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Holden Equinox

The Holden Equinox is the brand's medium SUV, which will be discontinued upon Holden's exit from the market.

The Holden Equinox  was introduced to Australia, while being known in the US as the Chevrolet Equinox, after some Australian development.

Its range start in the low-$30,000s for the entry-level Holden Equinox LT, and head towards the mid-$40,000s for the top LTZ-V model.

Rivals to the Holden Equinox include the Mazda CX-5, Toyota RAV4, and Hyundai Tucson.

What is a Holden Equinox?

The Holden Equinox is a mid-size SUV, known as the Chevrolet Equinox in America, though the Holden model has undergone local development to suit Australian conditions.

Where is the Holden Equinox built?

The Holden Equinox is built in a plant in San Luis Potosi, Mexico, while GM also has a plant in Ontario, Canada, that produces the SUV.

Is the Holden Equinox a 7-seater?

The Holden Equinox  is a five-seat SUV, though Holden offered the Arcadia as a 7-seat model.