Endless entertainment options

Terraza is offered with a wide choice of passenger entertainment features, which can be a welcome addition on long trips while giving owners the ability to interface between the vehicle and one's home computer or audio/video systems.

The vehicle comes with a rear-seat DVD player with flip-down screen and integrated controls. The DVD unit also provides auxiliary video and audio inputs for video games and camcorders, enabling an "instant replay" of a child's baseball game, for example.

XM Satellite Radio also is available. XM (continental U.S. only) provides more than 120 coast-to-coast, digital-quality channels of original commercial-free music and premier news, sports and talk as well as advanced traffic and weather information for select major metropolitan areas nationwide. Consumers can subscribe to the basic service for $12.99 a month. In addition, GM customers with GMAC financing can choose to include the XM subscription in their car payments.

A standard "tri-mode" entertainment system lets occupants listen to as many as three separate entertainment sources simultaneously - DVD, CD and radio - through the speakers and dual-channel wireless headphones.

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