New and Used Terrain Prices, GMC Terrain Model Years and History

GMC Terrain Models

2021 GMC Terrain trims

2021 Terrain

The 2021 GMC Terrain is a beautifully designed mid-size crossover with plenty of interior features and two engines that make driving fun.

2020 GMC Terrain trims

2020 Terrain

Featuring a luxurious and classy design, the 2020 GMC Terrain comes with active safety tech and three engine options to offer you a quality and comfortable ride.

2019 GMC Terrain trims

2019 Terrain

The Terrain combines modern features and styling with GMC’s signature reliability.

2018 GMC Terrain trims

2018 Terrain

This stylish crossover SUV has all the power of a large pick-up truck, with all the comfort of a minivan and all the style of a luxury sedan.

2017 GMC Terrain trims

2017 Terrain

GMC’s Terrain is a traditionally styled SUV that offers reliability, maneuverability and dependability, no matter where you are going or what type of road you are on.

2016 GMC Terrain trims

2016 Terrain

The GMC Terrain is an all-purpose, full-sized SUV that’s got a long list of standard features and addable options.

2015 GMC Terrain trims

2015 Terrain

The well-equipped GMC Terrain is a nimble crossover SUV that offers an attractive interior with a livable fuel economy and plenty of desirable upgrades that can be added on.

2014 GMC Terrain trims

2014 Terrain

A mid-size crossover, the 2014 GMC Terrain is a uniquely styled vehicle with an emphasis on fuel economy and passenger comfort.

2013 GMC Terrain trims

2013 Terrain

Now available in a Denali trim level, the 2013 GMC Terrain is a mid-size crossover SUV with seating for five and a maximum towing capacity of 1,500 lbs.

2012 GMC Terrain trims

2012 Terrain

The entry-level crossover vehicle in the GMC line-up, the 2012 Terrain embodies usable urban utility with the potential of excellent fuel economy.

2011 GMC Terrain trims

2011 Terrain

Debuting favorably in 2010, the compact crossover 2011 GMC Terrain pairs some big vehicle toughness alongside some fuel efficient four and six cylinder engines.

2010 GMC Terrain trims

2010 Terrain

The 2010 GMC Terrain is a brand-new crossover with a long list of standard features and a base four-cylinder engine capable of 32 mpg on the highway.

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About Terrain

Shortly following the successful introduction of their Acadia crossover vehicle, GMC debuted with a smaller five-passenger model for 2010. Called the GMC Terrain, mid-sized crossover vehicle gave families a practical and fuel efficient for a competitive price. Constructed on the same platform as the Chevrolet Equinox, the GMC Terrain received a radically distinct and more upscale look than its corporate sister. Large chrome grille and rectangular-shaped projector-beam headlights are some of the notable design details indicative of a premium-oriented appearance. Equipped as either a front-wheel drive or an all-wheel drive version, the 2010 GMC Terrain was offered with a choice of two gasoline direct-injected engines.


The smaller base engine for the 2010 Terrain was a four-cylinder 2.4-liter double overhead cam powerplant that produced 182 horsepower and 172 pound-feet of torque. With a front-wheel drivetrain, the four-cylinder-powered GMC Terrain could travel up to 32 miles using a gallon of fuel on the highway. Presenting greater performance, the 3.0-liter V-6 generated 264 horsepower and 222 pound-feet of torque. A six-speed automatic transmission was used to manage engine momentum from both powerplants. Offered in SLE or SLT, the 2010 Terrain came with standout standard features such as 17-inch aluminum wheels, six-airbags, rear-view camera and OnStar.


The 3.0-liter V-6 added E85 compatibility in 2011 while the four-cylinder Terrain gained the feature in the following year. Also in 2012, a touch screen audio system featuring a seven-inch display became standard on all Terrains. A heightened sense of luxury was explored with the 2013 GMC Terrain through the addition of the Denali trim level. Featuring unique exterior and interior touches, the 2013 Terrain Denali came with eight-way power adjustable front seats, tuned suspension and a standard sunroof. For 2015, the GMC Terrain became one of many General Motors products to adopt OnStar with 4G LTE with built-in Wi-Fi hotspot.