I must say I did a year worth of research before I decided to purchase another SUV. This vehicle seemed to be a good choice according to the reviews, well I was very disappointed to have to come back to the dealership multiple times for recalls and repairs needed that were covered under my warranty. This issue I have is eagerly and reliability. I have a family with four children and every time I ride I this vehicle I got nervous out our safety. I contacted GMC CEO directly and expressed my disappointment of the vehicles performance which resulted in me having $2,400 worth of repairs covered through my warranty. Just a couple months later my vehicle cut off while driving on the highway. I returned it back to GMC only to have a oil consumption completed and no issues or codes to show up on the diagnostic test. GMC customer service then closed my complaint and wished me luck. So I’m stuck with a unsafe SUV that I’m supposed to drive my children in. GMC refuses to take the vehicle back and satisfy the loan therefore I was forced to purchase another vehicle and pay on this SUV that isn’t safe to drive. I will not say that all vehicle through GMC are bad but the Terrian needs to be taken off the market. This vehicle will end up killing a family at some point.
Transmission goes after 60000 miles. Burns too much oil after 89,000 miles. Engine dies after 120,000 miles due to fuel pump failure and the pistons. Ac unit replaced at 132,000 miles and the AWD differential goes atfer 100,000 miles. The only good thing about this car is the looks other than that don’t buy this 4 cylinder suv because it lacks power and you pay for it.. trust me
Car is awful never never again will I buy a GMC product stalls all of the time drinks 2 QRTS of motor oil between oil changes , Do yourself a favor and stay away from this car and General Motors unless you have some cash your looking to get rid of, GMC should be ashamed of themselves for stealing peoples hard earned money