2014 Buick Enclave vs. 2014 GMC Terrain
As long as there are families with children who are involved with an infinite number of sports, music lessons and scouts, both boy and girl, there will be a desperate need to find the perfect vehicle to transport them from activity to activity. For many years families relied on the tried and true minivan platform to complete these often thankless tasks. In the 21st Century, families have increasingly turned to the crossover SUV automotive segment to fill their family transportation needs. At Cavender Buick GMC West, one of San Antonio’s leading SUV dealers, we have a couple of options that you may be interested in taking a look at. Comparing the 2014 Buick Enclave vs. the 2014 GMC Terrain comes down to evaluating your specific needs.
When choosing between the 2014 Buick Enclave vs. the 2014 GMC Terrain a needs assessment from a Cavender Buick GMC West sales-professional will be very important to the process. Both vehicles have similarly well appointed standard equipment lists and both are easily at, or near, the top of their respective auto industry segments. The Buick Enclave is a full-size crossover SUV and the GMC Terrain would fall under the mid-size category of the crossover SUV class.
A side-by-side comparison of the 2014 Buick Enclave vs. the 2014 GMC Terrain will quickly reveal that the new Buick Enclave is noticeably larger than the GMC Terrain. The Buick SUV comes with three rows of seats with the second row being comprised of captain’s chair, leaving room for seven passengers. This means there is a lot of cargo space available. With the two rear rows of seats folded down the 2014 Enclave posts 116.3 cubic-feet of space in which to store cargo. The 2014 Terrain and its five-passenger seating capacity can store up to 63.7 cu.-ft. of cargo space is the perfect amount for many people.
The Buick Enclave comes with a single engine option, a 3.6-liter, V-6 that is rated for 288-horsepower and will record 17 miles per gallon in the city and 24 miles per gallon on the highway. The GMC Terrain has a base engine offering that is a 2.4-liter, four-cylinder engine with 182-horsepower and can easily break 30 miles per gallon on the highway. If you would like a little more power behind your GMC Terrain, the vehicle can also be outfitted with same engine as the Buick Enclave and due to its smaller and lighter body will push the engine output to over 300-hp.
If you would like to learn more about the differences of the 2014 Buick Enclave vs. the 2014 GMC Terrain, contact a Cavender Buick GMC West sales professional today and schedule a test drive.