The Things You Touch Everyday - 2010 GMC Terrain Long-Term Road Test

2010 GMC Terrain Long-Term Road Test

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2010 GMC Terrain: The Things You Touch Everyday

December 07, 2010

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Our GMC Terrain is not only nearing the end of its time in our fleet, but it's built up considerable mileage. At 19,678 miles, it's well past the point at which many vehicles begin to show wear on the interior bits a driver touches every day. Here, the driver's seat shows little wear. Yes, there's marginal stretching of the seat bottom material, but otherwise this seat is showing good wear life.

More everyday touchspots after the jump.

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The steering wheel buttons show no wear nor does the stitching. The leather around the wheel is also clean and unmarred.

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Both armrests look clean and show no signs of grunge. And these things always get gross in our long-term cars. GM made a good material choice here.

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And the shifter? It looks new.

Josh Jacquot, Senior editor

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