Used 2013 Chevrolet Equinox Pricing

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2013 Highlights

For the 2013 Chevrolet Equinox, a 3.6-liter V6 replaces the previous 3.0-liter V6 as the optional engine. There are also a few new available features, including a revised touchscreen interface, smartphone app integration (Chevy's MyLink), a rear-seat entertainment system, a power passenger seat and a remote garage door opener.

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  • Premium look inside and out
  • quiet cabin with lots of storage bins
  • spacious and adjustable backseat
  • comfortable highway ride.


  • Not quite as much cargo space as chief rivals
  • numb and uncommunicative steering
  • poor rear visibility.

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Used 2013 Chevrolet Equinox for Sale

Chevrolet Equinox 2013 LT 4dr SUV AWD w/2LT (2.4L 4cyl 6A) 103,574 miles
Used 2013Chevrolet EquinoxLT
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Chevrolet Equinox 2013 LT 4dr SUV AWD w/1LT (2.4L 4cyl 6A) Tungsten Metallic Jet Black premium cloth50,389 miles
Used 2013Chevrolet EquinoxLT
Est.Loan: $258/mo
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New Price! 2013 Chevrolet Equinox LT In Gray, BALANCE OF FACTORY WARRANTY, LOCAL TRADE, NON SMOKER, CLEAN CARFAX, AWD. Gray 2013 Chevrolet Equinox LT AWD 6-Speed Automatic with Overdrive 2.4L 4-Cylinder SIDI DOHC Odometer is 12440 miles below market average! 29/20 Highway/City MPG Awards: * JD Power Dependability Study * 2013 IIHS Top Safety Pick Call us directly at (703) 771-8300 to confirm availability! Jerry's Leesburg Chevrolet is located at 18 Fort Evans Road N.E. In Leesburg, Virginia. If you have any questions, please contact us directly and we'll be glad to help! Our sales department is open 7 days a week: M-F 9AM-9PM, Sat 9AM-6PM, Sun 11AM-5PM. Jerry's Leesburg Chevrolet is a full-service Chevrolet Dealership. Sales, Finance, and Service conveniently located in the town of Leesburg, Virginia. Reviews: * Premium look inside and out; quiet cabin with lots of storage bins; spacious and adjustable backseat; comfortable highway ride. Source: Edmunds

Chevrolet Equinox 2013 LTZ 4dr SUV AWD (2.4L 4cyl 6A) Champagne Silver Metallic Brownstone/Jet Black leather76,260 miles
Used 2013Chevrolet EquinoxLTZ
Est.Loan: $279/mo
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2013 Chevrolet Equinox LTZ Champagne Silver Metallic **BLUETOOTH**, **MP3 - USB / iPOD READY**, **NAVIGATION**, **SIRIUS/XM RADIO**, **BACKUP CAMERA**, **HEATED SEATS**, **ONE OWNER**, **BALANCE OF FACTORY WARRANTY**, **LOCAL TRADE**, Equinox LTZ, 2.4L 4-Cylinder SIDI DOHC, 6-Speed Automatic with Overdrive, AWD, Brownstone/Jet Black w/Perforated Leather-Appointed Seat Trim. CARFAX One-Owner. Odometer is 2449 miles below market average! 29/20 Highway/City MPG Awards: * JD Power Dependability Study * 2013 IIHS Top Safety Pick Reviews: * Premium look inside and out; quiet cabin with lots of storage bins; spacious and adjustable backseat; comfortable highway ride. Source: Edmunds MD State Inspected with a Fresh Oil Change! Every Pre-Owned vehicle purchased from Criswell comes with a free CARFAX vehicle history report. The Used Vehicle Sale Price is plus sales tax, tag fees and a $300 processing charge. All prices, specifications, and availability are subject to change without notice. Pictures may be for illustrative purposes only; offers not valid on prior sales. Please contact Criswell Chrysler Jeep Dodge RAM FIAT in Gaithersburg, MD for details and the most current information.

