Noobox:NoobNox said:Yep, that's pretty much it...I just looked at the 2011 pdf. usually any "changes" between the first model year and the next are actually fixes for things that weren't quite right. GM pretty much hit one out of the park with the Equinox/Terrain/SRX so they really don't need to change much to reel buyers in.
Really? Id hate for our mirror to be lower. It already blocks my view but its due to how tall I am. Kind of like the jelly bean for the Camaro. Blocks way too much of my view.mdh4psu said:The 2011 Terrain has a new rearview mirror and new mirror bracket. The bracket lowers the mirror about 1/2" so it is no longer resting on the ceiling interior. Also the mirror has been upgraded with the addition of a cancelation button in case you accidentally press the OnStar or Emergency Response button.
I agree 100% with this one. One would think that the contradictions should be obvious.mmarges said:Flex Fuel...what a joke!
Wish GM would have saved the money on this feature and instead gave us something else like Auto Up/Down driver window, homelink button..even a change compartment for chr$st sakes.
Why would GM be promoting an alternative fuel that:
1. cost way more per liter/gallon
2. Gets about 70% the driving range as gas (and don't forget it also cost more per liter/gallon in the first place).
3. Typically comes from a food source.....duh, when you have millions of starving and thirsty people in this world how dare you consume extra land resources, fresh water and food so you can sleep better at night knowing you pumped a little less pollution out your tail pipe...shame on you, shame on GM for promoting this! And don't forget...it takes tonnes of petroleum product anyway to fertilize, harvest and transport ethanal anyways!
Oh, and also shame on our governments for falsely creating this environmentalism, global warming hype that is making organizations like GM jump on the bandwagon and provide a flex fuel addition to be politically correct...further enabling the public to perpetuate this madness.
Environets just don't get it!
As I understand it, EPA "gas" mileage is measured on Miles that you can travel on each gallon of gas that you burn. SO, even though you are getting less mile per gallon of fuel consumed, you are getting about 4-5 times more miles per gallon of gasoline consumed. I think this is a loophole that car manufacturers have figured out, and if it is still measured that way, then it should be changed. This allows manufacturers to more easily make their MPG bogeys. IS this still true ?mmarges said:Flex Fuel...what a joke!