The 2022 GMC Terrain will introduce several new changes to the nameplate, including revised exterior styling and a new off-road focused AT4 trim level. Among these changes will also be four new available exterior colors, which will replace four exterior paint options that were offered on the compact crossover for 2021.
- Blue Emerald Metallic (RPO G60)
- (G7Q) Graphite Gray Metallic (RPO G7Q)
- (G9K) Satin Steel Metallic (RPO G9K)
- (GPJ) Red Quartz Tintcoat (RPO GPJ)
Blue Emerald Metalic was offered on the GMC Terrain SLE and SLT trim levels and cost $495 to equip. Graphite Gray Metallic, Satin Steel Metallic and Red Quartz Tintcoat, meanwhile, were available on the SLE, SLT and Denali trim levels and also cost 4495 to equip. These four colors will be indirectly replaced by the following on the 2022 GMC Terrain:
- Hunter Metallic (RPO GED)
- Desert Sand Metallic (RPO GTL)
- Marine Metallic (RPO GHT)
- Cayenne Red Metallic (RPO GSK)
We’ve covered the various changes applied to the 2022 GMC Terrain extensively. In addition to these new exterior colors, the compact crossover will also receive a start/stop disable switch, a different standard urethane steering wheel, standard SiriusXM satellite radio, wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto and a new head-up display. The crossover has also ditched the available turbocharged 2.0L engine due to low demand and will no longer be offered in the base SL trim.
Prices for the updated 2022 Terrain will start at $29,095 in the United States. The crossover is set to undergo a tiered rollout for 2022, focusing on the SLE and SLT trims to begin with this month, followed by the newly introduced AT4 trim level shortly after in late August and finally the Denali in September.