2022 GMC Terrain Gets $200 Price Increase6
The 2022 GMC Terrain has received a small price increase, with GM raising the cost of the compact crossover’s destination freight charge by a small amount.
Going forward, the destination freight charge for the 2022 GMC Terrain will be set at $1,395, up $200 from $1,195. That means the entry-level SLE trim with the only available turbocharged 1.5L I4 LYX gasoline engine and front-wheel drive will start at $29,295, while the SLT trim will start at $33,295. The all-wheel-drive AT4 will be priced from $35,395, with the Denali trim rounding out the trim level lineup at $37,995.
Check out the table below for a more complete look at the new pricing for all trim levels and configurations of the 2022 GMC Terrain:
|ee||Drivetrain||Powertrain||2022 MSRP + DFC|
|SLE||FWD||Turbo 1.5L I4 LYX||$29,295|
|SLE||AWD||Turbo 1.5L I4 LYX||$30,895|
|SLT||FWD||Turbo 1.5L I4 LYX||$33,295|
|SLT||AWD||Turbo 1.5L I4 LYX||$34,895|
|AT4||AWD||Turbo 1.5L I4 LYX||$35,395|
|Denali||AWD||Turbo 1.5L I4 LYX||$37,995|
The 2022 GMC Terrain is only offered with the above-mentioned 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 crossover is produced exclusively at the GM San Luis Potosí plant in Mexico.
As a reminder, the GMC Terrain was originally slated to receive a model refresh for the 2021 model year, but due to complications stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic, the refresh was instead pushed back to the 2022 model year.
The 2022 model year GMC Terrain recently added a new Black Diamond Edition to its order books, which includes all the content from the Denali Premium Package (RPO code PCV), as well as the SkyScape power sunroof (RPO C3U) and 19-inch aluminum painted wheels with an After Midnight finish (RPO PJO). Heated and ventilated seats also returned to regular availability on the Terrain earlier this month after GM was forced to put these items under constraint due to the semiconductor chip shortage.
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Hmm! The terrain with the 170HP 1.5L engine gets 27/25/30 mpg. The envision with the 228 HP 2.0L engine gets 26/24/31 mpg. The terrain gets an extra mpg in the city, but loses 1 mpg on the highway. Is GM playing with gear ratios to get the 1.5L to be able to move the terrain?
I’ve said it before. Put the 2.0L in the terrain at a minimum. I can’t imagine the cost to produce the 2 similar 4 cyl engines would be much different.
Next year it will come with a 50 hp engine with an optional horse hitch to get it up to speed. 0 to 60 times: 4 hours. Makes merging into traffic a life altering event.
I own a 1.5 Equinox. It has plenty of power for me but its such a headscratcher that they cut the 2 liter Equinox and Terrain. Some people want the extra power especially since there is no hybrid option. Only one gas engine folks. How poorly run is this company! All they care about are the big trucks and SUV’s, the profit makers. Meanwhile Ford offers in the Escape a 1.5 and 2.0 gas engine, in addition to a hybrid and plug in hybrid. GM is putting all of their resources into EV’s and forgetting about the ICE crossovers. The XT5, XT4 and even the XT6 need to be refreshed badly. Meanwhile, Toyota. LeXUS. Honda, Acura and the Korean brands are spitting out modern crossovers every year. GM is pathetic!
Small price increase small engine and yet huge MRSP for a vehicle that doesn’t really offer anything that makes you want to take a second look it’s the same ol same ol with gmc always trying to make a better vehicle but always falling short give people want they want !!! GMC the professional grade maybe that was true 5-10 years ago !! Not in today new vehicle standards .