2024 Chevrolet Equinox EV confirmed at $30,000 for 250-mile base model

2024 Chevrolet Equinox EV confirmed at $30,000 for 250-mile base model


2024 Chevrolet Equinox EV confirmed at $30,000 for 250-mile base model

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29 thoughts on “2024 Chevrolet Equinox EV confirmed at $30,000 for 250-mile base model

  1. 250-300 miles of range. 150kW charging. 70 miles of range added in 10 minutes. 11.2 kW onboard charger (19.2 kW in top trim).

    These are the specs most anticipated.

    And $30K base before any credits/incentives.

    We’re 18 months away from any “normal” models reaching customer driveways

  2. Hopefully the driving experience exceeds the current Equinox. I’ve had several Equinoxes as rentals and it’s shocking how far behind the materials, driver inputs, steering “feel”, etc. is behind even other Chevys.

  3. I worry that this base model will be alot like the Ford f150 lightning pro. An amazing price that makes headlines, is given to all the youtubers to promote and create hype but are all impossible to find. Seems to good to be true.

  4. Looks great imo both outside and inside. Nothing too crazy but I love the look of this having the smaller version of Silverado EV face and all.

    Plus it seems to have some physical buttons on the steering wheel and the climate control, which are far more preferable than the slab of an ipad in the middle to me.

  5. I’ve never been a Chevy fan, not because of that Ford v Chevy BS. Just mostly not my type of cars and didn’t think reliability was there. But all the news about their EVs is making me think twice. And I’ll likely include them in my next vehicle search, may it be many years away.

  6. Curious to know why Chevy is going with 4-5 trims for the Blazer and Equinox EVs. Why not introduce 2-3 to start and expand? Isn’t there an impact on production and turn around times for manufacturing with the multiple selections once they ramp up? Especially with everything in short supply.

    Is it just for them to maximize profits (ie produce more high trims and less low trims) and confuse the customer?

  7. I’m very interested in trading my 2021 Kona EV for an Equinox EV, if the pricing of the higher trim models is not outrageous, and I can get good trade in value for the Kona. I’m not sure how much I’ll like the finances, but only time will tell.

    Anybody hear anything about the reservation process? We’re still pretty far from the full line of these actually being available.

  8. I like the talk. Will they guarantee these prices and can they actually make the cars in any numbers? So many cars are in such shortage that they are almost more vaporware than anything else. How relevant is a 2024 car that might not be delivered until December 2024?

  9. I just don’t see how they can make that possible. It’s a year from now and they aren’t masters of delivering EVs at scale. They could prove me wrong. At this moment I don’t see them reaching that price point.

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