GMC Teases 2025 Terrain – Kelley Blue Book

GMC’s Terrain compact SUV is known for a spacious cabin and a quiet, comfortable ride. But it was last redesigned in 2018. Our expert test driver praises its user-friendly tech but says it “has become a tough sell against newer and more refined models like the Honda CR-V, Mazda CX-50, and several others.”

It shares most of its parts with the Chevrolet Equinox. So when that SUV received a thorough update earlier this year, we knew a new Terrain was coming.

GMC has confirmed our suspicions with a teaser photo previewing an all-new Terrain for 2025.

The photo doesn’t reveal much, except that some photographer in GM’s public relations department loves to show half a grille. It’s nearly the same photo GMC used to tease an all-new Yukon last week.

It shows a large grill, C-bracket daytime running light, and a design theme heavy on busy folds like most current GM SUVs. We expect a rugged look, an open-feel cabin, and a new chassis with the same 1.5-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder engine as the current model. Those are the basic outlines of the Equinox update, and the two models tend to track pretty closely.

GMC promises a “bolder, more assertive design.” We may face a bit of a wait-to-know-more, though. The company promises to reveal the Terrain “later this year.” We’ll bring details when that happens.

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