Kagu Floor Liners for Chevy Equinox
Floor liners for the 2018-2020 Chevy Equinox are the same for all models of the vehicle. Here are the floor liners that are guaranteed to fit the specific vehicle application.
Note, that when one mat (for 1st or 2nd row) becomes unavailable, it becomes impossible to place an order for a set of mats. When this happens, you can order the available mats separately and wait for the missing set to become available.
Alternatively, you can wait for the set to appear in stock. Refer to the chart below to check on fitment, part numbers, and availability of the floor liners for your vehicle.
Kagu Floor liners for 2018-2020 Chevy Equinox: Fitment
|1st row||black||L1CH08511509||CHECK PRICE|
|2nd row||black||L1CH08521509||CHECK PRICE|
|1st and 2nd row||black||L1CH08501509||CHECK PRICE|
|Cargo Liner (2-piece)||black||M1CH0851309||CHECK PRICE|
Chevy Equinox: Facts & Specifications
- Chevrolet Equinox was first introduced in 2004, while the first model year was 2005. The concept was originally unveiled at the Detroit Auto Show.
- Originally, the Chevy Equinox was developed as a mid-size crossover, while for the model year of 2017 and up, it was redesigned to a compact crossover SUV.
- In 2006, the Chevy Equinox was updated the first time. The vehicle gained GM badges on the doors and its dash panel was recolored from gray to black.
- As of 2008, the Equinox became available with a 3.6 L V6 engine.
- In 2009, the Chevrolet Equinox was unavailable for purchase in the Mexican dealerships.
- For the 2008 and 2009 model years, the Equinox was offered in a sportier version (the trim level Sport). The vehicle came equipped with a 3.6 L V6 engine mated to a 6-speed automatic transmission (it featured the ‘Manual Tap Up/Down’ shifting feature). The power output is 264 hp, which is 40% more powerful, than the base version.
- The 2nd generation of the Equinox was introduced in 2010 and lasted up to 2017. Earlier 2010 models still featured GM badges on the doors, though later on these badges were removed.
- After 2011, GM stopped production of the Equinox for the Mexican market.
- In 2013, GM added a brand-new direct-injected 3.6 L V6 engine to the Equinox powertrain. It was available for the LTZ and LT trim levels. The power output of the engine equaled to 301 hp, while the torque was 22% higher than the previous 3.0 L V6 engine.
- For 2014, the vehicle gained all-new chrome-plated wheels, that became standard for the LTZ trim level. Besides, the color lineup got 2 brand new colors.
- In 2015, the Equinox got serious multimedia and entertainment upgrades, such as 4G LTE, a built-in Wi-Fi hotspot and certain other features, that were standard for the LTZ and 2LT trim levels. Navigation was offered as a standard option for the LTZ and 2LT models.
- In 2016, the vehicle got serious changes in terms of the mid-cycle refresh. So, the Equinox gained refreshed exterior, along with the new grille, reworked front fascia, and redesigned headlights. The taillights were new as well. The interior was updated as well, so the vehicle got an all-new gear selector, one more storage shelf in the glovebox, and the door lock buttons were removed from the dash for a cleaner look.
- As of 2017, the Equinox is available in its third generation. The first model year for the 3rd-gen Equinox is 2018.
- In 2017, the Equinox became available with a new diesel-powered engine (it is a 1.6L turbocharged diesel L4). This LH4 engine is available for the model years 2018 – 2020.
- In 2020, the Equinox showed the newer version of the Equinox with a refreshed front fascia and sportier exterior. It is the 2022 refresh.