Chevrolet Equinox - Review, Specs, Pricing, Features, Videos and More
The Chevrolet Equinox is one of the best-selling vehicles in America. It offers sensible family transportation in an easy to use package. Not as premium as some of its competitors, the Equinox is packed full of value.
Power comes from a 1.5-liter turbocharged engine that powers either the front or all four wheels.
Cheap, easy to use, good infotainment
Cheap feeling too, ungainly looks, feeling very old these days
Chevy's fleet-friendly Equinox can still make sense as no-frills transport, but it is lagging well behind the pack beyond that.
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2025 Chevrolet Equinox: Hands on Preview
One of Chevrolet’s perennial bestsellers, the fourth gen Equinox is almost 2.5 inches (63.5 mm) wider and features a host of design and packaging changes to bring it closer in line with other new Chevy SUVs of late, including the subcompact Trailblazer and Trax.
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Chevrolet Equinox LS vs LT: Which Trim is Right for You?
The compact SUV’s combination of value, space, and ease of use are appealing to many consumers. Another key factor to the Equinox’s success is the amount of choice the vehicle offers. Currently there are four trim levels to choose from and two additional special editions. Most of these come with the choice of front- or all-wheel drive as well.
For the purposes of this in-depth look, we are focusing on the two entry level trims for the vehicle. It’s the Chevrolet Equinox LS vs LT, compared over eight key categories. Below, we evaluate in detail whether the entry level LS has enough equipped features to satisfy owners, or if the price increase to the LT is worth the added content.
Subaru Forester vs Chevrolet Equinox Comparison: Underdog Fight
Nevermind sensible shoes: we’ve put our entire sensible suits on here.
Managing editor Mike Schlee and I are facing the 2022 Subaru Forester and Chevrolet Equinox. These are two of the most practical options in an eminently practical segment, the compact crossover. They both sold over 150,000 units a piece in the US last year, so they’re common sights on the road. Not the leaders—that’s less than half the number of RAV4s Toyota shifted, for example—but sometimes, you just don’t want what everyone else has, right?
That’s why we’re here. Both of these vehicles saw important upgrades for 2022, and we need to determine if that makes them more desirable than the best-sellers. The surprising truth is that it’s much harder to pick a clear victor here than we expected going into the match-up. Whether the Forester or the Equinox is the better pick for you probably depends on where you are when you’re answering.
|$27,695 - $34,495
|1.5-liter turbo 4-cylinder
|FWD / AWD
|Fuel Economy (city/hwy)
|25–26 mpg / 30–31 mpg
|29.9 cu ft
Our Final Verdict
|Quality and Styling
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