2018 Chevrolet Equinox vs. 2017 Honda CR-V Comparison Review
Our experts review the 2018 Chevrolet Equinox vs. the 2017 Honda CR-V. Edmunds car experts Mark Takahashi and Josh Sadlier do a side-by-side comparison of the 2018 Chevrolet Equinox and the 2017 Honda CR-V. Does the all-new Equinox have what it takes to challenge the fully redesigned 2017 CR-V, which represents the top of the small SUV class? The editors measure up the driving experience, engines, interior, safety features and styling of the two compact SUVs and compare their merits. Watch the video to see which small SUV they'd give the edge to.
[MUSIC PLAYING] JOSH SADLIER: Over here we have the 2017 Honda CRV, fully redesigned for the 2017 model year. We consider it to be the top of the small SUV class. MARK TAKAHASHI: That's the 2018 Chevy Equinox. It's all new for 2018, and it's a huge improvement. Is it good enough to unseat the CRV? We're going to find that out right now. This is your first ish time driving the Equinox. JOSH SADLIER: Yeah. It's also I think my first time inadvertently wearing the same shirt as you. The power of this engine and the responsiveness of the transmission-- nine speed automatic. Some people might be wondering, has too many gears for one gearbox. My experience so far, it's seamless. MARK TAKAHASHI: It doesn't seem to hunt much when you're climbing a hill. JOSH SADLIER: No. MARK TAKAHASHI: You got plenty of punch right off the line. JOSH SADLIER: Yep. MARK TAKAHASHI: And at the top end, the really tall gears give you the best fuel economy you can. JOSH SADLIER: The other thing I noticed on the way over was when I wanted to hit an opening in traffic, get a quick downshift, it was on point. MARK TAKAHASHI: We are now in the 2017 Honda CRV. JOSH SADLIER: It's 190 horsepower. 190 strong horses. MARK TAKAHASHI: And there really wasn't that much of a power difference between the base engine in this and this engine. But there is fuel economy wise. JOSH SADLIER: Well, that's the thing. The turbo gives you good fuel economy. Plus it gives you the torque down low. It's the kind of driving experience that you would ordinarily have to pay a little extra for. But Honda gives it to you standard on EX on up. Performance. Whack it. Just punch it right now. See what happens. Just do it. MARK TAKAHASHI: That's adequate. JOSH SADLIER: Ah. Maybe it's better. MARK TAKAHASHI: It's not inspiring. It's-- JOSH SADLIER: It's that waiting. (REVVING SOUND) MARK TAKAHASHI: Yeah. JOSH SADLIER: It's just this, eh. MARK TAKAHASHI: And there was absolutely nothing initially. JOSH SADLIER: That's what makes me think I can't own a CVT myself. On my drive over to the studio this morning I had checked over my right shoulder, and I was kind of expecting poor visibility because of that upward kink in the styling back there. Right around the seat pillar it kind of swoops up. But I wasn't offended by the visibility. I looked back. I saw what I needed to see. I saw a lot of glass. MARK TAKAHASHI: I am pretty good with the visibility in this car. This A pillar isn't too thick. And it's kind of placed far enough away so I don't have to look around it at left turns. These mirrors are pretty wide. I get a really good view of three lanes. Rear visibility is also about the same as the Equinox. JOSH SADLIER: This is kind of the elephant in the room with this particular vehicle. As tested price, correct me if I'm wrong mark, is about $40,000. MARK TAKAHASHI: It's right below. Like it's brushing $40,000. That's a deal breaker in this class. At $40,000 you can get a base BMW X3 or Audi Q5. (GROANING) JOSH SADLIER: This CRV we're riding in cost us $31,700 I think, $31,800. For the price this is a pleasantly nice interior. Whereas the Equinox, at an as tested price of about $40,000, not pleasantly nice. MARK TAKAHASHI: This is the premiere trim. This is the top of the line. And we've got this really kind of cheapo hard plastic. And it doesn't match any graining anywhere else. And it kind of has the look of a child's dinosaur toy. We're nitpicking here. But I'm not nitpicking when it comes to the quality of that. JOSH SADLIER: And also I think the price invites us to nitpick. MARK TAKAHASHI: If we're paying $9,000. JOSH SADLIER: If the price were more like the CRV then, more or less. MARK TAKAHASHI: Right. This kind of bright chrome work around the vents. Right now I'm getting five hot spots in my vision. JOSH SADLIER: This is why I'm wearing sunglasses, Mark. I