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Performance That Matters
The 2017 GMC Terrain has built-in features that assist you regardless of the condition of the road you're driving on. The hill start brake assist allows the Terrain to tackle hills of any size, as it holds pressure for 1.5 seconds after you lift your foot off of the brake, while the Terrain's four-wheel suspension helps you get a better feel for the road. With automatic grade braking, the Terrain will remain in a lower gear, which assists you with decelerating. In short, the performance features of the 2017 GMC Terrain are designed to assist you with adequate power and superior control over your vehicle. 

Safety First
New technology is in place to ensure occupants of the 2017 Terrain are safe, even in the case of a collision. The Terrain uses radar to show you areas that can be difficult to see. Whether it's a vehicle in your blind spot or a parked car behind you, the Terrain's radar will ensure you are aware of the obstacle. In the case of an accident, the Terrain has 6 standard airbags and a 6-month trial to OnStar, for an emergency response. Inside and out, the Terrain has safety features in place to keep you and your passengers safe. 
Entertainment and Technology Galore
The intuitive 7-inch diagonal touch screen installed on the 2017 GMC Terrain offers excellent music and navigation options. The touch screen will keep you connected with smartphone integration while mapping your route; its capability includes text message support and Pandora radio streaming. The Terrain also has Bluetooth connectivity for hands free operation of your smartphone. OnStar services offer a 4G Wi-Fi hotspot, so you and your passengers can stay connected with the rest of the world on the go. The advanced technological features of the Terrain are will provide you with the best car riding experience possible.  


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