Here At Shepherd’s Chevrolet in North Manchester, Indiana, we have taken customer service to the next level by providing you with more information to compare vehicles, so you know you are making the best decision. Here we have the 2021 Chevrolet Equinox starting at only $23,800. We are going to point out some key features that make this the perfect SUV for you!
Starting with a more luxurious interior, the Equinox begins setting itself apart. With more fuel capacity than the Escape, you will be making fewer stops when traveling! While you are out and about, listen to your favorite music with an easy connection to Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and even Amazon Alexa. Coming STANDARD in all 2021 Equinox models is Chevy Safety Assist. Chevy Safety Assist is six advanced safety measures containing collision alert, emergency braking, pedestrian alerts, lane alerts, distance indicator, and auto high beam.
The Equinox is genuinely for everyone of all tastes! Are you looking for a classy, head-turning SUV? Check out the Midnight Edition. Maybe you are going for a more sporty look? I would suggest you check out the Sport Edition. Come in today for a test drive at Shepherd’s Chevrolet in North Manchester, Indiana, where we’ll always treat you like family.
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