have to apologize to our producer, who prefers that we don't wear sunglasses on video. But I had to put them on because this chrome is like attacking me with reflections. This is the facepalm moment for me with GM products. I keep hoping with each new generation they're just going to tone down the chrome on the interior, because whenever the sun hits it, it goes right into people's eyes. Like why do you want that? MARK TAKAHASHI: Hear that? #Tonedownthecrhome. JOSH SADLIER: Otherwise yeah. I will say the interior design came as a bit of a letdown for me. MARK TAKAHASHI: I'm actually OK with these seats. And they're ventilated. I'm not getting a whole lot of support on the edge of my thighs up here. JOSH SADLIER: The bottom cushion seems a little short. MARK TAKAHASHI: It's well shaped. It's adequately padded. JOSH SADLIER: Yeah. I would say overall I'm pleasantly surprised by the seat comfort. There's some firm support here. I feel some shape in the seat, like it's trying to accommodate me. I appreciate that. I would give the CRV the edge. MARK TAKAHASHI: Now we do not have ventilated seats. These are heated only. Comfort wise I think they're pretty comparable. I'm feeling a little bit of a push on my shoulder blades from the seat, but also not a deal breaker. Overall usability in a CRV is really thoughtful. And that's Honda's thing anyway. I mean, you have the conversation mirror here to keep tabs on the kids. You have these nice cubbies that are well shaped and hold everything in place. JOSH SADLIER: The storage is really impressive I think, the way they do this whole center console. There's all these different levels. And there's this tray that slides. MARK TAKAHASHI: And removes. JOSH SADLIER: Yeah. I really like this. I am amazed right now, I have to say, because I'm 6'1". My driving position is usually close to the back extreme of the seat travel. This is as far back as the driver's seat goes, and I've got, what? Two inches? MARK TAKAHASHI: And you've got some space with your feet too that you can scoot forward a little too. JOSH SADLIER: Tons of space. I don't know why I would need a mid-size crossover. This is a compact crossover. But two six footers can sit here. MARK TAKAHASHI: One thing that I do notice about the CRV front versus backseats is the materials quality is quite a bit less impressive back here. But I think that's actually a smart idea because you don't want your kids messing up the interior. JOSH SADLIER: Yeah. Fair enough. MARK TAKAHASHI: And that makes perfect sense to me. That's easier to clean. It's going to be more durable. Otherwise the amenities are good. We've got two USB ports down there. You're covered. Armrests, pretty decent. About the same size cup holders as the front. JOSH SADLIER: Yep. MARK TAKAHASHI: It's totally fine. JOSH SADLIER: As with the CRV, I put the driver's seat where it would be for my 6'1" driving self. And my knees are a little closer to the seat back. MARK TAKAHASHI: But you still fit. JOSH SADLIER: Than they were in the CRV. I still fit. But it's interesting. I was expecting-- you know, the Equinox has a reputation for having an unusually roomy interior. I was expecting it to win this particular category. MARK TAKAHASHI: OK. JOSH SADLIER: And the CRV for me wins by an inch. MARK TAKAHASHI: I'm getting a lot better thigh support. I don't feel like they're just kind of raised above slightly as they taper off. I still have plenty of leg room for myself. And right now because of the panoramic sun roof, my hair is brushing the headliner. JOSH SADLIER: Yep. My hair too. That's a higher bench below you. And that's also cutting a little bit of headroom. MARK TAKAHASHI: So it's a give and take. JOSH SADLIER: Yep. MARK TAKAHASHI: We do have heated seats back here. JOSH SADLIER: Yep. MARK TAKAHASHI: Eh, it's a little shorter. JOSH SADLIER: A little less armrest here than there was in the CRV. MARK TAKAHASHI: A little bit. [DING DING DING] Oh. So that beep. That was the rear seat reminder, which is a new feature for GM vehicles to help you remember that if you had a kid back here to check the back seats. JOSH SADLIER: Could be useful. I just think if I'm the kind of parent who's not going to forget that my kids in the back, I might want to turn that off. You know what I mean? MARK TAKAHASHI: One of the big concerns with any compact crossover is cargo space. And the CRV has a lot. JOSH SADLIER: Yes. MARK TAKAHASHI: 75.8 cubic feet. JOSH SADLIER: Yeah. Over 