Chevrolet redesigned their top-selling Equinox with new comfort features and safety technology.
The 2018 Equinox will be available in L, LS, LT and Premier trim levels, in FWD or AWD combinations.
The 2018 Equinox boasts what seems to be a bigger frame with a chiseled front fascia and muscle lines running from the sharp grille to the sides. New safety technologies to help keep passengers comfortable and connected on the road.
The 2018 Equinox will have three available turbocharged 6 cylinder engines, a 1.5 liter, a 2.0 liter turbo and for the first time, a 2.0 liter diesel. The 2.0 liter engines will be matched to an all-new 9-speed automatic transmission.
The 3-row crossover SUV features new safety technology including a safety alert seat, 360 camera view, forward collision alert with following distance indicator, low speed forward automatic braking, and new lane departure warning with lane keeping assist. Side blind zone alert, lane change alert, and rear cross traffic alert is also standard on the 2018 Equinox.
Inside the bigger leather-trimmed cockpit of the new Equinox sits a 7-inch multimedia touchscreen. An 8-inch-diagonal color touchscreen is available. Standard infotaiment includes MyLink for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as well as an available OnStar 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot.
Rear Seat Reminder and Teen Driver are also offered. Rear Seat Reminder can provide an alert when the rear doors are used during or just before a trip, prompting you to double-check for valuables left in the back seat when you exit the vehicle. Teen Driver allows parents to monitor driving habits and facilitates discussions to help encourage better driving habits, even when parents are not in the vehicle.
Chevy’s top-selling Equinox will go on sale this spring starting at $24,475.