2012 Chevrolet Equinox
There are 7 user reviews for the 1LT AWD trim shown below
- V6,AWD,roominess,7 in display,250 watt Pioneer sys w/ sub,quiet/comfortable ride,regular gas
- non-full size spare,large front pillars,no fog lamps as an-add on,no rear vent outlet/controls
Purchased As New
This is my first American/Canadian made vehicle and my first crossover utility vehicle. Although I've always admired the likes of the BMW X3, Audi Q5 and the Benz GLK350 for it's performance and appeal packaging, the final price and maintenance for these Euro utes are a little over my budget. I've also researched the affordable competitions like the RAV4, CR-V, Ford Edge, Mazda CX-7, Acura RDX and doing a test drive on the KIA Sorento EX AWD/V6 which was my second choice. The KIA Sorento does seem have more cargo room and a bigger V6 (at the expense of gas mileage) but since I don't need these two advantages and interior noise levels were higher compared to the Equinox, it was easy to decide on the Chevy. I have over 1600 miles and have been averaging 21 MPG 60% highway/40% city. Not bad for a V6 and AWD. I hope to see more mileage improvement as she continues to break-in. If you do a test drive on this 2012 Equinox particularly the 1LT trim and above, you might not want to leave without it. Trust me, I did.
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