The Equinox is Holden's long-awaited rival for the Mazda CX-5 and about 10 other hot-selling medium SUVs. The company has a hard road ahead of it, but there's not much wrong with the product.Read the full review
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Holden has just launched a diesel derivative of its Equinox mid-sized SUV. It's refined and frugal on fuel, but also $3000 more expensive than the class-leading turbo-petrol offering, and produces less torque than most rivals.
The Equinox is Holden’s crucial new mid-sized SUV. We find out how it stacks up in its most expensive form – the flagship LTZ-V variant.
The Equinox is Holden's long-awaited rival for the Mazda CX-5 and about 10 other hot-selling medium SUVs. The company has a hard road ahead of it, but there's not much wrong with the product.
Ever heard of the saying “hard act to follow”? Well, succeeding the Holden Captiva, the incoming 2018 Chevrolet Equinox will have little to worry about. When it arrives later this year wearing a Holden badge, the five-seat Equinox will be sold alongside the ageing Captiva until early 2018 – talk about chalk and cheese...
In 2018, the newest player in the hotly-contested medium SUV segment will be the fully-imported Holden Equinox. Paul Maric sampled a pre-production version to see how it stacks up.