The redesigned Terrain is a corporate cousin of the Chevrolet Equinox but a few critical differences compromise it, even though it is positioned as a more premium offering. We found it to be loud, stiff riding, and visibility is severely hampered. The base engine is a lackluster 170-hp 1.5-liter, and the uplevel choice is a significantly stronger 252-hp 2.0-liter. The 2.0-liter turbo is mated to a nine-speed automatic that's not the swiftest or the smoothest. Unfortunately, the Terrain's gear selector is controlled by unintuitive-to-operate dash-mounted push buttons. The infotainment system is one of the easier ones to use and comes with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility. For active safety, forward-collision warning and low-speed automatic emergency braking, lane-keeping assist with lane-departure warning, and blind-spot warning are offered.