2016 Chevrolet Equinox vs 2015 Chevrolet Equinox
The Chevrolet Equinox is the most dependable, stylish, fun-to-drive SUV there is! Whether you’re piling the whole family in for a trip to the lake, or darting around town the Equinox can handle it with ease, fuel-efficiency, and enough room to make the ride so comfortable you forget you’re in a car. At Weber Chevrolet we take driving seriously, and we know you do too! Check out some of the difference between the 2016 and the 2015 Chevy Equinox, and check out just how great your future car driving experience can be!
Nip and Tuck
The 2015 Equinox is a good looking SUV. Sporty yet sleek, with tight lines, an aerodynamic frame, and the kind of attention to detail that lets you know this is a Chevy. But the 2016 Equinox is just as good looking and then some. Don’t knock a facelift until you’ve tried one! The newly redesigned 2016 Equinox, has a larger grill, more sporty front-end, and new head and taillights so that it keeps things modern while retaining a classic Chevrolet look. Both SUVs are worthy of a head-turn, just depends on what sort of style you’re looking for!
Inside the Equinox is just as impressive as the outside, if not more! It seats five so comfortably that there will be no question as to who is in charge of the carpool, the road trip, the let’s-just-go-somewhere afternoon. With 60/40 folding seats, both the 2015 and the 2016 have a massive amount of cargo space so nothing has to get left behind. Not to mention the fact that they have Multi-Flex® sliding rear seats which can add up to eight inches of legroom. Taking the basketball team to the state championship? No problem! Test drive either the 2015 or the 2016 Chevrolet Equinox today, and see how comfortable it really is!
Get Where You’re Going Without the Worry
Now that you’ve got the whole team loaded into the Equinox the last thing you want to do is be worried about their safety. With the Equinox you don’t have to worry, because Chevrolet has thought of everything for you! 2015 was named the top safety pick by IIHS and 2016 bumped up the safety features even more by adding available Side Blind Zone Alert, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, Rear Park Assist and more! With six standard airbags, and OnStar Crash Response System you can make it to the game and the only thing you need to worry about is which play you’re going to use first!