2020 Chevy Equinox: One of Consumer Reports’ Top 5 Quietest Compact SUVs

2020 Chevrolet Equinox | Woburn, MA

A quiet interior cabin makes for calm driving, easy conversation, and peaceful time to yourself. Chevrolet understands the importance of building cars you want to spend your time in. Their commitment was validated when Consumer Reports named the 2020 Chevy Equinox as one of the 5 Quietest Compact SUVs.

Advanced Technology

The 2020 Chevy Equinox is a compact crossover SUV which you should look for if you want to keep outside noises out. Upon naming the Equinox as one of 5 Quietest Compact SUVs, Consumer Reports said the vehicle has a “subdued engine hum, and there’s little road and wind noise. We found that the ride absorbed bumps and pavement imperfections quite well.”

The 2020 Equinox is equipped with Active Noise Cancellation technology, which works to block out engine noise and sounds from the road so you can pay full attention to conversation, music, and the road ahead.

Comfort For Everyone

A quiet and peaceful cabin doesn’t mean much if its passengers aren’t comfortable. Consumer Reports also described the 2020 Equinox as “one of the roomiest compact SUVs available.” The Equinox seats five and an eight-way power driver seat offers configurable support while heated driver and front passenger seats keep you warm in the quiet Chevy SUV.

 

Experience the noise-muting ride quality of the 2020 Equinox when you take one for a whirl here at Lannan Chevrolet of Woburn.

2020 Chevrolet Bolt EV Boasts 259-Mile Driving Range

2020 Bolt EV

Thanks to an improved battery, the 2020 Chevrolet Bolt EV can travel farther than ever on a single charge. Outpacing the 2019 model by 21 miles, the 2020 Bolt now boasts a driving range of 259 miles.

According to Chevrolet, the extra range comes from chemical changes made to the vehicle’s lithium-ion battery pack. This improved the Bolt’s range performance by 8 percent but didn’t change the size or weight of the battery assembly. The 200-horsepower electric motor is unchanged.

With these increased range numbers, the Bolt pulls just ahead of its competitors in the compact EV category. The Hyundai Kona Electric has been rated by the EPA at 258 miles per charge. The Kia Soul EV offers a 243-mile range, the Tesla Model 3 Standard Plus can travel 240 miles, and the Kia Niro EV gets 239 miles per charge.

Helping Bolt drivers get even more out of the vehicle’s boosted range, Chevrolet offers an Energy Assist feature through the myChevrolet smartphone app and Apple CarPlay® or Android Auto™ . This tool tracks charging stations, helps with trip and route planning, and issues alerts with range estimates.

The 2020 Chevrolet Bolt is expected to arrive at dealerships soon, and when it does, you can stop in at Lannan Chevrolet of Woburn for a test drive.

Top Features of the myChevrolet Mobile App

The myChevrolet mobile app helps you connect with your Chevy vehicle like never before. From remote commands, vehicle management assistance, and resources to assistance with road trip planning and driving habit monitoring, the myChevrolet mobile app offers technological conveniences to modern road warriors.

To download this versatile app, use your compatible Apple or Android device and go to Google Play or the App Store. Have your OnStar Owner Center credentials on hand to complete set up.

Remote Commands allow you to secure your vehicle by locking the doors remotely. Unlocking is a remote command, too, along with firing up or stopping your car’s engine. If properly equipped, you can utilize the app to blare the horn. You won’t misplace your car ever again, as the app can pinpoint it on a map. The Vehicle Locate tab of the Remote Commands allows boundary warnings.

You’ll know how well or not well your Chevy is performing when you access the app’s Vehicle Management section. Curious about recalls? Need to schedule a maintenance check? Unsure how to operate some of your car’s features? All these questions and more are easily answered with the app. The app even allows you a remote update on your vehicle’s important stats, such as tire pressure, oil quality, and how much fuel you have left.

Road trip planning or just simple navigation details for day-to-day is easily accessed in the app’s Owner Resources section. The section also monitors your driving habits, and good driving behaviors could earn you money-saving rewards on your car insurance.

To learn more about the myChevrolet mobile app, stop in for a visit here at Lannan Chevrolet of Woburn.

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