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The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety
Names the GMC Terrain a 2010 Top Safety Pick

2010 GMC Terrain.

Terrain comes with six standard air bags, ESC and OnStar.

2 June 2010 – GMC, Detroit, Mich., USA:

In the first rollover tests of midsize SUVs by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), the 2010 GMC Terrain received the highest-possible rollover protection rating of “Good,” and was named a 2010 Top Safety Pick.

“When developing the Terrain, we focused on delivering to customers the safest crossover in the market,” said Jeff Boyer, General Motors executive director of Safety. “The Terrain comes with a variety of safety technologies that are designed to protect occupants in the event of a crash, including six standard air bags, electronic stability control and the safety and security of OnStar.”

The IIHS’s roof strength test pushes a metal plate against one corner of a roof at a constant speed, before five inches of roof crush is reached. To receive its “Good” rating the Terrain’s roof withstood a force equal to four times the vehicle’s weight.

“The Top Safety Pick award recognizes vehicles that go far beyond basic safety standards,” said IIHS president Adrian Lund. “The Terrain earns the honor with top ratings in all four of our challenging safety tests, and (offers) standard electronic stability control that can help drivers avoid serious crashes altogether.”

In addition to the Top Safety Pick, the Terrain has the highest possible five-star crash ratings from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

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