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10 Most Reliable SUVs Under $30,000 For 2017-2018. The highly competitive SUV segment has a number of options that have similar reliability ratings. This slideshow breaks down those ratings and tells you which SUVs under $30,000 are the most reliable. Though it may not be at the top of your list, good predicted reliability should be considered when buying a car. A vehicle’s reliability rating can be an indication of the hassle you may deal with down the road when it comes to repairs. Hyundai Tucson Honda CR-V Ford Edge Chevrolet Trax Toyota RAV4 Kia Sportage Buick Encore GMC Terrain Nissan Murano Chevy Equinox Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/Bestcarsreviewer/ Twitter : https://twitter.com/CarReviewer001 SOURCE : https://cars.usnews.com
We bring four popular compact crossovers together to see which one is the best for the average buyer: the 2018 Honda CR-V vs Nissan Rogue vs Volkswagen Tiguan vs Chevrolet Equinox. Please show your support and subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=AutoGuideVideo AutoGuide reviews the latest new cars with test drives, car comparisons and shootouts plus coverage of breaking auto industry news, auto shows, rumors, top 10 lists, and spy photos. Help shop for your new car with informative car buying tips and car recall news, and be entertained with feature stories, Top 10s and car review videos.
The Second Generation GMC Terrain features many updates both inside and out. The Terrain ranges in price from $24,995 for the base model SL FWD up to $39,270 for the Denali AWD as seen here. Take a look at these 10 things you need to know about the 2018 GMC Terrain: 1) Exterior Design – The Denali Grill, 19-inch rims, Chrome Accents, and bodyline really make for a premium look. 2) Interior Features – Upscale materials such as leather and real aluminum area featured in the new Terrain. 3) Cargo Capacity – Versatility and Storage were main factors when designing the Terrain’s interior. 4) Weight Savings – 350 lbs. have been removed from the 2018 model. This helps fuel economy and performance. 5) Drivetrain Choices – There are 3 different engine choices including a 1.6 liter Turbo Diesel 4-cylinder. 6) Turbo Diesel – Can run on regular Diesel and B20 (Biodiesel fuel) 7) Quiet Cabin - To reduce noise, insulation has been added in various places under the engine and throughout the chassis. 8) Precision Shifter – Easy to use buttons activate park, drive, and reverse modes. 9) Infotainment – Easy to use smart phone design with better navigation. 10) Fuel Economy – Up to 39 MPG on the highway with the diesel engine. Find Out More https://www.autobytel.com/gmc/terrain/2018/?id=32972 See More Car Videos http://www.autobytel.com/car-videos/?id=32972 Join Our Facebook Page http://www.facebook.com/autobytel
Thanks For Watching.. Feel Free To Comment.. LIKE and SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/MIV1Pt With its new Terrain compact SUV, GMC is trying to punch deeper into the premium side of the compact crossover world -- that means nicer materials, more features and more options, but the two most interesting things to grace the new Terrain have nothing to do with upscale aspirations: A 1.6-liter turbocharged I4 diesel and a new pushbutton shifter. Terrain models with gas engines also come with GM’s new nine-speed transmission, though all get new styling and a redesigned media system. A push-button-style gear selector is how you go in and out of reverse, drive and neutral. Cool your jets Edsel fans -- this isn’t on the steering wheel, but is instead nestled in the center stack. For years, the GMC Terrain was built on the same Theta platform that supported the Chevy Equinox, which meant the Terrain shared a lot with its Bowtie-badged cousin. While both the new Equinox and Terrain kept the tradition of sharing a common platform, Delta II, this new platform was actually produced with the Terrain in mind. Trying to sate outdoorsy type’s desires of hauling a shed’s worth of equipment, everything besides the driver’s seat can fold flat. Combine that with more upscale interior pieces like real aluminum trim and it’s a clear play to the outdoor enthusiast that also wants to drive something with some style READ MORE (SOURCE): http://autoweek.com/article/drive-reviews/2018-gmc-terrain-first-drive-goodbye-shifter-hello-diesel#ixzz4tJ07nWUi Video Intro: RavenProDesign http://www.ravenprodesign.com/ https://www.youtube.com/user/RavenProDesign
An all-new 3rd generation Chevrolet Equinox has finally arrived.
2018 GMC Terrain Vs Chevy Equinox 2018. The savvy consumer—that’s you—knows that the 2018 Chevrolet Equinox and 2018 GMC Terrain are essentially the same vehicle under their sheet metal. Both are available with a trio of 4-cylinder engines, including a high-mpg turbodiesel, and they can both be ordered with front- or all-wheel drive. Although they have many similarities, they’re unique on the road and each has its own value story to tell. We lean toward the Terrain, which justifies its modest price hike with more sound deadening and better interior materials, even if its quirky shift buttons and poor over-the-shoulder visibility are demerits.
Both crossovers seat five and are new for the 2018 model year and start around $25,000. The 2018 Equinox and 2018 Terrain are available in four trim levels—L, LS, LT, and Premier for the Chevy and SL, SLE, SLT, and Denali for the GMC. Dollar for dollar, the Terrain generally runs between $500 and $2,000 more than the Equinox, so shop carefully. You’ll find far more expressive styling on the Terrain with its gaping maw up front and “floating” rearmost roof pillar visible from the side and the rear. It’s polarizing, but GMC deserves credit for breaking out of the blocky approach seen on the last Terrain. The Equinox, meanwhile, is evolutionary, with only a more pinched front fascia and van-like taillights separating it from the outgoing model.
Neither crossover’s base trim level is available with all-wheel drive, however, so snow-belters will find another big disparity. An Equinox LS with all-wheel drive runs a hair over $28,000, while a Terrain SLE sets back buyers nearly $31,000. Short of a leather-wrapped steering wheel on the Terrain SLE, there’s not much else you’re missing. One note: GMC charges $395 for most paint colors other than white, while Chevy only levies an extra charge for a few hues.
If leather seats are on your must-have list, the tables turn. A Terrain SLT with all-wheel drive comes standard with leather, dual-zone automatic climate control, and heated front seats for about $34,500. To get the same on an Equinox, you’ll have to step up to the Premier trim level with its power tailgate and rear cross-traffic alerts for around $1,000 more. In our eyes, safety is also a major selling point. The least expensive Equinox with automatic emergency braking is about $1,300 less than an equivalent Terrain. Make sure to specify the Driver Alert Package II on either crossover to get the most advanced safety tech—something rivals like Toyota, Honda, Subaru, and Mazda make available at a much lower price point.
Finally, a loaded Terrain Denali lists for more than $44,000. It’s equipped like a luxury crossover, but it’s also priced like one. The sensible choice here is a modestly equipped 2018 GMC Terrain with either turbo-4 gas engine. Pop for the Driver Alert Package II, but be careful digging too much deeper into the options list and you may want to look at some rivals, too. 2018 GMC Terrain Vs Chevy Equinox 2018.
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