2025 Chevy Equinox Production Start Date Postponed

The fourth generation of the crossover is introduced with the 2025 Chevy Equinox, which has a redesigned exterior, bigger screens inside, a tonne of safety features, and the tough Activ trim. GM Authority has discovered that the 2025 Equinox’s start of regular production (SORP) is now scheduled to happen a few months later than previously anticipated.

The GM San Luis Potosí facility is set to commence production of the fourth-generation Equinox on June 17th, 2024. Compared to initial estimates, which stated that the 2025 Equinox will start to roll off the line on May 18, 2024, that is nearly exactly two months later. For context, the 2024 Equinox was completed late in the previous year.

The Equinox has a brand-new exterior with Chevy truck-inspired appearance. This includes an aggressively styled front fascia with redesigned headlights and The Bow Tie brand’s trademark two-tier “highbrow” headlight treatment, which is akin to that of the Chevy Traverse and Chevy Blazer. There are now two exhaust outlets and horizontal taillights on the back fascia.

In the meanwhile, the 2025 Chevy Equinox Activ receives blacked-out badging, an exclusive front fascia, all-terrain tyres, and an optional white roof with a two-tone body finish, among other features that distinguish it from the other models in the Equinox series.

The 2025 Chevy Equinox’s interior features a new 11.3-inch diagonal infotainment screen, which is 30% larger than the largest infotainment screen available on the outgoing third-generation model, as well as an 11-inch diagonal driver information centre. A number of useful features are included as standard with Chevy Safety Assist, which includes Lane Keep Assist with Lane Departure Warning, Automatic Emergency Braking, Forward Collision Alert, and Front Pedestrian and Bicyclist Braking.

Remind that the 1.5L I4 LSD gasoline engine, which is turbocharged, powers the 2025 Chevy Equinox. For front-wheel drive variants, this engine is mated to a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT), while the eight-speed GM automatic comes standard for all-wheel drive vehicles. In FWD models, the boosted four-cylinder engine is rated at 175 horsepower and 184 pound-feet of torque; in AWD units, the same figures are reported. Similar to its predecessor, GM’s D2 platform serves as its foundation.

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