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According to our research, the average cost to insure a GMC Terrain is around $161 a month — or $1,936 a year. Your actual cost depends on your driving record, the number of kilometres you drive in a year, your age, gender and other factors.
When comparing insurance options for your GMC Terrain, consider these factors:
As a relatively reliable midrange compact SUV with high safety ratings, the GMC Terrain shouldn’t break the bank to insure. However, the trim package you choose could affect your insurance premium.
The 2020 GMC Terrain is available in SLE, SLT and Denali packages in order of increasing price. It could cost you more each month to insure your GMC Terrain Denali than it will to insure the SLE version.
Beyond the make and model of your vehicle, other factors like your age, gender, location, credit history and accident history can affect your car insurance rates.
Insurance companies in all provinces except Ontario and Newfoundland and Labrador, can use your credit score to calculate your premium under specific circumstances, and individuals with high scores generally lock in low rates. Women are also known to qualify for lower insurance premiums — regardless of their age.
Yes. You should be able to snap up a few premium discounts for your GMC Terrain, thanks to advanced safety features like:
Like many other GMC and Chevrolet vehicles, the 2020 GMC Terrain rates high in both reliability and safety. The JD Power Consumer Rating gives this compact SUV an 83 out of 100 reliability rating. The 2019 model was a JD Power Performance Award Winner, which is awarded to models with the highest design and performance ratings from owners within 90 days of purchasing. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) gave the GMC Terrain a “good” score in all crashworthiness tests, which is the highest possible rating. However, the Terrain’s headlights earned a poor rating from the IIHS.
The GMC Terrain is a compact SUV built with fuel efficiency and relatively low routine maintenance costs in mind. Like its cousin, the Chevrolet Equinox, the GMC Terrain should get up to 9.2 L/100 km in the city and 7.8 L/100 km on the highway. And oil changes, brake pad replacements, tire rotation and other routine services shouldn’t be too pricey.
Average insurance rates combined with modest repair and routine maintenance costs and above-average fuel economy make the GMC Terrain a smart choice for a mix of value and luxury. If you have a clean driving history and qualify for paperless billing, bundling of your home and auto policies or other insurance discounts, you could save even more.
To get the best rate for your GMC Terrain, compare car insurance providers against your budget and needs.
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