Slotting in below the GMC Acadia, the GMC Terrain is offered as the brand’s compact five-door crossover utility vehicle, with slim exterior dimensions, but plenty of space inside to get passengers to the trailhead. However, before making plans to venture out into the sodden wilderness, GMC Terrain customers are advised that the crossover’s Interior Protection Package is currently unavailable to order.
As GM Authority covered earlier in the week, a parts shortage has resulted in the unavailability of the Interior Protection Package for the Buick Enclave. Now, it looks as though a parts shortage has affected availability of the Interior Protection Package for the GMC Terrain as well.
The GMC Terrain Interior Protection Package is tagged with RPO code PDH, and includes the following content (relevant RPO code listed included in parentheses):
- All-weather floor mats (VAV)
- All-weather cargo mat (VLI)
Previously, the GMC Terrain Interior Protection Package was offered on all trim levels with the exception of the base SL trim. It is currently uncertain when the Interior Protection Package will once again become available.
For those customers eager to get some kind of rubberized floor protection for the GMC Terrain, GMC Accessories is still offering Premium All-Weather Floor Liners for the first and second row. Although more expensive than the All-Weather Floor Mats featured above, the All-Weather Floor Liners offer greater protection as well, with raised ridges around the perimeter that trap debris and moisture with ease. And because they are genuine GMC accessories, the All-Weather Floor Liners feature an excellent fit as well.
The latest 2021 GMC Terrain is the fourth model year of the latest second-generation vehicle. The Terrain was originally expected to receive a refresh for the 2021 model year, but due to complications arising from the COVID-19 pandemic, the refresh was pushed back to the 2022 model year. Motivation is sourced from the turbocharged 1.5L I4 LYX gas engine, which produces 170 horsepower and 203 pound-feet of torque, and routes output through a nine-speed automatic gearbox.