Just wondering which trim level is the most popular.
No, navigation is a standalone feature on SLT-1 and 2... same as the RSE.RSchleder said:Choose the SLT1. In my particular case, I was not interested in the sun roof, memory passenger seat, and the Nav system. ( I'm not sure if Nav is standard on the SLT2, regardless, didn't want that option)
You can get all those options with the 2LT as well. They just come standard with the LTZ. I was debating this as well. The Dealer talked me out of the LTZ....The only things you cant get in a 2LT are Halogen Headlamps, Memory Seats, 19'' chrome clad wheels and tires. None of those were a big deal to me.georgi55 said:Went with LTZ; this was my first new car ever (after s/o's in July) and when we got hers, I really regretted not getting the higher end model with all the extra features for $3000 more. I did not want to feel the same way with the equinox so I went all out and got LTZ with sunroof and 18 in wheels. Debated about Nav but $2000 extra was too much. I also considered 2LT with Nav instead which would have made cost about the same but I figured I preferred to have the extra LTZ features like memory seat, parking assist, leather, power liftgate and chrome package ratther than not having those and having Nav.
No you can't get memory seat, parking assist, or projector style headlights on LT2, you have to get the LTZ. For me those options were pretty important and I wanted leather. By the time I added leather, liftgate, chrome, and cargo package to LT2, the price difference was $115 savings compared to LTZ and I still would not have gotten those 3 options.coreyp said:You can get all those options with the 2LT as well. They just come standard with the LTZ. I was debating this as well. The Dealer talked me out of the LTZ....The only things you cant get in a 2LT are Halogen Headlamps, Memory Seats, 19'' chrome clad wheels and tires. None of those were a big deal to me.
mmarges said:What dumb, dumb buys the 2LT and upgrades the individual features, like leather seats, power liftgate, chrome package, ect...ect...By the time you pay for a few of these extra accessories the price pretty much comes out the same anyway...only you've been shorted the memory seats, projector lights and a few other goodies.
Now the only thing that would exclude you from being dumb, dumb is if you actually prefered fabric over leather. You can't get fabric seats on the LTZ. I prefer leather but feel your pain....GM should offer fabric on the LTZ's. But I also understand GM's point of view that they don't want to "Cheapen" the LTZ trim level
Well I dont know what good it is to call people dumb for their choices, but some people only want half to 3/4 of the options that come with the LTZ. In my case, I could care less about the chrome package, lighting, headlamps, memory seats, and back up assist. (My backup assist is the camera system, isn't that really all you need?) It may have only saved me a couple hundred bucks, but I guess that was my choice.
FYI not the case for US - 2010 Equinox LTZ still came with cargo convinience package.mmarges said:Also the cargo convenience package used to be an option on all trim levels (around $400 CDN), for 2011 on the LTZ you now get the roof rack rails, cargo net and cargo security shade.