EPA-Estimated Fuel Economy
Crossover SUVs are more popular than ever in Camp Lejeune. With sporty style and fun-to-drive convenience, take a look at the 2020 Chevy Equinox vs. the 2020 Ford Escape. Read through our comparison below to see how the Chevy Equinox outpaces the competition.
The compact SUVs come with similar price tags for the features. However, you’ll be saving money across the board with the Chevy Equinox.
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The 2020 Chevy Equinox base trim comes with a 1.5L Turbo 4-cylinder engine with a six-speed automatic transmission that generates 170 hp and 203 lb-ft of torque. The EPA-estimated fuel economy is 26 mpg city/31 mpg highway. The Ford Escape also features a 1.5L 4-cylinder engine with a six-speed automatic transmission. It generates slightly more horsepower at 180 hp, but significantly less torque at 177 lb-ft. While the EPA-estimated fuel economy for highway driving isn’t currently available, it also averages 26 mpg on city streets. Ford also offers a 2.0L engine, and a hybrid option.
Take a look inside and see how the Chevy Equinox compares to the Ford Escape. Here are some of the Equinox’s comfort and technology features:
Here’s a sample of the Ford Escape’s interior features:
Check out our entire inventory of the new Chevy Equinox from your home in Sneads Ferry. Not only does the Equinox best much of the competition, but it also offers plenty of trims, ensuring there’s a perfect Equinox for every kind of driver. When you’re ready to test drive, are looking to understand the difference between used and CPO, or want to learn what TPMS means, contact us and we’ll help you compare for yourself. Not sure if you want an SUV or a pickup? Our comparison of the Chevy Silverado vs. Chevy Colorado may help you decide. Interested other SUVs? Compare the Equinox vs. CR-V as well.