Available All-Wheel-Drive models feature the following modes:
This feature uses antilock braking to help provide a smooth, controlled descent on steep declines.
As driving conditions change, the standard Traction Select System allows you to make real-time adjustments for optional capability. Front-Wheel Drive (FWD) models feature a Normal mode which improves vehicle acceleration on snow and ice covered roads.
From a unique grille chiseled for the off-road down to its 17" gloss-black painted aluminum wheels, it’s easy to see what Terrain AT4 small off-road SUV was built for.
For a small SUV, the 2022 Terrain makes the most of every edge and accent. Our lineup of distinct trims means there’s a Terrain designed just for you.
New AT4-Exclusive 17" Gloss-Black Painted Aluminum Wheels with Premium Gray Painted Accents.
What’s inside Terrain AT4 sport SUV? Unique, aggressive styling to complement the landscape, as well as premium touches like a heated leather-wrapped steering wheel.
Help keep your focus on the road with a new available Head-Up Display, which projects customizable vehicle info like the speed limit, driving speed, audio and more into the driver’s view. Standard on Denali. Available on SLT and AT4.
With available Alexa Built-In for instant, hands-free access to music, directions, calls, news, weather and more. You can ask Alexa to stream your favorite music, get directions, make calls, change your radio stations and more. Ask anything. Alexa’s on board.
Standard on every new GMC - GMC Pro Grade Protection has you truly protected with features and services including:
When driving conditions are dark, IntelliBeam can automatically turn the vehicle’s high-beam headlamps on and off according to surrounding traffic conditions.
This feature can warn you if it detects a potential front-end collision with a vehicle you’re following so you can quickly take action. It can also provide a tailgating alert if you’re following a vehicle much too closely.
This feature displays the gap time in seconds between your vehicle and a detected vehicle you’re following. This can help you decide if you’re following much too closely.