Despite the recent struggle in auto industry, the crossover segment has witnessed an astounding growth, the highest in the industry.
This has compelled automakers to stay focused and come up with more and more models under this category. The GMC Terrain, a mid-size crossover, is one such example. The GMC Terrain’s sales figures have been increasing with each passing year. The Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) for the Terrain is $29635. This makes the Terrain the 12th least expensive midsize SUV. The median price of the Terrain is the lowest in Michigan, at an MSRP of $26420. This is $3215 below the national average. Louisiana, on the other hand is the most expensive state to own a GMC Terrain, with a median MSRP of $35825 that is $3940 above the national average.
The GMC Terrain is the third most expensive midsize SUV to insure. Michigan is the state where insuring the GMC Terrain costs the highest, at an annual average insurance rate of $2178. This is 74% higher than the median state. Michigan is followed by Louisiana at $2084 and Georgia at$1721.
On the other hand, Maine is most affordable state to insure a GMC Terrain with an insurance rate of $789 which is 36% lower than the median rate.
The GMC Terrain has three unique trim, style and cylinder combinations. Of all these models, GMC Terrain SLE1 AWD Utility 4WD 4 Door Utility 6 cylinder has the highest insurance rate, at $2970 in Georgia. Its insurance rate is 118% higher than the median rate. On the other hand, the GMC Terrain SLE1 Utility 2WD 4 Door Utility 4 cylinder has the lowest Insurance rate, at $789 in Maine of all the available GMC Terrain models. Its insurance rate is 42% lower than the median rate.