Runs great in that have had no problems so far, but only have 3000 miles. Has great pick-up when needed, corners well. Style is impressive and everything inside "makes sense". The ride is not as smooth as I'd like to have it, but we're not talking a Caddy here. Drive conservative and get 25 MPG, but do little city driving. Realistically, I'd probably get 21 if I drove like I used to do when gas wasn't gold plated, but if we can put a man on the moon, surely we could design one that gets 30 mpg.
Didn't get all the bugs, bombs and whistles on this Equinox, but as I said, the inside design makes sense and everything is where it should be.The a/c will blow the hair off a dog and will cool things off fairly quickly.
Going to take it to dealership as I noticed when stopped and then to start moving, you have to "give" it some gas (push on the peddle more than you'd think you should)which causes a surprize lurch at times. Windshield wipers could be improved or upgraded.
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