A roomy interior and capable cargo space doesn't have to mean sacrificing fuel economy when you drive the eye-catching 2017 GMC Terrain. This crossover SUV offers the best of both worlds with its spacious interior and powerful engine, and it's available at Palmen Buick GMC Cadillac of Kenosha. Today, we're taking a look at the differences between the 2017 GMC Terrain and 2017 Honda CR-V. We hope this comparison helps you to choose the model that best fits your lifestyle and your budget.
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|2017 GMC Terrain||VS||2017 Honda CR-V|
|2.4-Liter I-4||Standard Engine||2.4-Liter I-4|
|6-Speed Automatic||Transmission||2-Speed CVT|
|Premium Cloth||Seating Trim||Cloth|
If you're unsure when choosing between the 2017 GMC Terrain and 2017 Honda CR-V, you'll have to take a look inside. Both crossovers have a standard 2.4-liter engine that produces just over 180 horsepower and over 170 lb-ft of torque. With that, you can tow up to 1,500 pounds, making either SUV the perfect mix between capability and compact size.
Those who prefer the more traditional design of the 2017 GMC Terrain are sure to enjoy the chrome accents and larger wheels that accompany the standard features on the SL base trim. However, the more modern look of the 2017 Honda CR-V does offer drivers an eye-catching appeal to those looking to drive something more streamlined in appearance.
Both vehicles offer standard Bluetooth compatibility, and steering wheel mounted audio controls to go with the cloth-covered seats for an enjoyable riding experience. The 2017 Terrain does have a slight advantage in high-tech features with a larger audio system and four interior power outlets. Be sure to ask our sales team about the optional technology available, and the bonus features that come on the other trim levels.