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LED Power:45 Watt EACH 3W/PC 7×5 headlights. 15Pcsx3W High intensity Epistar. Operating Volt:10-30Volt DC. Light output about 3200 lumen. Color temperature:6000K-6500K. Operation temperature -40°C~60°C

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Waterproof rate:IP67. Beam: High/Low beam in one
Material: Diecast aluminum housing. LENS: PC Lens. Housing color: Black. About 30000 hours life time. Product size: 198x140x69mm

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2020 Chevy Equinox’s headlight tech nabs it a Top Safety Pick award

For 2020, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has given the nod to the 2020 Chevrolet Equinox. The compact crossover is now a Top Safety Pick after new testing results took high-beam assist tech into account for the crossover’s headlights. The revamped scores, published last week, pushed the Equinox into award territory.

Strangely enough, the range-topping model isn’t the one that earns the accolade for the vehicle, but actually the volume-selling LT trim. More on that in a moment.

The 2020 Equinox 7×5 headlights passed the IIHS’ crash tests with flying colors, earning Good ratings in all six areas. It also scored a Superior rating for its standard crash avoidance technology. Forward collision alert is present and automatic emergency braking avoided a collision at 12 mph. In the 25 mph test, the Equinox still struck the dummy vehicle, but it reduced the speed by 22 mph — almost avoiding a crash altogether.

Up until now, the 2020 Equinox was in for a Top Safety Pick Plus with its scores, but even with improved headlights, the standard Top Safety Pick was all it could muster. The insurance industry-funded safety body gave the best-performing headlights an Acceptable rating to bestow the award.

As mentioned, the LT trim is home to the best headlights offered on the Equinox, per IIHS testing. Yes, it bests the range-topping Premier trim’s Marginal-rated LED headlights with HID projectors instead. While both headlights with the low beams flicked on never exceeded glare limits, the Premier model’s LED headlights did not provide sufficient illumination on curved roads. On the contrary, the LT’s HID projector headlights were “fair” on right curved, but inadequate in other curves.

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The less L and LS trims also earned a Marginal rating with their standard halogen projectors.

Buyers will be looking at a $28,695 crossover SUV, after a $1,195 destination charge and before options, when checking out an Equinox LT with the Acceptable-rated headlights. That’s far cheaper than the Premier model, which starts at $32,595 before other options.

2022 Chevrolet Equinox Shows Off Acura-Like Headlights

The Chevrolet Equinox 7×5 headlights compact crossover enters the 2022 model year with refreshed styling and a new RS trim. Although subtle, the Equinox’s changes include revised front and rear styling that add a dose of maturity upscale flair to the model’s already handsome sheet metal.

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Credit the more upright-appearing front fascia and reworked grille, which includes a center bar that extends into the Equinox’s standard bejeweled LED headlights that seemingly were yanked off a current Acura. New taillights contribute to a cleaner look out back. Capping off the cosmetic updates? A new RS trim, which, as in other Chevys, equates to a styling package with more aggressive looks.

It includes black-painted badges and wheels, a gloss-black grille, and a black interior with red contrast stitching. The RS does not include any additional performance, but then again, it doesn’t on most other Chevys. And remember, the Equinox is a compact crossover—should you be looking for anything delivering capital-P performance, Chevrolet will gladly sell you a Camaro or a Corvette.

Like the current Equinox, the 2022 model once again employs a standard 1.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine or an available 2.0-liter turbocharged unit. The former pairs with a six-speed automatic transmission, while the latter mates to a nine-speed auto gearbox. Expect the engines’ 170- and 252-horsepower ratings to carry over, and for both powerplants to send those horses to either just the front wheels or to all four wheels by way of an available all-wheel-drive system.

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