Chevrolet Equinox SUV | Crossover

Chevrolet Equinox SUV | Crossover 



  • Insulated cabin protects you from road noise
  • Fit and finish of cabin
  • Lots of storage bins inside
  • Sliding rear seats
  • The Equinox looks tame compared to the GMC Equinox
  • Missing option for third row seating
Ruling: The Chevrolet Equinox has safe, secure handling and retains its exceptionally roomy second-row seat, which slides on a track to increase passenger foot room or to boost cargo space in the rear. However, there is no option for third-row seating. Competitive vehicles such as the Toyota RAV4 and Kia Sorento offer a third-row option, while others like the Ford Escape can be bought in fuel-saving Hybrid trim.

The 2011 Chevrolet Equinox is a small crossover that isn't so small and comes in several trims: the base LS, 1LT, 2LT and near-luxury LTZ. All-wheel drive is optional, as is a V6 engine. Note that opting for all-wheel drive and/or the V6 engine decreases the Equinox’s fuel economy ratings significantly.

For 2011, the optional V6 engine can run on E85, a blended fuel that's mostly made from ethanol. Equinox LS models now come standard with a compass for 2011. Lower-end 1LT models add Bluetooth, a USB port and a leather-wrapped steering wheel complete with audio controls as standard equipment, while 2LT models now come standard with heated cloth seats.


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[Jan 21, 2011]
Model Reviewed: equinox


ride good


extremely poor gas mileage

have owned chev for over 30 yrs,,sold them too....this equinox has the worst mpg that i can ever remember having...
also sold chevs for several yrs.

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