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2016 Chevrolet Equinox vs 2016 Hyundai Tucson

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The time has come to get a SUV! Whether you’re upgrading your old one, or switching from those silly cars to a real driving machine picking a new SUV is exciting and life-changing! That’s why at Weber Chevrolet we want to make sure you get the right vehicle for you and your lifestyle. Comparing the 2016 Chevrolet Equinox and the 2016 Hyundai Tucson is a good thing to do because you can rule out what you want and what you don’t want in your new vehicle! Take a look at the difference between the two and you’re sure to see there’s one that definitely rises to the top. Come test drive one when you’re ready and let us help you get your excitement on the road!

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More Miles For Your Buck

In car commercials you always see the vehicle cruising down the road, or climbing over rocky terrain, but what you don’t see is the person stopping at the gas station to fill up before their big adventure. And why not? That’s an important part of driving. You want to know how much you’ll be spending at the gas station before you decide which SUV you’re going with! The Tucson offers 23 city and 31 highway mpg, but the Equinox gets 32 highway miles per gallon and has a 18.8 gallon tank compared to the Tucson’s 16.4. Pick a vehicle that will have you spending less time at the pump so you can spend more time on the road. Pick the Chevy Equinox!

Make it as Spacious as You Want

Both the Tucson and the Equinox were designed to carry large amounts of passengers and cargo, but only the Equinox offers a substantially bigger amount of cabin space, cargo space, and reconfigurable space. Fold the seats down. Move them around and do what you want. You can take only your closest friend and move them across the country with just your Equinox, or you can put all the seat in and become the carpool master! The choice is yours, and what a great choice it is.

Engine Power

The Tucson has a nice 2.0L engine and gets a respectable 164 horsepower, but the Equinox is so much more with its 2.4L engine and impressive 182 horsepower. That’s quite a bit more get-up-and-go than the Tucson, and you can feel it when you’re on the road. Test drive one today at Weber Chevrolet and feel what driving raw power really feels like!