I wish i had the money to see how much it would cost to just fill up the entire car full of groceries. I could have my house stocked for years…or like an extreme coupon lady and have water bottles till I was 50.
Either way, this darn thing has a heck of space!
I could have seriously kept shopping if it wasn’t for my cart breaking.
So how is the Equinox so far? I rode in my own car for the 1st time today and it felt like it wasn’t mine anymore. I don’t miss it at all. The Chevy is surprisingly great on gas, but low on
balls (cough). It doesn’t have the “get em guns” I would think would be under the hood. That’s my only downfall. I just look at the Equinox and expect it to haul a boat or trailer, but I almost feel it screams at me to go over 65. However to be good on gas, i suppose it can only have so much under there right?
Other than that, I can say that I feel as if I am riding in luxury. I love the remote start and auto headlights. I did program my cell phone into the Bluetooth hands free feature, and that is complete fun to use. The back seat gives plenty of space for the girls to stop kicking my seat every five minutes, and I believe every mom would be thankful of that alone. Plus, to top it all off, the heated seats make me want to have an excuse to get up every morning at 5am just to warm my tushie in peace.
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