Chevrolet Equinox Crossovers

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2017 Chevrolet Equinox

The new Midnight Black package swathes the Equinox in black paint, black leather seats, black wheels...you get the idea. A Sport Package is essentially the same thing, but with white paint on the body, and black everywhere else. Also, the LTZ trim is now called Premier.

2016 Chevrolet Equinox

The 2016 Equinox gets a new nose and tail, with projector-beam headlights in front and LED taillights in the rear. Also new is a revised center stack with a new storage shelf, blind-spot and cross-traffic alert, and enhanced interior fabrics.

2015 Chevrolet Equinox

The 2015 Chevy Equinox is virtually identical to last year's model. The only notable change is 4G connectivity through OnStar, plus the ability to share that connection with other devices through onboard Wi-Fi.

About Chevrolet Equinox

In anticipation of a likely all-new Equinox next year, the 2017 Chevrolet Equinox rolls into this year relatively unchanged. There may be an element of "if it ain't broke" there, since Equinox sales have been doing better and better over the years despite newer competition such as the Honda CR-V, Toyota RAV4 and Ford Escape. There's also the 'tweener size to consider; despite being priced alongside the Honda and Toyota, the Equinox is notably larger, about as long as a Ford Edge, for example. And, unlike those compact SUV competitors, the Equinox offers a V6 engine with 301 horsepower. Nonetheless, the Equinox is definitely a utility play, offering a roomy back seat and comfortable driving dynamics, but not really what we'd call "fun."

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