsize SUVs, all but three models tested failed to achieve even an “Acceptable” rating. The Toyota Highlander managed to eke out an “Acceptable” score, while only the Chevrolet Equinox and GMC Terrain earned “Good” ratings. That meant only those three receive the Top Safety Pick+ designation.

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2014 GMC Terrain Specifications

Quick Glance:
Engine
2.4L I4Engine
Fuel economy City:
22 MPG
Fuel economy Highway:
32 MPG
Horsepower:
182 hp @ 6700rpm
Torque:
172 ft lb of torque @ 4900rpm
  • Air Conditioning
  • Power Windows
  • Power Locks
  • Power Seats
  • Steering Wheel Tilt
  • Cruise Control
  • Sunroof (optional)
  • ABS
  • Stabilizer Front
  • Stabilizer RearABS
  • Electronic Traction Control
  • Electronic Stability Control
  • Locking Differential (optional)
  • Limited Slip Differential (optional)
  • Airbag Driver
  • Airbag Passenger
  • Airbag Side Front
  • Airbag Side Rear (optional)
  • Radio
  • CD Player
  • CD Changer (optional)
  • DVD (optional)
  • Navigation

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5-Year Total Cost to Own For The 2014 GMC Terrain

Depreciation
38.9%
Loss in Value + Expenses
= 5 Year Cost to Own
Depreciation
$14,172
38.9%
Insurance
$6,345
17.4%
Fuel Cost
$9,288
25.5%
Financing
$2,920
8%
Maintenance
$2,838
7.8%
Repair Costs
$470
1.3%
State Fees
$428
1.2%
Five Year Cost of Ownership: $36,461 What's This?
Value Rating: Average