75. MARK TAKAHASHI: Which is midsize SUV territory. JOSH SADLIER: Knocking on the door. Yep. MARK TAKAHASHI: We have this kind of deployable floor, which I don't know if it really serves that much of a purpose. JOSH SADLIER: Yeah. I'm not sure what to do with it. But it looks cool, right? MARK TAKAHASHI: It also has these remote releases where you don't even have to reach in and push down or go to the back seat. JOSH SADLIER: That's very convenient. Yep. MARK TAKAHASHI: Very convenient, right? And these big scooped out areas by the wheel wells. How many golf bags do you think we can get in there? JOSH SADLIER: Yeah. I think you get about nine. MARK TAKAHASHI: Equinox. Load floor is flat. It doesn't deploy. But you do have a space for your laptop bag and stuff. JOSH SADLIER: Space underneath. So you can't drop it down like in a CRV, but you can put stuff underneath it. MARK TAKAHASHI: Right. Now, there's not nearly as much space. This wheel well's eating up a lot of real estate. Just like the CRV though, these fold flat. But they fold flat really violently. JOSH SADLIER: Yeah. Let's check it out. MARK TAKAHASHI: Whoa. JOSH SADLIER: Whoa. MARK TAKAHASHI: Right. The whole car kind of bounces. Hopefully junior's not in the backseat. JOSH SADLIER: Yeah. Hopefully not. MARK TAKAHASHI: Cause you just squished him. That's still really a huge space. But what's the capacity? JOSH SADLIER: Yeah. This is about 63, and then the CRV is 75 cubic feet. And that's a 20% difference, which is kind of hard to believe it. But still, 20% difference in the same segment? That's almost unheard of. MARK TAKAHASHI: One thing that's kind of unique that the Equinox has is six USB ports. Two there. Two here. Two in the back. JOSH SADLIER: Wow. MARK TAKAHASHI: Everyone's going to stay charged. JOSH SADLIER: Yeah. everyone and then some. MARK TAKAHASHI: This also has a wireless charging pad. JOSH SADLIER: That's a nice little bin there too. Obviously if you're not charging your phone, it's the perfect place to put it. MARK TAKAHASHI: Right. Apple CarPlay, Android Auto are standard. JOSH SADLIER: Oh wow. MARK TAKAHASHI: And as a GM vehicle, this comes with a WiFi hotspot. JOSH SADLIER: This touchscreen interface strikes me as significantly more aesthetically appealing. It's a little bigger. It looks better. It responds well. I would definitely give the Chevy the edge in terms of the infotainment interface. MARK TAKAHASHI: This is an improvement because they have a volume knob. That screen's a little small. It's got the buttons taking up-- there's a lot of missing real estate here. It's not a good use of space. JOSH SADLIER: It looks huge. It looks almost like a BMW kind of widescreen display. But then there's 2 and 1/2 inches over here that are not being used for the display. MARK TAKAHASHI: Right. There's about a third of that space that's not being used for anything. It does come with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. I do love my Apple CarPlay. The steering wheel controls are fine. I don't like this volume slider here. Inadvertently sometimes I'll brush it and the volume goes up. JOSH SADLIER: Yes. MARK TAKAHASHI: Now, one thing I do think it has an edge over is the way they tuned the safety features. JOSH SADLIER: Yes. MARK TAKAHASHI: This isn't sending up all sorts of false alarms and making you crazy. JOSH SADLIER: The Honda system is not great. MARK TAKAHASHI: And this, I know it's one of your favorite features, the butt vibrator thingy, the safety alert seat. If you're kind of backing into a spot and there's an object on the right that's in the blind spot, it will buzz you on the right side. JOSH SADLIER: It's great. No. It warns you visually. But then you get a little warning in the seat of your pants too. And I got to tell you, Mark, it's not unpleasant. [LAUGHTER] Someone coming from an old CRV is going to feel right at home in this one. MARK TAKAHASHI: So we heard a few beeps there from the blind spot. Honda has a recent reputation for their safety features being a little too overprotective, firing off false alarms. This wasn't a situation. But the frontal collision warning in particular seems to be, hrmph, way too vocal about what's going on. Eventually you just want to turn them off, which defeats the purpose of having them in the first place. JOSH SADLIER: Frankly, that's what I do. MARK TAKAHASHI: So we just spent a lot of time driving both cars. And at least personally for me, it wasn't