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Last Updated: October 11, 2019

Low Sales: Sales of the GMC Terrain placed in the lower quarter of the compact SUV class last year. The Terrain’s fortunes haven’t improved so far in 2019, as dealerships have sold 11.3 percent fewer models compared to the same period in 2018. The Terrain’s corporate cousin, the Chevrolet Equinox, is outselling it by more than 3 to 1.

Slightly Above-Average Prices: While the Terrain has one of the highest base prices in the class ($25,000) and is one of only a select few options that start at or above $25,000, prices in this segment as a whole are highly competitive. A base Terrain only costs about $500 above the average for comparably-equipped alternatives. However, price doesn’t always impact sales performance. Case in point: the Toyota RAV4 starts at $25,650 and is currently the best-seller in the segment. 

Time to Buy: With slow sales, you should have some leverage to negotiate for a lower price on a new Terrain. However, If you aren’t completely sold on the GMC, take some time to check out more options. The Hyundai Tucson is economical – starting about $1,600 below the Terrain – and a better-ranked alternative within the class. This month's GMC deals and Hyundai deals pages have all the available finance, cash back, and lease incentives this month.

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MSRP: $28,400

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MSRP: $39,900

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