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Autoblog answers all your questions about the 2018 Chevy Equinox
Ford's second-most popular vehicle by sales has failed a critical crash safety test, earning the worst safety rating of seven small SUVs tested by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety for front passenger-side crash protection.
The 2018 Chevy Equinox fitted with the company's 1.6-liter EcoTec turbodiesel has its charms, for sure.
That's with the front-wheel-drive model.
But it's also one of the most efficient crossovers around.
It's got the grunt, but it's a bit middling.
Chevy adds a sporty new trim.
A Chevrolet version of the GMC Acadia would fit there perfectly.
Have General Motors' hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles emitted enough water vapor over the past six-plus years to equal the steam coming out of Old Faithful? Not exactly, but GM has released a few figures related to the Project Driveway initiative it began in 2007. The numbers are impressive, if not quite of the geyser-spouting variety.
Here's some news regarding the safety of General Motors vehicles that will actually reassure some car owners instead of frightening them.
General Motors says one of its hydrogen fuel cell Chevrolet Equinox crossovers has driven enough miles to offset more than $18,000 worth of gasoline. Of course, fuel-cell vehicles cost quite a bit more than that to build and hydrogen fuel ain't free, but we'll go along with this. Specifically, GM is commemorating the fact that one of the fuel cell vehicles in its test fleet surpassed 100,000 miles, which the automaker estimates would've otherwise used 5,260 gallons of gas. At $3.50 a pop, that's