What's in store:
The 2019 Equinox remains in healthy supply at dealers nationwide. This year's tweaks include an updated infotainment interface and an available high-definition rear camera. The 3LT trim receives a $1,200 price cut because the Driver Confidence Package is no longer standard.
The mid-range LT is easiest to find and generally carries the best pricing. The base LS isn't quite so common and already carries a lower price, so don't expect as much room for dealing. The entry-level L model isn't likely to be discounted at all and is excluded from most factory incentives.
The carryover 2020 Equinox continues arriving at dealers and now carries healthy factory incentives. The diesel model has been pruned from the lineup.
Current offers are available on a national basis and will expire October 31, 2019 unless otherwise noted.
Ways to save big:
The 2019 Equinox comes with a $2,750 factory rebate this month. On top of that, everyone gets discounted GM Supplier Pricing on 2019s. That brings your potential savings to $4,850 on the top-shelf premiere, for example.
Surprisingly, GM Supplier Pricing is also available on the 2020 Equinox, along with a $2,500 cash rebate. You can save up to 44,225 with these promotions.
Look into a lease:
The initial lease offer on the 2020 Equinox LT is $239 for 39 months (10,000 miles a year) with $2,939 due at signing.
The effective monthly cost is $314, a very good value for this price class. The offer on the same 2019 Equinox model is virtually identical, so go with a 2020 model if you decide to lease.
0% + cash:
Instead of the other offers, you can now get 0% financing for 60 months on the 2019 Equinox. The deal comes with $750 bonus cash.
The same rate is available on the 2020 Equinox, along with $500 bonus cash.