The distinctive styling, spacious seating, and useful cargo area of the GMC Terrain can attract consumers to this choice over the many options in the compact SUV class. Its simple infotainment interface with available wireless smartphone integration doesn't hurt, either. The Terrain's acceleration and fuel economy are adequate for the class. A Terrain AT4 model suggests light off-roading might be on the menu, too, but with the GMC's limited ground clearance, it's better to stick to well-maintained campsites. Although the GMC Terrain offers no major advantages over rivals, it fits the bill for shoppers wanting to buy a competent compact crossover from a U.S. automaker.