Used 2013 Chevrolet Equinox SUV Crossover Pros & Cons

Pros & Cons of the 2013 Chevrolet Equinox SUV Crossover

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 Pros Choice of two engines, with one being a pretty powerful V6.

 Pros Impressive fuel-economy.

 Pros Expected to score well in crash and braking tests.

 Pros Attractive exterior stylish will appeal to a variety of drivers.

 Pros Improved materials in cabin.

 Pros Choice of three wheel sizes.

 Pros V6 offers respectable towing capabilities.

 Pros Rear seat offers an abundance of leg and head room.

 Pros Ton of cargo space behind rear seat.

 Pros Dash has an elegant swooping design. OnStar lets you feel secure wherever you happen to be.

 Pros Thoughtful safety features.

 Pros Affordable pricing.

 Pros Plenty of technology features available.

 Cons The small engine has minimal towing power.

 Cons Even though the V6 is peppy, some consumers will prefer a V8 engine, which is not available.

 Cons Lacking in overall cargo space with rear seat down.

 Cons Controls on dash are way too cluttered, forcing you to take your eyes off the road to find them.

 Cons Steering is uncommunicative, so you feel disconnected from the road.

 Cons Rear seat entertainment is not available, which will deter consumers with children.

 Cons Surprisingly large turning circle makes it more challenging to park and difficult to maneuver in tight spaces.