DETROIT – Greg Stahl, president of Bob Johnson Chevrolet in Rochester, N.Y., has a pleasant problem. He cannot keep the Equinox compact SUV in stock. While this could be true for any hot new car or truck, the Equinox is in its fifth year of production.
Additional production of Chevrolet Equinox to begin in second half of 2012 $61 million investment and 685 jobs for flexible operation $183 million for future midsize vehicles and 1,196 jobs SPRING HILL, Tenn. – General Motors will invest $61 million to bring its idled Spring Hill assembly plant back to life as one of the […]
In March this year Virgin Atlantic Airways announced that it would be using the Chevrolet Equinox electric vehicle as its “complimentary ground transfer for upper class passengers” for planes landing at Los Angeles Airport (LAX). This month, U.S Department of Energy announced that it will also be taking delivery of the Equinox. The DOE becomes […]