does the gmc terrain have a chevy sign on the back of the car key?

Asked by Aug 11, 2016 at 06:52 PM about the GMC Terrain

Question type: General

my mother just recently rented a GMC terrain from a a car rental place
(enterprise) my mother come in the house with the key in her hand and as
she placed it down i noticed that the key had a chevy sign on it. i was well
aware she was driving a GMC but maybe I'm confused and i saw the wrong
key next to the one she put down? maybe my eyes got flustered? but i was
expecting to get a car soon, did they buy a car? or is a gmc actually part of
chevy?

3 Answers

15,125

Mine says GMC all the way. GM makes both obviously, and perhaps GMC ran out of them at the dealership and they gave a Chevy key fob that will work when programed to the GMC to the owner. I'm sure this is not the only item that can be interchangeable. I had a lot of Chevelle parts on my 69 Corvette because they were actually the same, but cost 66% less.

I noticed that on all GMC's terrains the word terrain is on the back of the SUV, mine is missing it, can I get one somewhere

15,125

Sagaris_1016 , yes you can get the "Terrain" sticker either at a dealer or a car repair business. Did you buy the GMC new? Make sure it is part of the package you got, or if it is used, was it in an accident and the business that repaired it forgot to put it on. Here is a picture of my 2014 at Yellowstone. The rest badge is on the lower left side of the rear hatch.

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