2022 GMC Terrain AT4 And Denali Now In Production16
Production of the 2022 GMC Terrain AT4 and 2022 GMC Terrain Denali is now underway at the GM San Luis Potosi plant in Mexico. As GM Authority covered previously, production of the 2022 GMC Terrain was halted between June and November of the 2021 calendar year. As a result of the production stoppage, very few units of the 2022 Terrain can be currently found on dealer lots.
Per GM’s tiered rollout for the refreshed crossover, the first units produced were 2022 GMC Terrain SLE and SLT trim levels. Production of the 2022 GMC Terrain AT4 and 2022 GMC Terrain Denali began the week of January 10th, 2022. The Terrain AT4 is offered as the off-road-flavored trim level, whereas the Terrain Denali is the range-topper of the lineup.
The ongoing global microchip shortage has disrupted production of the 2022 GMC Terrain on multiple occasions. As a result, available inventory and sales have both been impacted. General Motors sold only 47,488 units of the GMC Terrain through the 2021 calendar year, which is a decrease of 44.79 percent when compared to the 86,020 units sold in 2020.
Check out the table below for a more complete breakdown of segment sales and how they compare to those for the GMC Terrain:
Sales Numbers - Mainstream Compact Crossovers - 2021 - United States
|MODEL||YTD 21 / YTD 20||YTD 21||YTD 20|
|FORD BRONCO SPORT||+2,012.68%||108,169||5,120|
|MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE CROSS||-13.30%||8,947||10,319|
The GMC Terrain nameplate was originally slated to receive a refresh (otherwise known as a mid-cycle enhancement, or MCE) for the 2021 model year. However, due to complications stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic, the model refresh was instead delayed to the 2022 mode year.
Under the hood, the 2022 GMC Terrain features the turbocharged 1.5L I4 LYX gasoline engine, rated at 170 horsepower at 5,600 rpm and 203 pound-feet of torque at 2,000 rpm. Output is routed through a GM nine-speed automatic transmission, feeding either a front-wheel drive system or all-wheel drive system. Underneath the body panels, the 2022 GMC Terrain rides on the GM D2 platform.
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Do these 2022 models look more aggressive to you guys than the 2020s and 2021s? I like it!
Finally. GM tortured this poor vehicle to the point that people are hardly buying it. Mid-refresh was delayed, the LTG 2.0t was removed, the new LSY 2.0t was canceled, heated seats are delayed, heated steering wheel is delayed, production shut down, etc. Someone must be feeling sadistic at GM.
My experience of going to buy a 2022 GMC Terrain Denali was to realize that they have marked it up $3500 over sticker and you are losing the 2 liter, and dual exhausts, and this vehicle is costing more than you could have bought a 2020 for and you are getting less. Looking at Acura for more options than these and I’ve been a GM buyer and GM Dealership employee for many years.
Finally production has started with the 2022 terrain AT4/DENALI trim but with the 1.5 engine and no 2.0 l LSY engine like original planned and now with no heated steering wheel and heated seats (retrofitted)later date and a small compensation do I really want a terrain denali and still with a hefty MRSP with he deletion of the 2.0 l engine not even offered as a option might have to look elsewhere to bad was really hoping 2.0 l in this vehicle I think it’s a very important segment for gm !
Me too !
Finally production has started with the 2022 terrain AT4/DENALI trim but with the 1.5 engine and no 2.0 l LSY engine like original planned and now with no heated steering wheel and heated seats (retrofitted)later date and a small compensation do I really want a terrain denali and still with a hefty MRSP with he deletion of the 2.0 l engine not even offered as a option might have to look elsewhere to bad was really hoping 2.0 l in this vehicle
how is it that the 2.0L is available for the Buick Envision, and not the Terrain Denali???
Totally agree with this comment you enough 2.0 l engine for the Buick envision but not the terrain and couldn’t even offer as a option in Denali trim which is there top dog so my question to GM where the consumer incentive to buy a terrain denali what the point !!!!
exactly why buy a Denali with a 1.5 when it is the same as the other Terrains and it isn’t even luxury anymore. It’s not enough of a distinct difference for the extra money. Then some dealers are marking up and crazy nuts are buying them. You Can get Buick or Cadillac that are luxury with the engine.
Buick Envision and Cadillac XT4
and with the over sticker markup at my local GMC Dealer I can probably buy one of them for the same price
Yes thinking the same thing no 2.0 l in terrain specially Denali trim but yet 2.0 l in Buick envision I guess u have to buy a Yukon on pick up in Denali trim to get the top line engines but a terrain denali not good enough to be considered a luxury c u v to get a 2.0 engine not even offered as a option !!! Gm what are you thinking!!!!
Sadly, GM forgets about their loyal customers in the USA. I’m tired of getting ads from my local dealer wanting me to buy a GMC Sierra Denali. GM isn’t interested in this Country. They are now global (CHINA).
We get what’s left over.
Give us the 2.0 that runs on regular fuel, eliminate the stupid push button shift, and don’t forget to install the start/start switch.
When will the 2023 Terrain Denali trim be on sale?
The 2022 terrain Denali is available and my dealer which I spoke to earlier today told me if I order one I have to wait probably 3-6 month and he wasn’t even sure if there were any constraints on Denali trim did not want to wait that long and still have a 2022 Terrain denali I believe 2023 will be able to order later in the summer hope with no constraints and it would be nice if they put the 2.0 l back in the Denali trim wishful thinking but highly unlucky.
Hello! I just saw the 2022 Terrain Denali at my dealership this weekend while getting my 2017 Denali serviced. They want 42K up here by Chicago – does anyone else have a price? I 100% agree with all of you that not coming thru with the 2.0L is kind of a deal breaker. I have the 3.6L V6 now – I can’t really even imagine a 1.5L that’s worthy of sitting in a Denali of any kind.