2017 GMC Terrain vs 2017 Honda CR-V

Finding a new crossover is no easy task as there are so many options available to buyers now. At Davenport Autopark, we offer a number of great crossovers SUVs that can fit the needs of just about any driver. To help you find a new crossover we compared the 2017 GMC Terrain vs 2017 Honda CR-V to give you a better view of what is offered by these two popular choices.

Perhaps the biggest difference between the 2017 Terrain and 2017 Pilot is that the Pilot does not offer an available V6 engine. Drivers wanting more power can opt for the Terrain's V6 engine which provides 301 horsepower. Both vehicles are available with all-wheel drive for drivers that want more all-terrain support and confidence but only one can provide the power and strength that some customers are looking for.

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2017 GMC Terrain VS 2017 Honda CR-V
OnStar In-Vehicle Assistance Services Not Available
Available All-Wheel Drive Available
6 Speakers Audio System 4 Speakers
301 Horsepower Horsepower 190 Horsepower

2017 GMC Terrain Features

The GMC Terrain has a number of options available to drivers and with five trim levels, drivers have the ability to choose the Terrain model that best fits with them. Standard equipment on the Terrain includes a rearview camera, cruise control, 60/40 split rear seat with sliding and reclining functions, Bluetooth, a 7-inch touchscreen, a 6 speaker system and more. Choosing higher trim levels can add such features as driver assistance systems, leather seats, heated seats, ambient lighting and more.

Find out more about the 2017 GMC Terrain at Davenport Autopark today by contacting our sales department. Schedule a test drive for the 2017 Terrain or talk with a team member for additional information on the crossover. We are located in Rocky Mount, NC so stop by and visit us today.

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