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GMC Terrain Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 4
First production year: 2009
Engines: Gasoline, Diesel
Body style: SUV (Sports Utility Vehicle)
 

2021 - Present

GMC refreshed the second generation of the Terrain SUV in 2021 for the 2022 model-year and gave it some restyled lines and turbocharged engines. After four years since the introduction of Terrain's second generation, GMC came with a mid-life cycle refresh for its compact SUV. The new version brought the AT trim level, which was focused more on off-road abilities. Even though the Terrain ...

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gasoline engines:

  GMC Terrain 1.5L 9AT (170 HP)

2017 - 2021

Built on the same platform with the Buick Envision and the Chevrolet Equinox, the 2018 GMC Terrain was a good answer for economical and affordable SUVs. The SUV market was growing fast and most car-makers tried to increase their offers in the segment. GM flexed its muscles and developed a new platform for the compact SUV market. The new styling was backed-up by the new technologies involved i...

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gasoline engines:

  GMC Terrain 1.5L 6AT (170 HP)

  GMC Terrain 1.5L 6AT AWD (170 HP)

  GMC Terrain 2.0L 9AT (252 HP)

  GMC Terrain 2.0L 9AT AWD (252 HP)

diesel engines:

  GMC Terrain 1.6L 6AT (137 HP)

  GMC Terrain 1.6L 6AT AWD (137 HP)

2016 - 2017

After registering record sales in 2014, a facelifted GMC Terrain came around at the 2015 New York Auto Show. Pretty major changes can be seen at the front and back, where new headlights, taillamps, LED daytime running lights, bumpers and grills have been installed to make the SUV look modern and fresh. The hood also comes with a power dome, and there are new 18-inch rims on the table too. For th...

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2009 - 2016

GMC introduced a new SUV in its lineup in 2009 as a 2010 model based on the same Theta platform as the Chevrolet Equinox and the luxurious Cadillac SRX. Despite the world's financial crisis and the difficulties met by GM in Europe, the carmaker didn't want to give up on its hopes of ruling the SUV segment. The Terrain was a family-oriented vehicle with room for five, an angular desi...

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