We spent some time in the 2018 Chevrolet Equinox, and here are five things you need to know.
It's offered with three turbo-charged engine choices.
The base 1.5 liter is good for a 170 horsepower, but a 1.6 liter diesel engine will be available by the end of summer.
A 2 liter engine with 252 horsepower will be online soon.
There is no adaptive cruise control offered on any trimline, but with the top of the line Premier, you do get the Lane Keeping Assist and GM's vibrating safety seat.
Chevy's MyLink system is easy to use and comes with the Teen Driver technology to keep tabs on less experienced drivers.
You can set speed limits and volume control and view a report card to see how your teen is driving.
The 2018 Equinox has a whole new look and is 400 pounds lighter than the outgoing model, putting it more in line with the competition.
The Equinox starts at $23,580 but our test model in the Premier all wheel drive trim adds up to $39.045.
Well there you have it.
Five things you definitely need to know about the 2018 Chevrolet Equinox.
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