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If you’re in the market for a brand new SUV in Detroit, then it’s hard to find two stronger contenders than the Chevy Equinox vs. Kia Sorento. But when crunching the numbers, we found that the Chevy Equinox specs were miles ahead of the competition. Why should Clarkston and Waterford drivers choose the Equinox? Take a look at our SUV comparison to find out!
The Chevy Equinox specs are stronger in both power and efficiency. For example, the Equinox has a standard 1.5L turbo 4-cylinder engine that produces 205 lb-ft of torque – which is 25 lbs-ft more torque than the 178 lb-ft of the Sorento’s standard 2.4L DOHC 4-cylinder engine. Plus, the Sorento’s standard 4-cylinder achieves up to 22 city/29 hwy mileage. These numbers can’t compare to the standard Equinox, which generates up to a whopping 28 city/39 hwy mileage. Think of how much money you’ll save on annual fueling expenses with the Chevy Equinox specs!
No SUV comparison is complete without an overview of the two warranties, and there’s quite a difference between the Chevy Equinox vs. Kia Sorento. For example, Chevy offers a 6-year corrosion warranty that lasts a full year longer than Kia’s 5-year warranty. Chevy also provides a unique 2-year or 24,000-mile scheduled maintenance plan that covers services like oil changes and lubrication. Kia does not. Overall, the Chevy warranty plan gives drivers the extra peace of mind that they need when making a new car purchase.