2022 GMC Terrain Interior Protection Package No Longer Available4
The Interior Protection Package for the 2022 GMC Terrain is no longer available to order, GM Authority has learned from source familiar with the matter.
The 2022 GMC Terrain’s Interior Protection Package is tagged with RPO code PDH, and was previously offered on all trim levels. Pricing was set at $240.
The Interior Protection Package for the 2022 GMC Terrain included the following content (relevant RPO code listed in parentheses):
- All-weather floor mats (VAV)
- All-weather cargo mat (VLI)
Alternatively, 2022 GMC Terrain customers may choose the Floor Liner Package, which is tagged with RPO code PEF and is priced at $325. The Floor Liner Package includes similar content, including (restrictions and relevant RPO code listed in parentheses):
- Front and rear row all-weather floor liners (SLE, SLT and Denali trim levels only) (RPO code RIA)
- Premium front and rear row all-weather floor liners (AT4 trim level only) (RPO code AAK)
- Integrated cargo liner (all trim levels) (RPO code CAV)
As a reminder, the 2022 GMC Terrain introduces a model refresh for the crossover nameplate, otherwise known as an update or mid-cycle enhancement. The Terrain was originally slated for an update with the 2021 model year, but due to complications arising from the COVID-19 pandemic, the refresh delayed to the 2022 model year instead.
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. The four-cylinder connects to the GM nine-speed automatic transmission. Under the skin is the GM D2 platform, with production taking place at the GM San Luis Potosi factory in Mexico.
As GM Authority covered previously, the 2022 GMC Terrain is now more affordable than the preceding 2021 model year, with the biggest price drop seen with the 2022 GMC Terrain Denali AWD, which is now $900 less expensive than an equivalent 2021 model-year vehicle, a 2.33-percent price drop overall.
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My 2020 Terrain SLE lease expires in Dec. 2022 which I’m going to purchase. Love this SUV.
It has the full factory floor pkg. and I like the way the front liners go all the way up the sides giving it the ultimate coverage compares to a national brand which is more expensive. I’m 81 yrs. old and have only owned 2 GMC products in my life a 1991 Chevy Caprice which I drove well over 100,000 miles and this Terrain and been very pleased with both.
Never mind the floor mats bring back the 2.0 l in the terrain such a nice vehicle but underpowered with the 1.5 engine 170 hp and 203 lbs little sluggish can’t compare to the 2.0 l 252 hp and 258 lbs . When you needs to pass on highway definitely notice the difference
I’ve never been a fan of factory floor mats. No big loss to me one way or the other. Never been convinced of the economics of doing so either, unless you’ve got to have that factory logo on the mat. After market up-the-side mats, made in the USA, are available (2 choices I know of) and you only have to buy what you want, not the whole set. FWIW.
Is the Interior Protection Package currently available on any GM product? It seems the package is getting deleted from every model….