When you're in the market for a new or used SUV, you want to be sure that you make the right choice for your driving preferences and lifestyle. Whether that means comparing all the models in the market, or taking a closer look at some of your favorites, we are here to help. Today, we're peeking inside and under the hood of two popular crossovers, the 2017 GMC Terrain and 2017 GMC Acadia. Whichever you choose, we are sure you will love it, but read on to learn more about what each has to offer.
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|2017 GMC Terrain||VS||2017 GMC Acadia|
|2.4-Liter I-4||Base Engine||2.5-Liter I-4|
|21/31 Mpg City/Hwy||Fuel Economy||21/25 Mpg City/Hwy|
Looking under the hood of the 2017 Terrain and 2017 Acadia, you'll find a four-cylinder base engine that produces over 180 horsepower. However, the slightly larger 2.5-liter I-4 engine under the hood of the Acadia produces 193 horsepower and 188 lb-ft of torque, making it a little more powerful and responsive than the Terrain. However, when it comes to fuel economy, the Terrain races ahead of the Acadia with up to 31 miles per gallon on the highway, compared to only 25 highway miles per gallon with the Acadia.
When it comes to interior space and high-tech convenience features, the 2017 GMC Terrain and 2017 GMC Acadia both come with exciting options, even at the base trim. Inside, drivers will find a bright and colorful first-row LCD screen that works with the Bluetooth compatibility and six-speaker audio system. The Acadia's overall design is more luxurious than the Terrain, giving it the higher starting price. The Terrain's more relaxed and affordable style makes it a great choice for families and adventurous drivers who don't want to break the bank. Be sure to ask our sales team about the available safety features for both the Terrain and the Acadia.