GMC has found that crossovers are golden. Of course, that isn’t unique, but it sure is profitable for a brand that otherwise would only have rebadged trucks going for it. That's why the GMC Terrain compact crossover has become a staple of the brand's lineup. It's a highly styled vehicle that isn’t quite as extreme as it was in its previous generation.
Americans’ enthusiasm for crossover suvs is seemingly unquenchable, and the Terrain is well-positioned to tap into that. It competes in a very popular and growing segment that also includes the Ford Escape, Nissan Rogue, and Honda CR-V. Some refer to them as “cute utes,” but they are more useful and versatile than that would suggest. You can go off-road in any of them you can as long as you choose the optional all-wheel drive and are aware of their limitations. The fact is that the 2020 GMC Terrain is a highly useful and practical vehicle, as thousands of buyers are discovering.