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NHTSA Overall Rating

The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration offers independent analysis.
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  • Side Crash Rating

  • Side Barrier Rating

  • Combined Side Barrier & Pole Ratings

    Front Seat4/5
    Back Seat5/5
  • Rollover

    Dynamic Test ResultNo Tip
    Risk Of Rollover19.1%

IIHS Rating
The Insurance Institute of Highway Safety uses extensive crash tests to determine car safety.
  • Side Impact Test
  • Roof Strength Test
  • Rear Crash Protection / Head Restraint
  • IIHS Small Overlap Front Test
    Not Tested
  • Moderate Overlap Front Test

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Been a Good Car so far but not Perfect
Bought the Equinox new 3 years ago and have not had any troubles in 24,000 miles. I knew the 2.4L wouldn't routinely achieve the EPA fuel mileage numbers at typical highway speeds (and I'm frustrated at both Chevy and the EPA for unrealistic numbers) but a quick glance at the data on shows it's nearly impossible to achieve the highway number (only 3 fill-ups out of 418 got 32 MPG) which is just wrong from a consumer standpoint. I have measured 29.5 MPG on a 500-mile highway run in ECO mode running 65-70 MPH. I don't know how the 4-cylinder will hold up either so I might opt for the 6-cylinder if I had it to do over again. I thought the 2.4L had reasonable power during my test drive but after 3 years of driving, it feels somewhat underpowered. On the plus side, it's quiet and we have not had any squeaks or rattles. It has run flawlessly with no returns to the dealer for any reason other than oil changes. I think the Equinox looks pretty decent and handles well. Brakes and HID headlights are great. Good amount of room in the back seat. Side airbags are good to have. Here are my observations on the negative side: 1. The center stack is angled away from the driver so reaching the main knob on the upper right of the radio requires the driver to lean forward away from the seat and I'm 6 ft tall with relatively long arms. This is terrible ergonomic design and is very frustrating over time. That control isn't accessible on the steering wheel so they force you to lean way forward to use it. Extremely bad. 2. I find the seats too firm. The firm seats bother my sciatic nerve and I start having numbness. I had to go buy a seat cushion to alleviate this problem. 3. The Equinox cargo room is much smaller than it should be for a vehicle of this length. The Equinox is the same length as our Buick Rendezvous but the Rendezvous has 3 rows of seating and offers two or three times more cargo space. According to Edmunds specs, the two vehicles only differ in width by 1 inch so I'm just puzzled how the Equinox is so much smaller in the back. It just strikes me that the Equinox is trying to be a small fuel-efficient SUV but it doesn't excel at either end of the spectrum. It doesn't achieve the EPA numbers but also isn't big enough to handle big family trips because of the small cargo area. The cargo area is also narrow enough that you can't put golf clubs back there. 4. As noted above, I'm not sold on the 2.4L engine. It doesn't achieve the sticker ratings and I'm uncertain how well it will hold up over time. I'm not sure we're saving enough fuel to be worth feeling this underpowered. Some people have reported 5. The 6-speed transmission is good at keeping the engine revs low for better fuel economy and I like the manual shift control but it is the worst-shifting new-car transmission I have ever owned. I don't consider it a severe problem but more of a constant annoyance. It's just not nearly as smooth as it should be. The car hesitates momentarily at every shift with first-to-second and second-to-third being the worst. So, the bottom line for me is that it is a mixed bag. The car has been completely reliable which is ultimately what matters the most to me but I do have a few concerns as noted above.
My first new vehicle
I've had my Equinox for over a year now and here are my pros and cons. Pros: -I haven't gotten stuck once during the first winter season with my all seasons. I can't wait to drive it with winter tires. -I like the sliding backseat feature. My parents won't ride shotgun because they like the room in the back! -Fairly good on gas and very decent on the highways when on eco mode -Smooth ride, especially on highways -Blind spot mirrors are very helpful Cons: -Wish the backseats would fold flat, it gives it a weird angle when folded. -Very narrow space from behind -Some of the interior gives it a cheap look and easily scratches and dents from normal wear -Steering is sluggish
So far so good!
Bought the 2013 Equinox 2LT this past April. Nice car. First time to buy a Chevy after having Hondas and Toyotas for the past 20 years. Couldn't beat the options and the price when compared to the Hondas and Toyotas. Had some difficulty trying to find the exact car as there are so many options that are not necessarily automatic on a 2LT. For example found the color we wanted with the leather seats we liked but it had a manuel rear door. You would think that on a 2LT the power rear door would be automatically included. Back seats are roomy enough for our 3 teenagers. Front seats provide many adjustments for a comfortable ride.