as close a battle as I thought. I am firmly in CRV camp. Josh, where are you? JOSH SADLIER: I think it's a little closer battle than Mark's letting on. I think the Equinox in particular has an edge on the power train front, 2.0 liter turbo, 250 plus horsepower. Plus the nine speed automatic has a conventional field. CVT on the CRV side might take a little getting used to if you haven't had a CVT before. I'm with the Equinox on that one. MARK TAKAHASHI: How important is performance in the compact SUV class? JOSH SADLIER: I think it depends on the buyer. But ultimately this comparison comes down to price. The Equinox came in about $40,000. That's pushing it. CRV, great value at $32,000. I think if the Equinox cost $32,000 like the CRV, different conversation. But as tested, hard to go with the Chevy fundamentally. MARK TAKAHASHI: I'm totally with you on that one. Let us know what you think. Leave a comment below and head over to Edmunds.com to check out the rest of the competition. [MUSIC PLAYING]
It's no surprise that the compact crossover market is the biggest segment in the U.S. thanks to vehicles such as the fully redesigned 2018 Chevrolet Equinox. As with most Chevrolets, the Equinox is sold in several different trim levels with many option packages. All these available configurations give you a great chance at finding the perfect model at your local Chevy dealer.
Chevrolet offers the 2018 Equinox in four trim levels: L, LS, LT and Premier. The base L is very well-equipped relative to its low price, with standard features including automatic headlights, keyless entry and ignition, a Wi-Fi hotspot, a 7-inch touchscreen and smartphone compatibility via Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. However, this value-rich base trim will be nearly impossible to find on dealer lots because it's special-order only. Dealers will more likely have plenty of LS models, however, which is nearly $2,000 more but adds rear floor mats, a spare tire (instead of a tire inflator kit) and a digital compass, along with an expanded exterior color palette and available all-wheel drive.
The LT is a modestly priced upgrade that adds xenon headlights, tinted glass, a power driver seat and satellite radio. It also opens the door to additional features with two available packages: Sun and Infotainment, and Confidence and Convenience. The Premier models gets a big price bump as it comes standard with both of the previously mentioned packages. It also includes LED headlights, a hands-free liftgate and leather upholstery. If the Premier doesn't already have everything you want, it can be bolstered with the Confidence and Convenience II package and the Sun, Sound and Navigation pack.
Even with the base turbocharged 1.5-liter engine, the Equinox is often pricier than its competitors. It's likely to be considerably more expensive when equipped with either the more powerful 2.0-liter gasoline engine or the fuel-sipping 1.6-liter diesel. Both alternatives are worth considering since the 1.5-liter and its slow-shifting six-speed automatic feel lethargic, especially in hilly areas.
Despite its sluggish base engine, the Equinox is certainly worth a look if you're in the market for a well-rounded compact SUV. There's plenty of cargo space, the central touchscreen interface is intuitive and easy to use, and its spacious cabin allows for 6-foot-plus passengers to sit in the back with room to spare. If features are important to you, the Equinox offers some that are difficult to find in this segment, including ventilated front seats, a heated steering wheel, a panoramic sunroof and a 360-degree parking camera. If you have a compact crossover set squarely in your sights, use Edmunds' peerless shopping tools to build and find the perfect 2018 Chevrolet Equinox for you and your family. 2018 chevrolet equinox first drive
Competition in the compact crossover segment is fierce, so most entries get redesigned every four to six years. The previous Chevrolet Equinox went eight years without a redesign yet remained one of Chevrolet's top-selling models. A host of revamped rivals such as the Ford Escape, Honda CR-V and Mazda CX-5 have put the pressure on, however, so Chevrolet knew that it was time to give the Equinox a shot in the arm. The 2018 Chevrolet Equinox features more refined powertrains, higher-quality interior materials and better smartphone integration among other things, all of which make it more competitive than ever before.
