As part of its Black Friday event, a GMC rebate reduces the price of most 2019 Terrain models by 20 percent, making it the largest discount offer for the nameplate so far this year. There is a catch, though, and it’s that the buyer must be a current eligible non-GM owner or lessee in order to qualify for the sizable GMC rebate. While the incentive is more enticing compared to the discount offered in October, the latter was more interesting in that it was available to all buyers.
GMC provides the following example offer for a 2019 GMC Terrain Denali with an MSRP of $43,430:
- $1,826 price reduction + $6,860 purchase allowance = $8,686 off MSRP.
As such, the GMC rebate brings the price of said model down to a more modest $34,744, which is a very appealing price for a top-of-the-line Terrain Denali crossover SUV.
In addition to the nationwide GMC rebate offer mentioned above, the automaker is also dishing out the following finance offer:
- Finance offer I: 0-Percent APR for 72 Months + $500 Cash for well-qualified buyers who finance with GM Financial.
For reference, here are the 2019 Terrain trim levels and their corresponding MSRPs, $1,195 destination freight charge included:
- SL – $26,195 (excluded from this month’s incentive offers)
- SLE – $29,295
- SLT – $32,095
- Denali – $38,995
- Must take delivery by December 2nd, 2019.
- See dealer for details.
- Incentive for the United States of America, unless otherwise specified.
- Some customers may not qualify for this offer.
- Offer not available with special finance, lease, and some other offers.
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About GMC Terrain
The GMC Terrain is a compact crossover that currently is GMC's smallest crossover slotting below the midsize GMC Acadia.
The first-generation Terrain ran from the 2010-2017 model years and was based on the Theta 2 platform. The vehicle was a "tweeter" model that straddled the compact and midsize CUV segments in size. The second-generation Terrain was introduced for the 2018 model year. It rides on the GM D2 platform shared with the second-generation Chevrolet Equinox, Chevrolet Cruze, and Chevrolet Volt and, unlike its predecessor, is positioned squarely in the compact segment.
The second-generation, 2018 and newer Terrain features an all-new exterior and interior, while being slightly smaller inside and out compared to the outgoing model. It also offers an all-new engine lineup and an all-new lightweight architecture that enables a weight savings of over 400 pounds compared to the first-gen model. As a result, the new Terrain gets better fuel economy while also delivering improvements in ride, handling, packaging, and safety.
The 2019 model year Terrain sees one new color, various technology updates such as the addition of full-speed Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop/Go, Front Pedestrian Braking, HD Rear Vision Camera, and HD Surround Vision, as well as the introduction of various packages, including the Terrain Black Edition.
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