Find the 2011 Chevy Equinox Owners Manual below. The 2011 Chevrolet Equinox is just the right vehicle for comfy rides in all the terrains.
The 2011 Chevy Equinox Manual is a refreshed and improved version as compared to the earlier ones. It is sportier and almost calls out the buyers enchanting, “Pick me.” It is a scaled-down version of Chevy Traverse. The Chevy lineage can be traced by observing the familiar grille. Equinox is a tiny packet with a big bang and not just metaphorically. It looks smaller because of shorter rear windows. Buyers can finally catch a break from the blocky designs at the back of preceding Chevy cars as Equinox has a rounded tail around the end.
The cabin of the 2011 Chevy Equinox Owners Manual is extraordinarily eye-catching with new shapes and the control panel at the center. The engine is a very responsive 3.0 liter V-6 four-cylinder engine with a 264-horsepower trump card. It is more potent than the previous Equinox and has scored a 32-mpg EPA highway rating. It is economical and goes unnoticed with no annoying noises at an average speed. The noise cancellation system is top-notch. The six-speed automatic transmission is also available. The electric power steering is also umpteen times better and smoother. Yet it is a little prone to stay on center by a substantial weight resisting the movement. The brakes are excellent assuring safety.
The driver’s seat gives a good outside view, and all the other seats are also supportive and satisfactory. In LTZ models, there is a double toned leather that is enthralling and cross-stitched. One need not worry about the knee room with 2011 Chevy Equinox Manual. The glass and triple seals on doors dampen the noise.
2011 Chevrolet Equinox Features & Reviews
It is a great highway vehicle in all the senses possible for a family drive. There are six airbags. The four-wheel disc brakes are also for full-proof safety. It has scored a five-star rating in the NHTSA test and top scores in the IIHS test as well. It is the Top Safety Pick and stellar Crash Test Course rating. The standard set of features includes air conditioning, cruise control and MP3 player.
Putting in a few bucks can equip 2011 Chevrolet Equinox with a navigation system, rear-seat entertainment system, remote start, leather seating, Bluetooth, heated seating, rearview camera and heated seats. The LT is equipped with 17-inch aluminum wheels, anti-theft, remote starting and a free one year OnStar service. The engine provides 22 mpg for the city streets and 32 for the highway. The fuel economy is a 16/22 with the four-wheel drive and 17/24 with only front-wheel drive. The parking is a breeze. The car is overall dependable.
The downsides include a stray trim piece that is plasticky, and the base cloth is a little too hard. The rear vision is not satisfactory. The rear-seat headrests cannot be folded down for enhanced vision. The sound system deteriorates at high volume. The single-level feedback system is doing what it is supposed to do with elegance. The interiors are designed well, and the seats are comfortable. There certainly are some downsides to it, but the Chevy performs very decently and is undoubtedly a competitor in this price range.