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If you live in the Hartselle area and have been looking for a new compact SUV, you may be looking at the differences between the 2021 Chevy Equinox vs. Honda CR-V. Well, with more features, a more powerful engine, a more extensive road assistance package, and all for a lower price, we think it’s quite clear that the Chevy Equinox is an easy choice! But don’t just take our word for it, get a detailed look at how these two SUVs compare below.
When it comes to price, the 2021 Chevy Equinox starts at $1,550 less than the Honda CR-V. At the baseline trim for each, the 2021 Chevy Equinox starts at just $23,800, and the 2021 Honda CR-V starts at $25,350. If price is a concern for you, the Equinox wins.
The Chevrolet Equinox and Honda CR-V both come with powerful engines. Here are their performance specs:
As you can see, the Honda CR-V offers more horsepower, but the Chevrolet Equinox has more torque. That extra torque is actually more useful. For example, towing or picking up speed on Hanceville freeways are made easier with a good amount of torque.
By now, it’s become standard for any car to be able to connect to a smartphone. How else will you listen to your music and podcasts? At a lower price, the Equinox provides more integration options than the CR-V, which requires upgrades in order for basic phone connectivity. Here are the specs:
When comparing the Chevy Equinox vs Honda CR-V on safety, we can see that both provide a well-rounded safety suite at their baseline trim levels: Chevy Safety Assist and Honda Sensing®. However, there are extra features provided by Chevy and not the CR-V:
When you go on road trips out of Decatur you never want to be left high and dry. Thankfully, both the Equinox and CR-V offer some kind of roadside assistance to help you if you ever have a flat or other issue. However, yet again, the Chevy Equinox has a much more valuable roadside assistance package, lasting almost twice as long as that of the CR-V:
Do you have a better idea of whether you prefer the Chevrolet Equinox or Honda CR-V now? The best way to experience a car is in person, so feel free to contact us and we’ll help you set up a test drive at our dealership in Cullman. To get an even better price on the Equinox, make sure you check our new vehicle specials!
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