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The 2017 Chevy Equinox: Choosing a Trim

The 2017 Chevy Equinox has been updated and upgraded, further meeting the technology and performance demands of 21st century vehicles. Small crossover SUVs are all the rage right now, and Chevrolet had to reevaluate their priorities for the Equinox to make it compare to other SUVs in its class. 2017 has brought distinguished new front-end styling and more powerful headlights and new taillights on the upgraded rear fascia. The L and LS trims get a 7-inch touchscreen and rearview camera coming standard while the higher-tier LT and Premier trims get LED daytime running lights and blind-spot monitor with rear cross traffic alert.

The Equinox comes in four acclaimed trims – the L, the LS, the LT, and the Premier.  The L trim comes standard with 17-inch alloy wheels, automatic headlights, partial power driver seat, 60/40 split second-row seating, a trip computer, and Bluetooth phone connectivity. OnStar with a 4G WiFi hotspot is also standard (with a subscription). The LS trim comes standard with all the L standard features as well as satellite radio and compass. The LS also has an available towing package like the LT and LTZ.

The LT trim comes standard with upgraded wheels, heated mirrors, rear privacy glass, roof rack side rails, and a superior audio system with Chevy’s MyLink system. It comes with Bluetooth audio connectivity, voice controls, and smartphone integration for radio apps such as Pandora. The illustrious Premiertrim comes with all the standards features of lower-tier trims as well as 18-inch alloy wheels, foglights, a chrome-accented exterior trim, remote start, rear parking sensors, leather upholstery, power driver seat, and automatic climate control. Take this quiz to find out which of the Chevy Equinox’s fine trims is right for you.

How important is having a leather interior?
Would you want to spend more money for a larger engine?
Do you frequently fight over climate control with your passengers?
Is fuel economy important to you?
How important are safety features such as collision warnings and automatic braking?
Is price a major factor in deciding how many options you buy for your car?
Do you use cruise control regularly?
Do you use an iPhone or other smartphone?