Fair enough!Ok kippis, how about a little ranking and likes and dislikes of your vehicles. This may help people that are making a purchase decision.
My 2010 Equinox has terrible gas mileage-but it still looks great.Welcome to the largest forum on the web dedicated to the all new Chevy Equinox! Please take a moment to introduce yourself.
Can you add any details such as engine size and what the MPG is calculating as? If you really can see the needle moving it sounds like the fuel is getting pumped out somewhere when under pressure.My 2010 Equinox has terrible gas mileage-but it still looks great.
I can actually see the gas needle going down as I drive for any duration.
Any options to correct ?
I have two-tone black/gray interior and it looks fantastic with the silver paint. The adaptive cruise is great too.two-tone black/tan interior (nice), and adaptive cruise control
I have Bridgestone Alenza's, which I've never owned before. My Malibu had Continental True Contact Eco tires and they lasted almost 70,000 miles.OEM tires aren't Goodyear, but Hankook instead. I've never owned them before
I had the same 1.5T in my Malibu and I was initially concerned about long-term durability as well. However, the Malibu ran great for 120,000 miles and wasn't showing any signs of major wear. I didn't see an increase in oil consumption at the 120K mark, so the piston rings held up anyway. I never had any turbo problems either. I also have the same 6-speed transmission again, which was reliable in the Malibu. I followed the severe service schedule and changed the fluid every 45K. I will do it more often in the Equinox.My main concerns are the durability of the high-strung turbo four, and especially a complicated 9-speed automatic.
I've only had mine for a week. The only minor complaint I have is the horsepower. The Equinox is bigger and heavier, so it's not as peppy as my Malibu. My vehicle is a highway commuter, so that's definitely not a deal breaker.In three weeks we've only put about 500 miles on the car, no issues found so far