Compact crossover SUVs come in every shape and size. Two of the most popular SUVs currently for sale are the 2020 Chevy Equinox and the 2020 Ford Escape. While you can find the latest Equinox at DePaula Chevy, you'll first need to decide which of the two is right for you. Here is a complete 2020 Chevy Equinox vs 2020 Ford Escape rundown, comparing the specs, performance, and everything else you should know before buying a new vehicle.
When comparing the 2020 Chevy Equinox with the 2020 Ford Escape, you'll begin at the price point. The entry-level Chevy Equinox has an initial MSRP of $23,800 for the "L" trim with front-wheel drive. The top-tier trim is the Premier with front-wheel drive option that has an entry MSRP of $31,400.
As for the 2020 Ford Escape, the initial MSRP for the "S," which is the base trim, comes in at $24,885, or about a full $1,000 more than the Chevy. The top-tier trim is the Titanium, which has an initial MSRP of $33,400, which again is $2,000 more than the 2020 Chevy Equinox Premier model.
Both the Equinox and the Escape are fierce contenders with many similar features and attributes. What your choice ultimately comes down to is value. With the Chevy Equinox, you get more starting safety features and a lower price point, starting with the base model and going all the way to the top.