18.8 galgal

The Chevrolet Equinox is currently rated **#5 out of 12** in terms of its Fuel Tank Capacity in its category, beaten by the 2017 Hyundai Tucson for Compact SUV Cars.

It's a **good** car overall compared to others in the same category when looking at it strictly for its Fuel Tank Capacity and beats more than half of its competition along the way.

- This car costs $700 less than the 2019 model.
- This car's has 45 more horsepower than the 2019 model.
- This car's city mpg is 7 less and its highway mpg is 8 less than the 2019 model.

The Equinox costs $1,810.00 less than the RAV4. From comparing their attributes, our survey rated it is winning in a head to head match up.

The Equinox costs $650.00 less than the Escape. You have a chance to be the first to compare the two against each other.

The Equinox costs $720.00 less than the Rogue. You have a chance to be the first to compare the two against each other.

The Equinox costs $505.00 more than the Forester. You have a chance to be the first to compare the two against each other.

The Equinox costs $100.00 less than the Sportage. You have a chance to be the first to compare the two against each other.

The Equinox costs $970.00 less than the Terrain. You have a chance to be the first to compare the two against each other.

The Equinox costs $400.00 more than the Tucson. You have a chance to be the first to compare the two against each other.

The Equinox costs $945.00 less than the CX-5. You have a chance to be the first to compare the two against each other.

The Equinox costs $945.00 less than the CR-V. You have a chance to be the first to compare the two against each other.

The Equinox costs $1,405.00 more than the Crosstrek. You have a chance to be the first to compare the two against each other.

The Equinox costs $5,060.00 more than the Patriot. You have a chance to be the first to compare the two against each other.