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2021 Chevy Equinox Review

The Chevrolet Equinox got the Camaro treatment in Chicago, where its needed facelift was revealed. The Equinox gained the RS trim, which is becoming popular on Chevrolet models such as the Malibu, Traverse, and Blazer. Here is the cool RS trim:

the upcoming 2021 Traverse SUV should have similar styling. A black or silver chrome surrounds the grille and splits the headlights into two. The fog lights are also changed. The rear now holds the blinkers on the bottom of the taillights like the refreshed Cruze. A cooler taillight design at night makes it look newer.

Nothing else has changed except for the front, and a few new colors and features. The luxurious interior is the same, so there isn't much to say about it.

Here are the key features:

- Price: $24,995

- Engine: turbocharged V6 1.5-liter and 2.0-liter V6 engines

- Horsepower: 170 hp

- Towing Capacity:

- Length: About 183"

- Seating: 5

The Equinox has been very noticeably changed. See the differences:

Old (above) versus new (below).

We cannot wait for the new Equinox to come on sale, and it will make every previous model year look old. (Which is both good and bad.)


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