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Based on a Chevrolet wearing the same badge, the Holden Equinox was a large-ish midsize SUV that aimed to compete with the Mazda CX-5 and Toyota RAV4. It offered a gutsy turbo two-litre engine, but failed to capture Australian buyers’ imaginations.
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