Elegant yet functional on the inside

Comfort and elegance meet versatility and convenience within Terraza's sumptuous interior. Chrome and wood trim accents lend a premium appearance throughout, complementing the precision fit and flowing design of the instrument panel, center console and door panels. Terraza CX has cloth inserts and leather-appointed seats in the first two rows, while the CXL has leather-appointed seats in the first two rows.

Seven-passenger seating is standard, with individual captain's chairs in both the first- and second-row positions. The second- and third-row seats are both foldable and the third-row seats are removable, giving Terraza a high level of versatility between passenger and cargo space. In addition, an innovative rear cargo and convenience area provides an almost unlimited range of options to secure grocery bags, packages or longer objects.

Other interior features include a front overhead console and standard overhead rail system with snap-in accessory and storage modules. The rail system neatly integrates the overhead lighting system, and accommodates the standard rear HVAC, audio controls, and rear-seat entertainment system/DVD into a single unit. The available snap-in storage models have wide, flip-open doors, enabling passengers to store loose items such as CDs, DVDs, sunglasses or cell phones.

For physically challenged customers, Terraza is available with a Sit-N-Lift power seat system that provides convenient access to the right-hand second-row seating area. Operated via remote control, the power bucket seat rotates and then extends out of the vehicle before lowering for easy entry and exit.

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