2018 Holden Equinox LTZ-V review


From the $44,290 LTZ AWD (and $39,990 LTZ FWD), it adopts 19-inch alloy wheels, Bose audio, LED lamps front and rear, heated front and rear seats, digital radio, wireless charging, hands-free tailgate, semi-automatic parking, roof rails and leather-appointed seats.

The badge’s extra V adds a dual-pane panoramic roof, heated leather steering wheel, electric adjustment for the front passenger seat (as well as driver’s), and ventilation for the front pews.

There’s also a stack of active safety technology, even if all available from the $32,990 LS+ trim grade upwards. Features include the Holden Eye camera incorporating autonomous emergency braking, lane keep assist, lane departure warning and forward collision alert, blind spot monitoring, rear cross traffic alert, auto high-beam assist, and a Safety Alert driver’s seat that vibrates if a hazard is detected.

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