The 2020 Chevrolet Equinox Was Named a Top Safety Pick

2020 Chevrolet Equinox Premier | Shippensburg, PA

The 2020 Chevrolet Equinox is an excellent choice for families wanting a peppy vehicle for their daily drives. The SUV has a number of advanced technologies, including safety systems, which helped it earn its recognition as a 2019 Top Safety Pick from the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety.


To achieve this prestigious status, a vehicle has to perform well in different IIHS tests. The IIHS gave the Equinox a superior rating for its vehicle-to-vehicle front crash prevention system, as well as an advanced rating for its pedestrian front crash prevention. In each of the crashworthiness tests, the SUV also received a good rating.


For 2020, the Equinox comes standard with Automatic Emergency Braking, the Following Distance Indicator, Forward Collision Alert, the Rear Vision Camera, IntelliBeam headlamps and Front Pedestrian Braking.


For added security, you can also opt for available safety features in the Equinox, such as Adaptive Cruise Control – Camera, Rear Park Assist, Rear Cross Traffic Alert and Lane Change Alert with Side Blind Zone Alert.


Along with its impressive safety equipment, the Equinox gives you the option of a 1.5-liter Turbo engine and a 2.0-liter Turbo engine to power the SUV and handle the road. The more powerful 2.0-liter Turbo engine lets you tow up to 3,500 pounds when properly equipped.


The 2020 Chevrolet Equinox has all you need to have peace of mind on drives. Check out its other features when you take a test drive at H&H Chevrolet.

Will the Chevrolet Cavalier Return?

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We’ve witnessed the revival of several iconic Chevrolet nameplates, like the Blazer and TrailBlazer — and based on a recent patent filed by Chevrolet, we may be seeing another triumphant return.

 

Back in March, the automaker reserved the rights to use the Cavalier name on “motor land vehicles, namely automobiles, sport utility vehicles, trucks, vans, engines therefor and structural parts thereof.”

 

During its run from 1982-2005, the Cavalier was available as a four-door sedan, two-door coupe, two-door convertible, and even a five-door station wagon. While most of these body styles aren’t a big hit with consumers nowadays, it’s possible that the Cavalier could replace the outgoing Chevrolet Cruze — or return as a hatchback, crossover, or SUV.

 

In the U.S., Chevrolet hasn’t used the Cavalier nameplate since 2005. However, the Cavalier still enjoys a strong presence around the globe — it’s currently sold in China, while in Mexico, the Cavalier recently replaced the Chevrolet Sonic.

 

Although General Motors denies rumors that it plans to reintroduce the Cavalier to the U.S. market, it wouldn’t be shocking to see this signature sedan make a comeback.

 

Want to find the perfect Chevrolet for your lifestyle? Come to H&H Chevrolet, and we’ll help you get behind the wheel of your dream machine.

Rumors About New Chevy TrailBlazer In The Works As Small Crossover

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Motor Trend has released a report that Chevrolet is working on a small crossover addition to its lineup—and that it may bear the TrailBlazer name. According to the sources, the new Chevy TrailBlazer will fit between the subcompact crossover Trax and the compact SUV Equinox.

Coming News

Chevrolet has yet to release any information about whether the new TrailBlazer is anything more than a rumor, but allegedly, when asked about the possibility, Chevy marketing director Steve Majoros implied there was truth to it and said to wait for news over the next few months.

Probability

Chevy is of the opinion at you “can’t have too many” crossover and SUV options, given the immense popularity of utility vehicles right now and the demand for crossovers that fit easily on city streets. So whether or not it will carry the TrailBlazer name, a compact crossover between the Trax and Equinox is probably inevitable.

Spy Shots

Motor Trend has theorized that spy shots of unreleased Chevy vehicles, previously thought to be the 2020 Trax, could, in fact, be the possible TrailBlazer—especially since the Trax and TrailBlazer would be so close in size that they would be hard to distinguish from each other while camouflaged. The Trax is set to debut a new generation for the upcoming model year, though, so the mystery crossover could easily be the 2020 Trax too.

If you can’t wait for a new TrailBlazer to find an SUV for your personal fleet, contact us at H&H Chevrolet to learn more about what is available now.