2015 GMC Terrain Values

Select a 2015 GMC Terrain trim level

2015 model year changes

The GMC Terrain is essentially unchanged for 2015. The one big change is the addition of 4G LTE built in Wi-Fi hotspot technology. The system will allow drivers and passengers to connect mobile devices through the Terrain and browse the web or check e-mails.

Competitive comparison

Powerful engine selections; sharp styling inside and out; available all-wheel drive

Special features for 2015

Starting about $26,500, the 2015 GMC Terrain is one of the most affordable crossover vehicles in its class; a class that includes the Honda CR-V and Toyota RAV4. The interior features a dual-cockpit design; ice-blue ambient lighting and sophisticated, classy appearance touches that make it look much more expensive than it is.
Not much has changed with this crossover SUV since last year’s model. This five passenger vehicle offers a roomy and luxurious interior with a smooth-flowing look and nifty trim that traverses the dashboard. The most desirable features on its rather long list of amenities includes the 7” touchscreen command console with GPS and Bluetooth connectivity, backup camera with collision sensors, heated mirrors that auto-dim, powered front seats, OnStar and six-speaker surround sound system with iPod/USB interface. Choose from three trim levels: SLE, SLT and Denali, each which come with their own sub-trim sets. Notable upgrades include larger wheels, roof rails, power lumbar in front seats, Pioneer premium sound system, leather interior, sunroof and remote start. An unimpressive 2.4-liter four-cylinder stock engine makes 182 horsepower at 172 pound-feet of torque, but can be upgraded to a more capable 3.6-liter V6 engine that delivers 301 horsepower at 272 lb-ft of torque. You’ll assuredly want to upgrade the standard 3-year/36,000 mile warranty to something more palpable.