2019 Chevrolet Equinox Walk Around

Viewed from most angles, the Equinox is a gathering of mostly pleasant curves. A wide, two-tiered grille is flanked by one of three headlight types: halogen on base L and LS, HID on LT, LED on Premier. Those lights sweep into a curvy bodyside.

At the rear, an upright look feels more like a minivan than a crossover. An Equinox with the upgraded turbo-4 engine features dual chromed exposed exhaust outlets.


Cabin appointments are on the plain side. However, they provide ample, comfortable space for four passengers and their belongings, five in a pinch.

Trimly-proportioned, the current Equinox makes good use of its interior space, though it’s smaller on purpose than its predecessors as Chevy adds more models to its lineup. Front and rear doors are particularly wide, easing entry and exit.

Front seats provide good support, with adequate bolstering. In L and LS trim levels, the driver’s seat is not height-adjustable. Upper versions get a power seat. Three riders can fit into the back bench, at least for short-distance trips, though the cushion is a bit flat. Cloth-upholstered seats feel tough and durable, enhancing their appeal. Leather comes only in the Premier edition.

Curvy in shape, the Equinox dashboard is logically arranged. Unlike the transmission selector buttons in GMC’s similar Terrain, the Equinox uses a conventional gearshift lever.

Cargo utility is a plus. Folding the two-section rear seatback expands cargo volume from almost 30 to a sizable 63.5 cubic feet. Luggage can be stacked easily without blocking rearward views, because of relatively high windows.

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