What to expect at the dealer:
The 2019 Terrain remains widely available and carries attractive factory offers. New options for 2019 include Black Edition and Chrome appearance packages, and adaptive cruise control with stop-and-go capability. The SLT trim receives a $500 price cut.
The mid-level SLE-1 trim is easiest to find, while the upscale Denali is always somewhat scarce. Note that the entry-level SL, which few buyers want, is excluded from factory incentive programs.
The carryover 2020 Terrain continues arriving at dealers and carries a factory rebate for the first time. The diesel model has been dropped from the lineup.
Current factory offers will remain in effect until October 31, 2019 and are available nationally unless otherwise noted.
Get 18% off:
GMC now offers 15% off the MSRP of 2019 Terrain models in stock. The discount increases to 18% for buyers who finance through GMC at non-promotional rates.
You're sure to save a bundle with this promotion. The discount on the Denali AWD, for example, works out to $7,325.
On the 2020 Terrain, GMC offers a flat $3,000 rebate to all buyers, an excellent amount this point in the model year.
Go newer on a lease:
The 2020 Terrain in popular SLE trim now starts at $259 for 39 months (10,000 miles a year) with $2,608 due at signing. Your effective monthly cost works out to $326, a very good value for this price class.
The current offer on the same 2019 Terrain model is virtually identical — just $1 less a month — so definitely upgrade to a 2020 model if you decided to lease.
No interest + cash:
In place of the other offers on a 2019 Terrain, you can get 0% financing for 72 months, plus $500 bonus cash.
Rates on the 2020 Terrain start at 0% for 60 months, but there's no bonus cash.