Why Do Reidsville Drivers Continue to Choose the Chevy Equinox Over the Ford Edge?

We here at Hometown Chevrolet Buick GMC understand the difficulties you might encounter as you shop around for your ideal new SUV. When it comes to researching, we hope to help you discover the perfect model with a touch more ease by providing a few highlighted features and reasons why shoppers just like you from Reidsville continue to opt for the Chevy Equinox over the Ford Edge.

The Chevy Equinox vs the Ford Edge: A Brief Rundown and Comparison

Chevy Equinox

  • Fuel Economy: 26 mpg (city), 31 mpg (highway)
  • Cargo Volume: 63.9 cubic feet
  • Seating: Five individuals
  • Max Towing: 3,500 pounds
  • Trim Levels: Five (L, LS, LT, Premier
  • Pricing: Starting at $26,300

Ford Edge

  • Fuel Economy: 21 mpg (city), 29 mpg (highway)
  • Cargo Volume: 73.4 cubic feet
  • Seating: Five individuals
  • Max Towing: 3,500 pounds
  • Trim Levels: Four (SE, SEL, Titanium, ST)
  • Pricing: Starting at $31,000

After looking at each vehicle's resume, it becomes clear that while similar in size and stature, the Chevy Equinox is essentially a more easily-affordable model that touts just as many impressive features and specifications. If you're searching for a budget-friendly family-hauler to carry those dearest and nearest to you around town, the Equinox is a model you should surely familiarize yourself with a bit further. With recent revisions, the model now boasts an optional 2.0-liter engine, standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration, and an impressive total of six USB ports available in the top-trim Equinox Premier model. Don't miss out on the enjoyment of driving any longer.

Reach out to set up a test drive in the new Equinox as soon as you can to make the most of what the Reidsville area has to offer!

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