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Last Updated: February 28, 2019

Strengthening Sales: Sales of the GMC Terrain placed in the lower third of the compact SUV class in 2018. However, they were 33.8 percent higher compared to 2017.

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 $400 above the average for comparably-equipped alternatives. However, price doesn’t always impact sales performance. Case in point: the Nissan Rogue starts at $24,800 and finished 2018 second in class sales.

Time to Buy: With sales improving, it may be difficult to snag a deal on the Terrain this month. If you aren’t completely sold on the Terrain, take some time to shop around. The Hyundai Tucson is an economical – starting about $2,450 below the Terrain – and 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.

2019 GMC Terrain Prices

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