2021 Chevrolet Equinox Prices and Deals
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The carryover 2021 Equinox remains in good supply across the country. 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.
For 2022, the Equinox will receive a pandemic-delayed refresh originally scheduled for this year. The L model is going away, so the base MSRP will increase by $2,000. Other trims will see price cuts up to $700.
Current offers are available on a national basis and will expire June 30, 2021 unless otherwise noted. It's possible Chevy will offer July Fourth deals with extra savings ahead of the holiday. This page is updated monthly, so check back for the latest deal info.
Lease: From $199 for 39 months
For the second month, current lessees of any brand can lease a 2021 Equinox in popular LT trim from $199 for 39 months (10,000 miles a year) with $2,249 due at signing.
The effective monthly cost works out to $257, an exceptional value for this price class. If you're not currently in a lease, your total cost may be higher, but you can still expect very good value.
Rebates: 10% off MSRP for all buyers
Chevy now offers 10% off the MSRP of 2021 Equinox models to all buyers. This promotion translates into solid savings for this model. The discount on the line-topping Equinox Premier, for example, works out to $3,244.
Finance: From 0% APR for 72 months
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