The 2024 GMC Terrain is set to debut the seventh model year for the second-generation crossover, ushering in only a handful of updates and changes compared to the preceding 2023 model year. The 2025 GMC Terrain will introduce a brand-new third generation, but in the meantime, customers interested in speccing-out the 2024 GMC Terrain can do so via the official online configurator at GMC’s website.
A total of four trim levels are offered for the 2024 GMC Terrain, starting with the SLE, and followed by the mid-range SLT, the off-road-flavored AT4, and finally, the range-topping Denali. Pricing starts at $30,095 for the SLE trim level, $34,095 for the SLT trim level, $36,890 for the AT4 trim level, and $39,995 for the Denali. All prices listed include a destination freight charge of $1,395. SLE and SLT trim levels are equipped with front-wheel drive as standard, with all-wheel drive offered as optional, while AT4 and Denali trims get AWD as standard.
As GM Authority covered previously, all 2024 GMC Terrain trims are now less expensive than equivalent trim levels offered for the 2023 model year, with the exception of the Denali, the pricing of which is unchanged compared to the 2023 model year. Meanwhile, the starting price for the AT4 is now $505 less expensive, while the SLE and SLT are both $1,200 less expensive.
Notably, both the SLE and SLT are now no longer equipped with three years of the OnStar & Connected Services Plan (RPO code R9M) as standard. In its stead is three years of Remote Access (RPO code PRF), which provides customers with simplified remote control of their vehicle via the myGMC mobile app.
Under the hood, the 2024 GMC Terrain is motivated by the turbocharged 1.5L I4 LSD gasoline engine, which is rated at 175 horsepower and 203 pound-feet of torque. Output is routed through the GM nine-speed automatic transmission, while the GM D2 platform provides the bones. Production takes place at the GM San Luis Potosí plant in Mexico.