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The Chevy Equinox debuted with the 2005 model year and was Chevy's first entry into the crossover SUV segment. As this segment has gotten more and more crowded, the Equinox has evolved with the competition, becoming one of the most reliable and tech-savvy compact SUVs on the market. The newest generation debuted with the 2018 model year and quickly became one of the most popular SUVs in its segment. Featuring a diesel engine and a turbocharged 4-cylinder, the Equinox combines power and efficiency as well as any SUV on the market. If you're looking for power and efficiency, the diesel provides 240 lb-ft of torque while returning 39 MPG on the highway. The third-generation Equinox also emphasizes technology and has more available tech than most of its competitors with a 7-inch touch-screen infotainment system that includes Bluetooth for streaming music and phones, while also featuring Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as standard.
The second generation of the Chevy Equinox debuted with the 2010 model year and immediately made a splash. Featuring a 4-cylinder engine with a 32 MPG highway fuel economy rating, this generation adapted to consumer's desire for more fuel-efficient vehicles. It also featured a more attractive and stylish design, more refined interior and driving manners, while also managing to be more powerful and more fuel-efficient at the same time. It was also filled with many features, such as back-seat entertainment.
The first generation of the Chevy Equinox was bigger than most SUVs in its segment, which made it stand out from its class, and it was also Chevy's first SUV built on a car-like platform, moving away from the truck-based SUVs. Regardless of the model year, you know you will be getting a refined and tech-savvy SUV with the Chevy Equinox.