Chevrolet has officially announced the starting price of the Equinox EV on its website. The 1LT trim starts at $34,995, offering a range of up to 319 miles.
The vehicle features a single-motor, front-wheel drive configuration, 19-inch wheels, a 17.7-inch Diagonal Display Touch Screen, an 11.5 kW onboard charger, and Standard Chevy Safety Assist. It is expected to be available in 2024.
While the starting price is slightly higher than GM’s previous estimate of “around $30,000,” it remains a reasonably priced electric vehicle, especially considering the potential eligibility for the $7,500 federal tax credit for EVs. After factoring in this credit, the Equinox EV 1LT could effectively cost around $27,495.
In addition to the 1LT trim, there are other trims available, including the 2LT FWD, 2RS FWD, 3LT FWD, and 3RS FWD. Prices range from $43,295 for the 2LT to $46,795 for the 3RS.
The top-tier Equinox EV 3RS offers various premium features such as 21-inch black wheels, a heated flat-bottom steering wheel, ventilated front seats, and Super Cruise. Chevrolet’s pricing for the Equinox EV places it competitively in the electric vehicle market.
If GM delivers as promised, the Equinox EV could pose a challenge to popular models like the Tesla Model Y, Hyundai IONIQ 5, Nissan Ariya, and Volkswagen ID.4. For any news tips or inquiries, please feel free to reach out to us.