?The Terrain shares a lot of parts with both the Cadillac SRX and the Chevrolet Equinox. So what?s different about the GMC? Mostly visual and touch factors. GMC gifts their vehicles with a more businesslike luxury feeling, as opposed to Cadillac?s opulent luxury and Chevy?s family-oriented economy styling.?
The most striking thing about the 2010 Terrain is the exterior styling. GMC chose large square box flares around the wheel wells and a defiantly blocky front end. Contrast that to the Cadillac?s sports car-derived lines and the Chevy?s family-friendly look, and you? have a true choice of styles within the GM crossover family.
?The 2010 Terrain has a quality interior. The surfaces are plastic, but it?s nice plastic in black and grey and silver tones, with well-executed controls that don?t feel cheap. The touch factors in the GMC are well-done.