Chevy has now filled in the blanks in its previously disclosed price structure by revealing the complete pricing for the 2024 Equinox EV portfolio. The 1LT’s starting price of $34,995 is still set, which is excellent news. However, the model won’t be available in showrooms until later in the year. The base-model 2024 Equinox EV, the 2LT FWD, is priced at $43,295 upon launch, directly competing with the Tesla Model Y, which just received a temporary price change in the form of an unexpected rebate.
It is unclear if the base 1LT will be a 2024 or a 2025 when it goes on sale later this year. GM claims to have a range of 319 miles, which is 19 miles longer than expected. GM had previously promised to release the 2RS with front-wheel drive for $48,995 and the 2RS with all-wheel drive for $52,395. The 2LT and 3LT versions, which are pictured above, were the only variants still to be released. Complete pricing is as follows:
1LT FWD starting at $34,995
2LT FWD starting at $43,295
2RS FWD starting at $44,795
3LT FWD starting at $45,295
3RS FWD starting at $46,795
The full $7,500 IRA tax credit is available for all Equinox EVs in 2024; these credits can now be claimed at the time of purchase, therefore the savings are applied to the MSRPs mentioned above. An eligible consumer purchasing a 2LT FWD would pay an MSRP of $35,795 (GM’s own words).
GM is refocusing on pricing and positioning for the Equinox EV’s all-wheel-drive variants, which were certified at 285 miles of total range — just 34 less than the 2WD rating — now that the two-wheel-drive choice has been expanded.