Compare the 2022 Chevy Equinox to the Competition

Compare the 2022 Chevrolet Equinox with Some of Its Closest Rivals

Practical, stylish, comfortable, and capable, the 2022 Chevy Equinox is a powerful contender that stands out in a crowded segment thanks to its smooth ride and superb handling.

So, what happens when rivals like the Ford Escape, Hyundai Palisade, and Honda Passport step up to issue a challenge? Well, we stacked these SUVs against each other and discovered that if you're looking for an adventuring companion, we're confident that the Equinox is the best pick. See how the Equinox stands up to the competition by exploring our comparison!

Comparing the 2022 Chevy Equinox to the 2022 Ford Escape

Exterior and Interior

Both models can carry up to five passengers. Equinox occupants will appreciate features like supportive seats, power outlets, and active noise cancellation that contribute to a quieter, more connected, and more comfortable ride.

Performance

The Equinox's ace in the hole regarding performance is its fun-to-drive attitude. Handling the Equinox feels precise, comfortable, and stable, making it easy to hit the road with confidence. The Equinox also offers a 1.5-liter Turbocharged engine that yields up to 170 horsepower, 203 pound-feet of torque, and the power to tow up to 1,500 pounds.

Switchable AWD

This available feature grants the Equinox the ability to adapt to poor weather and roads with poor traction by engaging AWD when you need it most. Save fuel by traveling in FWD mode, then switch to AWD when needed to tackle snow and other less-than-ideal driving conditions.

Standard Safety Tech

The Equinox comes packed with driver-assist and safety features to help you and your loved ones stay secure when you're out and about. Automatic Emergency Braking, Lane Keep Assist with Lane Departure Warning, and a Forward Collision Alert are just a few of the standard features.

Comparing theĀ 2022 Chevy Equinox to the 2022 Hyundai Palisade

Performance

The base FWD Equinox engine can get up to 25 city/30 highway miles per gallon. The Palisade's best efforts only yield up to 19 city/26 highway miles per gallon, making the Equinox the smarter choice if you're looking for an SUV that lets you go further with fewer gas stops along the way.

Affordability

The starting price for the Equinox is considerably lower than that of the Palisade. With better fuel economy, a host of standard safety features, and a comfortable ride quality on its list of perks, the Equinox is an attractive pick for drivers looking to save.

Exterior

The Equinox is just the right size. It's 183.1 inches long and 65.4 inches tall, making it shorter in both length and height than the Palisade. The Equinox also has a tighter turning diameter, making it easier to drive on busy streets. You'll also have an easier time sneaking in and out of parking spots. Since the Palisade is geared towards larger families, it's larger and a bit more unwieldy than the Equinox.

Interior

The Equinox offers plenty of roomy and supportive seating for up to five passengers. The Palisade supports up to eight passengers, so it's likely to feel like too much car if you're just looking for a vehicle that can keep up with your daily adventures.

Comparing the 2022 Chevy Equinox to the 2022 Honda Passport

Show Your Style

The Equinox offers two unique style options to drivers who want to make a statement. The Equinox Midnight Edition is the automotive epitome of tall, dark, and handsome with jet black perforated leather-appointed seating, a unique black grille, black aluminum wheels, and more. The Equinox Redline Edition is stylish, streetwise, and confident-looking with red-accented black wheels, black Chevy bowtie emblems, and more!

Exterior and Interior

The Equinox is considerably shorter lengthwise and height-wise than the Passport, making the Equinox easier to maneuver in and out of tight spaces and on busy streets. Both the Equinox and Passport can seat up to five occupants, but Equinox passengers in the front seats will enjoy a bit more headroom. The Passport's driver's seat is also set a bit too high.

Performance

Both models are available with AWD, so you'll find no trouble tackling rough terrain and harsh weather. However, if you're looking for the most fuel-efficient performance, then the Equinox is the way to go. Even AWD models can offer up to 25 city/30 highway miles per gallon, which outshines the Passport's estimated 19 city/24 highway miles per gallon.

Learn more about the new 2022 Chevy Equinox at our dealership today!


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