GMC Terrain in the Market

With the Equinox and Terrain, GM stands to regain some lost share in the crossover market — if for no other reason than 32 mpg in an SUV is no small feat. The Terrain is competitive otherwise, but its overwrought styling might prove the greatest hindrance to attracting new GMC shoppers. On the other hand, it may be just what truck lovers — and maybe some former Hummer owners — will gravitate toward as traditional truck-based SUVs continue to go the way of the dinosaurs.

Both of these new GM crossovers are worth a look — and, provided they turn up decent reliability scores down the road, they're proof positive that a leaner GM can still throw some punches.

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