2007 Chevrolet Equinox LT 4dr SUV AWD (3.4L 6cyl 5A)
We were forced to purchase a new car after the Jeep dealer ruined our 05 Jeep Liberty. We really did not want to be in the market for a car and yet here we were. We began my search in the beginning of September and wanted to get a year end deal on a 2007 model. After reviewing a number of models, we settled on the Pontiac Torrent. Although, this was the first choice, we gravitated to the Equinox as we could not find a Torrent with the equipment desired. However, if we could have assembled the car ourselves we would have put the Torrent front on the Equinox rear. Since purchased we put on about 4,400 trouble free miles. We have not had to take the car back for any adjustments or correc
5 speed automatic, ride, mileage, interior, general quality feel, fit and finish, radio/navigation, heated seats, sun roof, roominess, handling, brakes, and competence the car gives the driver, back seat leg room, integrated roof rack, with the exception of the front, the profile and rear styling.
Horn, flimsy visors/unlit mirrors, 4 blind spots, no locking glove box, key fob without a hatch release, 1 speed rear wiper, outside mirrors no defrost feature, layout center console, some interior plastics, no hood insulation pad, power window button location, no coat hooks, slow rear defroster, front pillars
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