This GMC Terrain from the year 2013 is a AWD 4-Door SLE w/SLE-1 with an MSRP of $28,055. The Gas mileage is approximately 20 mpg City/29 mpg Hwy with an Engine type of Gas/Ethanol I4, 2.4L. The EPA Class of the 2013 GMC Terrain is 4WD Sport Utility Vehicle. You can fit 5 people through the 4 doors of this vehicle. With a body style of Sport Utility the 2013 GMC Terrain has a Drivetrain of All Wheel Drive and a Transmission type of Transmission, 6-speed automatic.
Space in the 2013 GMC Terrain
There is plenty of room for friends, family, and loved ones in the 2013 GMC Terrain, having a Passenger Volume of 99.6 ft3. Front Head Room is a roomy 39.8 ft3, with 55.1 ft3 for the hips, 55.7 ft3 for the shoulders, and 41.2 ft3 for the legs. But what about room for the second passenger in the 2013 GMC Terrain? See the helpful information below to learn more about how much room additional passengers will have in your 2013 GMC Terrain:
|Hip Room for Second Passenger||51.3 ft3|
|Leg Room for Second Passenger||39.9 ft3|
|Head Room for Second Passenger||39.2 ft3|
|Should Room for Second Passenger||55.3 ft3|
Features of the 2013 GMC Terrain
The gas tank of the 2013 GMC Terrain has a capacity of 18 gallons.
Regarding efficiency, the 2013 GMC Terrain get approximately 20 MGP in the city, and 29 MGP on the highway. Combined, the City and Highway fuel efficiency of the 2013 GMC Terrain is 23 MGP.
Riding fast, the Gas/Ethanol I4 of this vehicle gets a Net Horsepower of 182 @ 6700 RPM, which is possible by the Fuel System being Direct Injection. When steering this car, it may be helpful to know that the Steering Type is Electric, the Reverse Ratio is 2.94, and the brakes run on the system 4-Wheel. When navigating the 2013 GMC Terrain, keep in mind that the Curb to Curb turning diameter is 40 feet.
Unless the 2013 GMC Terrain has other tires from a previous owner, the front tire size should be P235/60R17 and made of Aluminum, with the rear tire size should being P235/60R17 and made of Aluminum.
Safety in the 2013 GMC Terrain
Keeping safety in mind, the 2013 GMC Terrain has a plethora of safety features. See the chart below to find out exactly what the 2013 GMC Terrain has in regards to safety precautions:
|Air Bag-Passenger Switch (On/Off)||No|
|Air Bag-Side Body-Front||Yes|
|Air Bag-Side Body-Rear||No|
|Air Bag-Side Head-Front||Yes|
|Air Bag-Side Head-Rear||Yes|
|Child Safety Rear Door Locks||Yes|
|Daytime Running Lights||Yes|
|Rollover Protection Bars||No|
|Tire Pressure Monitor||Yes|
|Other Features||StabiliTrak, stability control system with traction control
Daytime Running Lamps
Air bags, dual-stage frontal and thorax side-impact, driver and...
Air bag Passenger Sensing System sensor indicator inflatable...
Rear Vision Camera
OnStar, 6 months of Directions and Connections plan includes,...
Forward Collision Alert and Lane Departure Warning
Automatic Crash Response
Stolen Vehicle Assistance
OnStar Turn-by-Turn Navigation
Tire Pressure Monitor System (Does not monitor spare.)
Safety belts, 3-point, front and second row all seating positions
Door locks, power rear child security
LATCH system (Lower Anchors and Top tethers for CHildren), for...