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If there's one thing I've learned from trying out and reviewing all these cars over the past year it's that even the most unassuming vehicle can surprise you, and GMC's Terrain is no exception.So instead I chose to spend last weekend with the GMC Terrain, and I was reminded, again, that I should never dismiss a car before I actually drive it.A car's color shouldn't really figure into a review but the choice of paint can make or break a car, and in the case of the Terrain it makes all the difference due to this SUV's singular design.I'm talking about the first obvious design feature on this car. Also, while the Terrain features an auto down button for the windows, it's only one way – you have to keep it pressed for the window to close all way.Moving on to the finer points of this car, let's talk about the surprising aspect I mentioned earlier, and that's about how the Terrain performs. During my time with this car, I found myself driving it not like an SUV but rather more like a performant sedan – it's that accommodating. The car also comes with a generous repertoire of features, which includes essentials such as power windows with driver and passenger Express down, cruise control, power steering with variable hydraulic assist, leather-wrapped multifunction steering wheel, multitrip computer, interior rearview self-dimming mirror, remote vehicle start with keyless entry, plenty of cup holders, 12-Volt power outlets, auxiliary ports, eight-way power driver's seat with lumbar support and automatic climate control.
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