Holden Confirms 2018 Equinox Will Head Down Under4
More products involved in Holden’s initiative to launch 24 new models by 2020 are coming to light. The latest is the 2018 Chevrolet Equinox, confirmed by the brand to EFTM.
Holden confirms the all-new Equinox SUV will join its line-up in 2017. This world-class SUV is the next step in Holden’s commitment to launching 24 new vehicles by 2020. Alongside the new Trax, Trailblazer and upcoming Acadia, Equinox means Holden will have four new SUVs within two years as the company continues its transformation and building for a bright and sustainable long-term future.
In this move, it seems the Holden Captiva will not be long for this world as the compact crossover helps fill out space in the Australian brand’s lineup. What’s unclear is what equipment will be present when the 2018 Chevrolet Equinox launches down under.
That’s especially true for the new 1.6-liter turbo diesel four-cylinder engine, which will launch shortly after the 2018 Equinox arrives in the United States.
Holden also recently confirmed the 2017 GMC Acadia would make the voyage to Oz, launching sometime in 2018. The Equinox will reportedly launch later next year.
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How about one for one and we get the Trailblazer here? 😉
I agree. The demand for the a trailblazer here in the states is substantial.
Trust me, you wouldn’t want it. It like the Colorado 7 it replaces, are unreliable piles. Best to contact Isuzu about importing the MU-X there, instead.
The new 2017 Trailblazer is based on the 2017 Colorado platform which is proving itself quite well. The Colorado 7 was a 2016 and earlier model so it’s apples and oranges.