• Chevy launched extra particulars on the 2024 Equinox EV.
  • Pricing ranges from $34,995 to $52,395, however you will have to attend longer for the cheaper fashions.
  • Claimed vary is as much as 319 miles, in contrast with Chevy’s earlier estimate of 300 miles.

Order books are about to open for the 2024 Chevrolet Equinox EV, and meaning we now have extra data on costs, specs, and trim ranges for the brand new electrical compact SUV. Two completely different 2RS launch variations will arrive first, beginning at $48,995, and the bottom mannequin will start reaching dealerships later with a decrease beginning worth of $34,995. Chevy additionally upped its vary estimate for the longest-range variant to 319 miles.

The launch variations of the Equinox will begin at $48,995 for the 210-hp front-wheel-drive 2RS model and $52,395 for the 290-hp all-wheel-drive 2RS model. These fashions will come normal with gear together with a 17.7-inch touchscreen, an influence tailgate, heated entrance seats, and 21-inch wheels. Chevy additionally beforehand confirmed 3LT and 3RS trims that recommend there could be much more costly fashions out there afterward.

2024 chevrolet equinox ev

The 1LT base mannequin additionally will not arrive till later, however it carries a much more enticing beginning worth: $34,995. That is absolutely for the FWD mannequin, and we do not but know the way a lot additional the dual-motor AWD setup will value. Just one battery pack shall be out there throughout the board, and we anticipate completely different vary estimates relying on trim degree, with the 319 mile estimate representing the longest-range variant.

Chevy says dealerships will begin taking orders for the launch fashions beginning in early November. We do not but have particular timing on when Equinox EVs will begin reaching prospects. It is doable the cheaper variations will not arrive till the 2025 mannequin yr, however Chevy does say that deliveries of all the vary will begin within the 2024 calendar yr.

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Regardless of being raised on a gentle weight loss plan of base-model Hondas and Toyotas—or maybe due to it—Joey Capparella nonetheless cultivated an obsession for the automotive trade all through his childhood in Nashville, Tennessee. He discovered a solution to write about automobiles for the varsity newspaper throughout his faculty years at Rice College, which ultimately led him to maneuver to Ann Arbor, Michigan, for his first skilled auto-writing gig at Car Journal. He has been a part of the Automobile and Driver workforce since 2016 and now lives in New York Metropolis.  



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