GMC, riding a hot streak in sales of utility vehicles, introduced a face-lifted version of the midsize Terrain today ahead of its debut at this week’s New York auto show. The vehicle gets new front and rear fascias, more safety equipment and other tweaks.
Among the cosmetic updates: a new “power dome” hood, LED daytime running lights on non-base model Terrains, new wheels and a revised instrument panel that features a new storage shelf.
The Terrain, a two-row or five-seat crossover, competes with the Nissan Rogue, Ford Edge, Dodge Journey, Honda CR-V, Toyota RAV4 and others. Last year, GMC sold 105,016 Terrains, an increase of 5.5 percent from 99,525 in 2013.