Chevy released more details on the 2024 Equinox EV.
Pricing ranges from $34,995 to $52,395, but you'll have to wait longer for the cheaper models.
Claimed range is up to 319 miles, compared with Chevy's previous estimate of 300 miles.
Order books are about to open for the 2024 Chevrolet Equinox EV, and that means we now have more information on prices, specs, and trim levels for the new electric compact SUV. Two different launch versions will arrive first, starting at $48,995, and the base model will begin reaching dealerships later with a lower starting price of $34,995. Chevy also upped its range estimate for the longest-range variant to 319 miles, from the previous claim of 300 miles.
The launch versions of the Equinox will start at $48,995 for the 210-hp front-wheel-drive version and $52,395 for the 290-hp all-wheel-drive version. Chevy hasn't detailed exactly what equipment will be included in this initial run of vehicles, but previously showed 3LT and 3RS trims which we think are indicative of these higher-trim versions.
The 1LT base model won't arrive until later, but it carries a far more attractive starting price: $34,995. That's surely for the FWD model, and we don't yet know how much extra the dual-motor AWD setup will cost. Only one battery pack will be available across the board, and we expect different range estimates depending on trim level, with the 319 mile estimate representing the longest-range variant.
Chevy says dealerships will start taking orders for the launch models starting in early November. We don't yet have specific timing on when Equinox EVs will start reaching customers. It's possible the cheaper versions won't arrive until the 2025 model year, but Chevy does say that deliveries of the entire range will start in the 2024 calendar year.
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