Under the Skin
At first glance, the new Equinox doesn't look much different from its predecessor. The grille and headlights resemble the front fascias of other Chevrolets (especially the Cruze sedan), but the shape of the windows are similar to the previous design. The older Equinox skirted the line between a compact and midsize SUV, but this model is 6 inches shorter in length, which firmly plants it in the compact category. The shrinkage has left critical measurements including cargo volume mostly unaffected, though the storage area is smaller than what you'll find in a Ford Escape or Honda CR-V. Front and rear headroom have been reduced marginally, but we found that a 6-foot passenger will have no problem sitting behind a 6-foot driver.
In addition to its spacious interior, the Equinox also boasts a vastly improved interior design and materials. The new center console is much less button-heavy than before, consisting of a two-tier stack with infotainment controls on top and climate controls below. The standard 7-inch touchscreen is equipped with Bluetooth, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, 4G LTE Wi-Fi and Chevy's intuitive MyLink operating system. An 8-inch screen is offered on upper trims along with a Bose audio system and onboard navigation.
On lower trims, the Equinox features an abundance of textured plastics and seats covered in cloth upholstery. The seats are designed for maximum durability, but they're actually quite comfortable over the long haul. Opting for the Premier adds perforated leather upholstery to the seats and leather surfaces with contrasting stitching to the dashboard and doors.
Everything Is Turbocharged
In the interest of maximum fuel efficiency, the 2018 Equinox only uses turbocharged four-cylinder engines. The range starts with a 1.5-liter gas engine that's matched with a six-speed automatic transmission. It's rated to produce 170 horsepower and 203 pound-feet of torque. EPA-estimated fuel economy stands at 28 mpg combined with front-wheel drive and 26 mpg combined when equipped with optional all-wheel drive. These estimates are 1-2 mpg better than those of base engines in competing vehicles.
If that's not enough power for you, there are two alternatives. One is a 1.6-liter diesel engine that serves up 137 hp and 240 lb-ft of torque. Chevy says it'll earn 40 mpg on the highway on front-wheel-drive models. For those who crave even more performance, a 2.0-liter gas engine is optional. It's mated to a nine-speed automatic transmission that puts out a healthy 252 hp and 260 lb-ft. Only the base engine will be available at first, but the diesel and the more powerful 2.0-liter gas engine will be added to the lineup in the summer of 2017.
What's It Like to Drive?
Our initial test drive occurred in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, which did not play to the Equinox's strengths. The seats don't provide much lateral support, so you'll find the side bolster suddenly sticking into the middle of your back if you take a turn with too much gusto. The tires squealed on turns taken within the speed limit, though the steering proved to be predictable. The elevation changes highlighted the lack of power on tap from the 1.5-liter engine and the reluctance of the six-speed automatic to downshift. It's safe to say the more powerful 2.0-liter and torque-rich diesel will offer vastly better driving experiences. When not in the tight curves of the mountains, the Equinox impressed with a quiet, comfortable ride that shrugged off bumpy pavement with aplomb.
Which Trims Will Be Offered?
There will be four levels of trim available with the standard 1.5-liter engine. The base L version (MSRP $24,475) includes 17-inch wheels, heated mirrors, keyless entry and ignition, full power accessories, a rearview camera and the 7-inch touchscreen with all its tech gadgetry. However, this trim is a special order; you won't find it on a dealer lot. You will, however, find the LS ($26,405) at the local dealership, which adds rear floor mats, a spare tire, a digital compass and a wider range of exterior colors. Next up is the LT ($27,645), which equips the Equinox with xenon headlights, tinted rear glass, a power-adjustable driver seat, remote levers for folding the rear seat and satellite radio. It also opens the door to additional equipment packages. Lastly, the top-level Premier ($31,685) adds 18-inch wheels, LED headlights, a power liftgate, heated front seats, leather upholstery, the 8-inch touchscreen, blind-spot monitoring and more. Additional available features include navigation, ventilated front seats, heated rear seats, a panoramic sunroof and a 360-degree parking camera.
How Does It Stack Up Against the Competition?
