Been looking for 4 cylinder 2010 Chevy Equinox here in Northern California
and I can't find any. A few dealers over 200 miles away have 1 or 2 6
cylinder top of the line cars at about $30k but nothing else Local dealer in
Chico CA has no info on availability. I checked all Chevy dealers in
Northern California on the web no luck. Anyone know what's going on?
I just went to a dealer and he said that no 4 cylinder versions are
available. He also said that all of the dealers (in this area) were shipped
a few of these and they were all similarly equipped i.e. about $30k.
Just had a similar conversation with my dealer in Aurora, OH. He said
they're all sold by the time they get them, BUT THEY ARE getting the 4
cylinder version (which incidentally is the model claiming 32 mpg, front
wheel drive, which is a DRASTIC improvement over the 20 mpg we get on our 07
AWD Equinox) and he's expecting one this week that I'm welcome to test drive
and view, although it is already sold.
He also said they are selling at full sticker, so don't be in a hurry. That
will settle into reality within 3 months is my guess.
My local Buick- Pontiac dealer is naked of new cars, only used and some
"program" cars. I went to the Buick web page and tried to search on the 4
nearest dealers. Nothing comes up.
Can't sell what you don't have. I suspect the dealers will be gone shortly,
or just become used car dealers.
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