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2022 Chevy Equinox Pricing and Updates

2022 Chevy Equinox | Portland, ME

From trim level changes to styling updates to new tech, the 2022 Chevy Equinox will get tons of exciting updates for the latest model year.

The 2022 Equinox gets rid of the base L trim and starts with the more feature-packed LS. This means the base price is a bit higher than the 2021 model at $26,995, but most trim levels actually cost less than they did last year, including the LS.

Besides pricing changes, the new Equinox offers a new look, with new front and rear fascia, a new grille, and the addition of LED headlamps. New exterior colors are accompanied by trim-exclusive styling, including black trim and Dark Android wheels on the RS trim and a black grille with chrome inserts on the Premier.

The new Equinox also boasts a range of new amenities, like outside heated and power-adjustable mirrors with integrated turn signal indicators, which make driving in cold, foggy weather easier and safer.

New on the Equinox are available Front and Rear Park Assist and Automatic Parking Assist for help with parallel parking in the city and other tight spots. The Equinox even offers wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capability, so you can sync your phone to the standard color touchscreen without the hassle of extra cords.

When the 2022 Chevy Equinox arrives, you’ll be able to find it right here at Quirk Chevrolet of Portland in Portland, Maine.

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The Differences Between the 2021 Equinox & Blazer

2021 Chevrolet Blazer vs Equinox | Portland, ME

The 2021 Chevrolet lineup is packed to the gills with high-quality vehicles designed for families just like yours in Portland, ME. Two of the most popular options are the Equinox and the Blazer. To help you decide which model is the right fit for your family, here are some of the most important differences between these stellar SUVs.

Dimensions

While neither the 2021 Equinox nor Blazer is quite as enormous as something like the Tahoe or Suburban, they’re not short on comfort. Both models offer comfortable seating for up to five, but the Blazer boasts more overall passenger volume thanks to its larger body. In terms of cargo volume, there’s virtually no difference between the two, as the Blazer offers up to 64.2 cubic feet and the Equinox provides 63.9.

Design

This is one area where the dynamic duo show their unique personalities. The 2021 Blazer is a stone-cold stunner, with a low, athletic stance, an imposing grille, and a body defined by delicate curves and aggressive angles. On the other hand, the Equinox is more understated. Its body is smoother, its accents are a bit more subtle, and its presence is less intimidating overall. Both look great, just in different ways.

Powertrains

If you want something that packs a serious punch under the hood, the Blazer is your best bet. It offers three engine options, including a 3.6-liter V6 that belts out 308 horsepower. All of them outperform the Equinox’s single powertrain, a 1.5-liter turbo that tops out at 170 horsepower. The trade pays off big-time at the gas pump, as the Equinox can achieve up to 31 mpg on the highway.*

The good news is that there’s no way to go wrong when choosing between the 2021 Chevrolet Equinox and Blazer. To see which one is your perfect match, swing by Quirk Chevrolet of Portland for a few test drives.

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