Eighty dollars! That’s how much more it takes to step into a 2015 Chevrolet Equinox LS if you missed out on the 2014 models. So what do those $80 get you?
One thing that shouldn’t be a surprise to long-time GM Authority readers is standard OnStar with 4G LTE with built-in Wi-Fi hotspot for improved connectivity − that’s a great feature that last year’s Equinox didn’t have. Other changes for 2015 are two new colors: Sea Grass Metallic and Blue Velvet Metallic.
All said, the base Equinox will run you $25,395, which includes an $875 destination charge. If you want the ritziest Equinox, the Equinox LTZ will run you $32,795 including destination, which is a price increase of $270. Standard motivation for both are a 182-horsepower 2.4L four, with a 301-horse 3.6L V6 being optional for the LT1, LT2, and LTZ. A six-speed automatic transmission is standard on all models.
Best of all, at this very moment you can pick up a 2015 Equinox at your local Chevrolet dealer.