|2014 GMC Terrain||VS||2014 Ford Escape|
|22 city/32 hwy||Fuel Economy||22 city/31 hwy|
|18.0 gal.||Fuel Tank||15.1 gal.|
|24 months/24,000 miles||Maintenance Warranty||NA|
If you’re thinking about a new vehicle for you and your family, there are a lot of incredible options at your feet today. So many, in fact, that it might be overwhelming to sort through all the specifications and details that each model has to offer. We understand – and that’s why we’re helping to provide some insight into some of today’s most capable and versatile options on the road. If you’re looking to compare the 2014 GMC Terrain vs the 2014 Ford Escape, we’ve got you covered with this side-by side look at the two models.
We’re comparing the Terrain and Escape at their base trim levels - the SLE-1 front-wheel drive for the Terrain and the S front-wheel drive model for the Escape. Both have higher trim levels with more features and capability options, including all-wheel drive on the Terrain and 4x4 capability on the Escape, but for this comparison we’re just looking at the basics so you can get a better idea of what comes standard and conduct further research from there.
You’ll see that when it comes to horsepower and torque, the 2014 GMC Terrain has a bit more to offer Kenosha area drivers, which may be an important factor for those looking for more power behind the wheel. Furthermore, the two are nearly matched on efficiency as well, with a slight advantage going again to the Terrain. Where you might expect more capability to have a cost in terms of fuel economy, the 2014 GMC Terrain offers the best of both worlds.
More perks to owning the GMC Terrain include a larger fuel tank for better range on a tank of gas, and a two-year or 24,000-mile maintenance warranty to keep those concerns and costs at bay for a bit while you settle into enjoying your new vehicle. Sound good to you? Come down to Palmen Buick GMC Cadillac today and take the 2014 GMC Terrain for a test drive!