Yes, looks like it has like 23 miles on it? Need to be careful though... nice discount NTL. When the GM exec's get a vehicle, after a while GM sells them via gm.com with all the warranties etc. Might be worth a look if you wanna save some $$$?
If we're talking about the Equinox shown in the link it has 1062 miles on it.
I have driven Honda sedans forever but when it was time to upgrade to a compact SUV, the CR-V's widespread oil dilution problem turned me off which made me look outside Honda. I have looked at many makes but there was always something that did not work for either my wife or myself. My search finally led me to look at the GMC Terrain, and I was very impressed by how practical it is! To me it seems like the perfect family vehicle. I am still researching and haven't pulled the trigger yet.
Wow that is impressive! I have been eyeing a loaded 2019 Terrain Denali AWD with an MSRP of just over $45k. The dealer's advertised price is around $37k. How much lower do you think I can get them to nudge the price down?
Maybe it's different in Canada, I see Equinox (an other GM) ads constantly up here. I do watch a lot of US TV (mostly Detroit stations) so don't recall if I am seeing US or Canadian ads.
FYI, on the radio (Canadian) I am hearing lots of ads that Costco is now teaming up with GM for discounts to Costco members, much like Ford has for years. I haven't checked into it but may be of some value?
"But this is not a car for enthusiasts. Driving the Equinox is fine, but bland, not engaging. Not as much fun as a Honda CR-V and nowhere near a Mazda CX-5, but that’s fine since it’s not what Chevrolet intended. This is for straight-up consumers, folks who look at cars like they do dishwashers"
What is the definition of fun to drive ?...
because the author found
a Honda CRV with 180 HP + 1.5T + larger turning radius than the 2.0 T with 252 HP more fun to drive.
2018 equinox 1.6l Diesel LT, Hecho en Mexico, julio 2017