- This is the North American version of the Terrain. For the Middle East GMC Terrain, see Opel Antara.
|Parent company||General Motors|
|Production||August 10, 2009–present|
|Assembly||Ingersoll, Ontario, Canada|
|Class||Compact crossover SUV|
|Body style(s)||4-door SUV|
|Layout||Front engine, front-wheel drive / four-wheel drive|
|Platform||GM Theta platform|
2.4 L I4|
3.0 L V6
|Wheelbase||112.5 in (2858 mm)|
|Length||185.3 in (4707 mm)|
|Width||72.8 in (1849 mm)|
|Height||66.3 in (1684 mm)|
The GMC Terrain is a compact crossover SUV that replaced the Pontiac Torrent, sold in the same dealerships prior to GM dropping the Pontiac brand,. Like the Torrent, the Terrain is based on the Theta platform. The Terrain slots below the Acadia as GMC's smallest SUV.
The Terrain shares engineering with the 2010 Chevrolet Equinox. The 2010 Terrain debuted at the 2009 New York International Auto Show. Like the preceding Pontiac Torrent, the Terrain will be sold in Mexico.
- Main article: Opel Antara
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- ↑ General Motors (2010-04-01). "Sales and Production Release March 2010". Archived from the original on 2011-06-10. Retrieved on 2010-07-08.
- ↑ "GMC Terrain First Auto Embargo Broken By Twitter". Jalopnik (2009-03-24). Retrieved on 2010-10-10.
- ↑ Hussain, Mashfique. "World premiere for GMC Terrain in Dubai". DriveArabia. Retrieved on 2010-10-10.
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