Chevrolet Equinox vs Ford Edge

Chevy Equinox vs. Ford Edge
Chevy Equinox
Ford Edge
At a Glance: Equinox vs. Edge

When you consider the next SUV for your family in Greensburg, Murrysville, and North Huntingdon, PA, either the 2022 Chevy Equinox or 2022 Ford Edge could be a great choice. Each one offers plenty of technology and safety to keep all passengers protected and entertained on any long trip.

To better distinguish some of their differences, we at Delaney Chevrolet of Greensburg looked closely at both models in this Chevy Equinox vs. Ford Edge comparison. Keep reading to learn more, and contact our team if you have any questions.



5 | 5
Equinox vs Edge
EPA-Estimated MPG Rating


26 cty | 21 cty
Equinox vs Edge
Number of Camera Options


3 | 1
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Which is the Right SUV for You?
Select a category below to learn more about how the Chevy Equinox compares to the Ford Edge.
Chevy Equinox

On both the Chevy Equinox and Ford Edge, you’ll find standard compatibility with both Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™. These apps will allow you to use your phone in more dynamic ways within your vehicle, such as making hands-free phone calls, accessing maps for directions to a new place, or finding the playlists that you’ve created.

Keep your world within reach.

When you’re ready to set up those playlists, you’ll be able to listen to them through a 6-speaker sound system that’s found on both models. Since you’ll need your phone to stay charged to keep playing those songs, both vehicles also offer an available wireless charger.

The Chevy Equinox, however, stands alone in its offering of standard Teen Driver technology. This innovative feature will provide some added assurance that your teen drivers are carefully handling the vehicle when driving alone or with friends. You will be able to set different limits on speed and audio volume, and get an in-vehicle report card to ensure that these rules are followed.

Unfortunately, the Ford Edge does not offer this type of technology.

Chevy Equinox

Going along with that Teen Driver tech, it’s important to look at safety overall on these two models. Both the Equinox and Edge feature some great standard safety features, but you’ll also notice a few differences in their individual systems.

Safety comes first.

On the Edge, you’ll find the following standard features:

  • BLIS® (Blind Spot Information System) with Cross-Traffic Alert
  • Lane-Keeping System
  • Pre-Collision Assist with Automatic Emergency Braking
  • Rear View Camera

The Equinox, on the other hand, has the following:

  • Automatic Emergency Braking
  • Forward Collision Alert
  • Front Pedestrian Braking
  • Following Distance Indicator
  • Lane Keep Assist with Lane Departure Warning
  • IntelliBeam®

Despite their similarities, the Chevy Equinox makes more features standard than the Ford Edge. Although the Edge makes its Blind Spot Information System standard, the Equinox can still be equipped with this feature via an upgrade.

Speaking of upgrades, the Equinox and Edge both come standard with a Rear Vision Camera. However, the Equinox offers two available upgrades—either an HD Rear Vision Camera or an HD Surround Vision one—while the Edge only has one available rear camera upgrade.

Fuel Economy
Chevy Equinox

With a larger vehicle like an SUV, you may wonder just how efficiently it will use fuel. Busy lifestyles and trips back and forth to school and practice mean you may want something that lessens stops at the pump.

Get up and go just about anywhere.

Luckily, the Chevy Equinox can deliver. Its front-wheel drive models have the potential to travel up to an EPA-estimated 26 city/31 highway MPG. If you choose an all-wheel drive (AWD) engine, you will still be able to go an EPA-estimated 25 city/30 highway MPG.

The Ford Edge’s fuel economy produces slightly lower numbers, with its base engine offering up to an EPA-estimated 21 city/28 highway MPG on trims with AWD. With that being said, the Equinox’s greater gas mileage will keep you away from the pump for longer.

2022 Chevy Equinox vs. Ford Edge: Your Choice
Chevy Equinox

The Chevy Equinox really impresses with its safety, fuel economy, and technology—especially the Teen Driver feature, which is sure to appeal to all families in Greensburg, Murrysville, and North Huntingdon, PA. Given those features, we think this SUV is the better choice over the Ford Edge.

If you would like to take the Chevy Equinox for a test drive, you can contact us at Delaney Chevrolet of Greensburg today.

All of the tools you need to move forward with experiencing a new 2022 Equinox for yourself are conveniently available right here online.