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Value for money is the name of the game when it comes to crossover SUVs. Most of them provide largely similar features, but the frugality of a vehicle is just as important as its technology. When comparing the Ford Edge vs. Chevrolet Equinox, their feature lists can at times almost seem like mirror images. The Equinox may have a few key components and technologies the Ford Edge does not, but its primary upside is starting almost ten thousand dollars cheaper. To learn what tips the Equinox vs. Edge comparison in the Equinox’s favor, read on.
Every car and truck should be comfortable, but there is a balance to strike here, from an engineering perspective. When it comes to Equinox vs. Edge size, the Equinox provides plenty of room for people and cargo for drivers in Buffalo, with roughly 40 inches of legroom front and rear, and 63.9 cubic feet of cargo space. The Edge is a larger vehicle than the Equinox, but there are multiple drawbacks to this. One is cost, with the aforementioned nearly ten thousand dollar base price hike looming large over the Edge’s size. Another drawback to the Edge’s superfluous size is the SUV’s bulk itself. Even when directly comparing trim levels, it’s possible for the Edge to be a thousand pounds heavier than the Equinox. That’s like carrying around five football players all the time, even when the vehicle is empty. That extra bulk hurts gas mileage, causes more wear and tear over the vehicle’s lifespan, and reduces carrying capacity.
Whether cruising through Cheektowaga or hitting the highway beyond Lancaster city limits, both the Chevy Equinox and Ford Edge are available with a range of impressive features. Features such as:
But there are a few important standouts that will help drivers choose between the Chevy Equinox or Ford Edge. The Equinox has a built-in 4G LTE Wi-fi hotspot, as well as built-in Alexa capability. Neither of those features are present on the Edge, despite its higher base price. For help finding the best SUV value for you, take a look at our lease offers, and contact our finance team today!
Leaner and more efficient than the Edge, the Equinox nevertheless has several features the Edge can’t match. To experience these features for yourself, come by Joe Basil Chevrolet to test drive the 2022 Equinox! Our helpful staff can aid your experience with car buying tips, and match you with the right vehicle out of our large inventory. Stop by today! In the meantime, explore the Chevy Equinox colors for 2022.
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