Heyward Allen Toyota Reviews RAV4 vs. Chevy Equinox

October 13th, 2017 by

Looking for the right SUV? How does the new RAV4 compare to the Chevy Equinox, which got a makeover this year? Let’s take a closer look.

Utility
If you want spaciousness, keep in mind that the new RAV4 hs a 38.4-cu.ft. hold while the Equinox has only 29 cu.ft. You can haul a lot more with nearly 10 cubes of additional space in the RAV4. The difference continues when you fold the seats: RAV4 has 73.4 cu.ft. vs. Equinox with 68 cubes. You can investigate the RAV4’s utility features when you visit Heyward Allen Toyota dealer Athens GA.

Crash Safety
The best way to avoid a crash is never to have one. That’s why the RAV4 has a lane assist feature to straighten up the crossover if it goes over the lane lines. The RAV4 has an autobrake to stop the crossover if traffic is stopping. While the Equinox offers these features, shoppers will have to pay for the expensive Premier trim and then pay more to get a low-speed autobrake and lane assist.

Driver Assistance
Adaptive cruise control is standard on the RAV4. Drivers will enjoy sharing the stress of the drive with a system that knows when to slow and when it can go. High beams are regulated by the crossover’s system, relieving the driver of a common task at night. Chevy limits these features to extra-cost packages on the top-tier Equinox Premier.

Get on board the RAV4 with a visit to Heyward Allen Toyota dealer Athens GA. We’ve got the selection, fair pricing, and financing that will help you drive away happy. Start the loan process online.

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