CARS.COM — With its bulky window pillars and yuge head restraints, the old Chevrolet Equinox landed a last-place finish in our comparison for over-the-shoulder visibility among small SUVs. GM redesigned the Equinox for 2018 with a new chassis that trimmed nearly 5 inches’ length and some 400 pounds’ curb weight, but smaller doesn’t always mean easier to see out of (see: Nissan Juke). Does the new Equinox improve on its predecessor’s sightlines?
In short, yes. But not as much as it could have. First off, check out the old Equinox’s blind spot.