In order to compete in this class, the Equinox needs to deliver a roomy cabin, plenty of cargo space, fuel-efficient engines and, above all else, an affordable window sticker. For the most part, the Equinox delivers. Four adults fit comfortably with a middle jump seat appropriate for occasional use. The cargo area isn't the largest in the segment, and neither is the engine the most fuel-efficient. However, both are close enough to segment leaders to keep the Equinox in the running.
Pricing is the Equinox's weak point. While the Equinox technically starts at $24,475, dealers will likely stock the LS, which puts it at the $26,405 mark. A similarly priced Honda CR-V EX also includes a 1.5-liter turbocharged engine (though its continuously variable automatic transmission's quick responses make it feel much faster than the Equinox) and it comes with features such as automatic emergency braking, adaptive cruise control and a sunroof. The base Mazda CX-5 is less expensive than the Equinox, and a Ford Escape at the same price is better equipped.
Given the competence (and overall lower price tags) of its rivals, the Equinox has a challenging road ahead. But its agreeable ride, fuel-sipping engine lineup and vastly upgraded interior certainly keep it in the game.
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What options are available on the 2018 Chevrolet Equinox?
Available Chevrolet Equinox 2018 Submodel Types: SUV, Diesel
Available Trims: LT, LS, LTZ, Premier, LT1, LT2, Sport, L
Exterior Colors: Silver Ice Metallic, Summit White, Black, Tungsten Metallic, Nightfall Gray Metallic, Black Granite Metallic, Orange Burst Metallic, Champagne Silver Metallic, Mosaic Black Metallic, Blue Velvet Metallic, Atlantis Blue Metallic, Storm Blue Metallic, Ashen Gray Metallic, Mocha Steel Metallic, Silver Topaz Metallic, Crystal Red Tintcoat, Iridescent Pearl Tricoat, Cajun Red Tintcoat, Cyber Gray Metallic, Sandy Ridge Metallic, White Diamond Tricoat, Gold Mist Metallic, Cardinal Red Metallic, Pepperdust Metallic, Twilight Blue Metallic, Satin Steel Metallic, Siren Red Tintcoat, Deep Ruby Metallic, Dark Silver Metallic, Navy Blue Metallic, Patriot Blue Metallic, Ivy Metallic, Sandstone Metallic, Silverstone Metallic, Steel Green Metallic, Crystal Red Metallic Tintcoat, Granite Gray Metallic, Salsa Red Metallic, Sea Grass Metallic, Graystone Metallic, Laser Blue Metallic, Galaxy Silver Metallic, Bermuda Green Metallic, Golden Teal Metallic, Black Amethyst Metallic, Meander Green Metallic
Interior Colors: Jet Black premium cloth, Medium Ash Gray premium cloth, Jet Black leather, Jet Black cloth, Light Titanium/Jet Black premium cloth, Light Titanium/Jet Black cloth, Light Titanium/Jet Black leather, Brownstone/Jet Black leather, Light Gray, Medium Ash Gray leather, Light Gray leather, Dark Gray premium cloth, Jet Black/Brandy leather, Dark Gray cloth, Jet Black/Light Titanium cloth, Jet Black/Cinnamon cloth, Saddle Up/Jet Black leather, Jet Black/Light Titanium leather, Ebony leather, Jet Black/Light Titanium premium cloth, Light Cashmere, Light Cashmere cloth, Light Cashmere leather, Jet Black/Brownstone leather, Ebony cloth, Light Cashmere premium cloth, Light Gray cloth, Light Gray premium cloth
Popular Features: Alarm, Fold Flat Rear Seats, Rear Bench Seats, Audio and cruise controls on steering wheel, Aux Audio Inputs, Stability Control, Post-collision safety system, Tire Pressure Warning, Trip Computer, Bluetooth, USB Inputs, Power Driver Seat, Back-up camera, Remote Start, Mobile Internet, 3500lb Towing Capacity, AWD/4WD, Heated seats, Auto Climate Control, Power Liftgate/Trunk, Apple Carplay/Android Auto, Keyless Entry/Start, Sunroof/Moonroof, Leather Seats, Parking sensors, Upgraded Headlights, Blind Spot Monitoring, Multi-Zone Climate Control, Navigation, Lane Departure Warning, Upgraded Engine, Upgraded Stereo, Towing Hitch, 360-degree camera, Cooled Seats, Pre-collision safety system, Rear Entertainment System