2022 GMC Terrain Trim Level Comparison
The 2022 GMC Terrain has four trim levels, the SLE, the SLT, the AT4, and the Denali. All four of these trim levels are described below, so scroll down if you want to learn more. You can also visit Carl Black Roswell in Roswell, GA, to learn more about the 2022 GMC Terrain.
2022 GMC Terrain SLE and SLT features
The SLE and SLT trim levels are the lowest trim level options. They have a starting MSRP of $27,900. Key features of these trim levels include an available Head-Up Display (a projected display on your windshield of vehicle vitals such as speed), a Traction Select System (for optimal traction on various terrains), wireless phone compatibility, and GMC Pro Safety features. One difference between the SLE and SLT is that the SLT offers a standard, heated, leather-wrapped steering wheel. Both models are rated at 26 mpg in the city and 30 mpg on the highway.
2022 GMC Terrain AT4 features
The mid-priced trim level option is the AT4. The AT4 model has a starting MSRP of $34,000. While this model has a slightly lower fuel economy rating than the base trim level, with 25 mpg in the city and 28 mpg on the highway, in all other ways this trim level upgrades and enhances what the SLE and SLT create. It offers Sport terrain tires, a steel front skid plate, one additional mode for the Traction Select System (Off-Road Mode), and unique style features. You can tell this trim level apart based on its chrome exterior accents.
2022 GMC Terrain Denali features
The Denali is the highest trim level option with a starting MSRP of $36,600. This model has the same fuel economy rating as the AT4 model. It has some other similarities, but let’s focus on the differences. The Denali brings a larger infotainment system with built-in navigation, wireless phone charging, and a unique exterior design. The easiest way to identify this model is either its unique grille design or its wheels, which are 19-inch Ultra-Bright machined aluminum wheels with Premium Gray painted accents.