In 2018, the newest player in the hotly-contested medium SUV segment will be the fully-imported Holden Equinox. Paul Maric sampled a pre-production version to see how it stacks up.
Holden’s push to create a bustling product range by 2020 continues with the all-new Holden Equinox, which goes on sale locally later this year as a replacement for the ageing Captiva.
As with a raft of Holden’s latest products, a great deal of engineering work has been undertaken locally to ensure this new crop of vehicles rides, handles and performs the way a Holden should.
While the Captiva will remain on sale alongside the five-seat Equinox until early next year when the bigger seven-seat Acadia arrives, the Equinox will burst on to the scene with three engines and a stack of technology and safety features.
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