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Searching for the perfect new crossover SUV for you or your family to adventure around Elgin or Bartlett? If you’re torn between a compact SUV and a midsize SUV, then you’ve likely considered comparing the Chevy Equinox to the Chevy Traverse. Well luckily, here at Biggers Chevrolet, we not only have plenty of Equinox and Traverse SUVs in-stock, but we’re also more than happy to help you decide on one by providing you with the following comparison. Let’s see how the Chevy Traverse vs. Equinox stack up across the categories from space to price and more! If you have any questions, just reach out to our Chevy experts for help.
One thing’s undoubtedly true when stacking up the Traverse vs. Equinox. You’ll spend more for an entry-level Traverse than an entry-level Equinox — about $6,000 more. For many buyers, though, perhaps you included, that price differential won’t matter because you need more space, power, and understand that the upgrade is well worth the cost. However, in comparing these SUVs, you should consider the question: do you really need three rows of seating, more power, and more cargo space? If not, the Equinox could work for you. That said, here’s how the Equinox vs. Traverse prices compare:
When pitting the Chevy Equinox vs. Chevrolet Traverse base engines toe-to-toe, you’ll notice that both Chevy SUVs deliver impressive power and efficiency. However, the Traverse has more standard power, as befitting a larger mid-size SUV:
Mpg ratings for the Chevy Equinox are 26 mpg city/31 mpg highway**, while the Chevy Traverse fuel economy is 18 mpg city/27 mpg highway***.
The Chevy Traverse and Chevy Equinox both come standard with an impressive array of standard technology. From safety technology like driver aids to infotainment technology to keep you connected, there’s no shortage of standard or available tech features on either SUV. Here are some tech features both the Traverse and Equinox have in common:
In addition to the above infotainment features, both SUV are also equipped with many standard safety technologies, including:
One of the main differences you’ll find when you step inside the Chevy Traverse vs. Chevy Equinox is the amount of seating available in each SUV:
After comparing the Chevy Equinox vs. Traverse size or comparing other aspects of the Chevy Traverse vs. Equinox more in-depth, we hope you’ll contact us with any lingering questions you may have. Or explore the Equinox reviews and Traverse reviews for additional information. Then, browse our Equinox inventory or Traverse inventory to find the right vehicle for your Schaumburg and Streamwood drives. Just make sure to explore our new vehicle specials when it’s time to save money on your next lease or purchase.
*The Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price excludes destination freight charge, tax, title, license, dealer fees and optional equipment. Click here to see all Chevrolet vehicles’ destination freight charges.
**EPA-estimated 26 MPG city/31 highway with 1.5L engine (FWD)
***EPA-estimated 18 MPG city/27 highway (AWD) with 3.6L V6 engine.