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About GMC Terrain

Closely related to its mechanically identical sibling Chevrolet Equinox, GMC Terrain has been manufactured by an American multinational corporation General Motors Company and the Canadian subsidiary of GM, the General Motors of Canada Company but sold under GM's GMC Division of General Motors LLC since 2009 as a mid-size and compact crossover Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV). Originally introduced to replace the GMC Envoy and Pontiac Torrent, Terrain slots below the Acadia and is GMC's smallest SUV. Up to now, it is in its second generation.
The first-generation GMC Terrain was produced from August 10, 2009, to 2017 as a mid-size SUV based on the GM Theta platform and made its debut at the 2009 New York International Auto Show. It came in trim levels including base SLE, SLE-2, SLT, Denali and Nightfall Edition. During this generation, Terrain was powered by a 2.4 L I4 rated at 182 hp and 172 lb-ft of torque, a 3.0 L V6 cranking out 264 horsepower and 222 pound-feet of torque and a 3.6 L V6 generating 301 hp and 272 pound-feet of torque and these engines sent power through a 6-speed automatic transmission to the front wheels or four wheels. The current-generation Terrain made its debut at the 2017 North American International Auto Show as a 2018 model. Trim levels get carried over but now it gets power from 1.5 L, 2.0 L turbo I4 and 1.6 L turbo-diesel I4 and engines are mated to 9-speed or 6-speed automatic transmission.

GMC Terrain Common Problems & Maintenance Tips

Thanks to its stylish cabin, versatile backseat, ample standard features and sophisticated driving manners, GMC Terrain quickly stand out as a CUV. But even though it is a very young model, you still need to be prepared for these common problems on your Terrain in advance:
First, engine failure results from wearing engine related parts and cooling system failure is what GMC Terrain drivers complained most during driving. Since if it is not dealt with well, your vehicle will have the risk of breakdown, you had better know how to diagnose and solve it as early as possible. According to some experienced Terrain drivers, after the vehicle reaches at a certain mileage, ticking or clanking sounds will come from the engine, then the engine performance will reduce dramatically so that it misfires, stalls, has starting issues or poor fuel economy. The overheating engine because of leaking coolant could deteriorate this situation and make engine lose power while acceleration. Thus, when the Low Coolant Light and Check Engine Light come on, please inspect the Terrain spark plug, engine control module, radiator, air filter, head gasket, crankshaft gear, valve cover gasket, rocker arm and coolant temperature sensor.
Second, transmission failure is also a very common and serious problem that will appear when the GMC Terrain reaches about 74,000 miles. In case some Terrain drivers who do not have enough knowledge about transmission failure, we will offer some symptoms of this problem for reference. First, there must be clunking or rattling sounds from underneath the vehicle; secondly, there may be leaking transmission fluid on the ground; others such as difficulty shifting gears, gears unmatchable and vehicle refuses to go into gear also appear. So, please focus on the condition of Terrain automatic transmission filter, shift cable, transfer case seal, and automatic transmission shifter.
Apart from above mentioned two common problems, electrical parts of GMC Terrain are also prone to wear and tear due to a high frequency of usage. Thus, Terrain speedometer, instrument cluster and window regulator should be maintained periodically. Other parts such as windshield wiper, wiper blade, antenna, cabin air filter, seat belt and wheel cover should be on the routine maintenance list to make sure a safe and comfortable driving trip.
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