GMC terrain, designed for comfort and safety, but not for great gas mileage.
I have a 2014 GMC terrain, fwd., 4 cylinder, sle 2, equipped with moonroof, chrome wheels, backup camera, remote start, keyless entry, OnStar-ready, hands-free communication (Bluetooth capable), anti-theft system and much more. It is very spacious and has tons of room in front and back. There's also plenty of room for luggage, etc. It rides very smooth, and is easy to drive. It is also equipped with the ethanol 14 engine (eco-fuel) which allows it to use e85 (a lot cheaper than regular unleaded). Although I have read that it burns through the e85 more quickly, thus having to fill up more often, I personally haven't experienced that, the gas mileage overall is not that great, approximately 24-25 miles per gallon. Because I bought the 4-cylinder, it does not have a whole lot of power, especially upon 'taking-off', but it is not terrible. Through OnStar, you can subscribe to various extra features for additional safety, navigation, etc. , and each are priced differently. I subscribe to the navigation feature for $10/month and can simply push the blue OnStar button and have directions immediately sent to the vehicle. But, it does not have the navigation 'display' screen (GPS). I believe you can purchase an aftermarket radio/stereo equipped with this if you want it. The car seems to handle very well during bad weather (rain and snow). It also has a warning indicator if there's possible ice on the roads. Additionally, it is equipped with tire pressure monitoring system, which warns you if one/all of your tires are low, or under spec. But - if or when you have the tires rotated, remember to have them 'reset' this system to default, or the display will indicate the wrong tire is low. Overall, it's a great car. Dependable, fun to drive and very safe.