Dacia Bigster vs Chevrolet Equinox: Comparing Size, Price, and Potential U.S. Market Impact

Published Categorized as Cars No Comments on Dacia Bigster vs Chevrolet Equinox: Comparing Size, Price, and Potential U.S. Market Impact
Dacia Bigster vs Chevrolet Equinox
Dacia Bigster vs Chevrolet Equinox

Dacia is shaking up the compact SUV scene with the Bigster, a new offering expected to hit showrooms in 2025.

Borrowing the CMF-B platform from Renault, the Bigster promises affordability, a stark contrast to pricier American options.

While specifics are still emerging, the Bigster will be roughly the size of a Toyota RAV4, landing it in the C-segment (compact) in Europe, though potentially considered midsize elsewhere.

Unlike its American competitors, which often carry starting prices around $30,000, Dacia stays true to its reputation for value. Looking at the U.S. market, the Chevrolet Equinox might be the closest match.

Dacia Bigster vs Chevrolet Equinox
Dacia Bigster vs Chevrolet Equinox (Kolesa)

With a starting MSRP of $26,600, the current Equinox aligns with Bigster’s expected dimensions and focus on affordability.

Aiming to be the most affordable option in the crowded C-segment SUV class, the Dacia Bigster is gearing up for a European launch later this year.

Taking design cues from its well-received sibling, the Duster, the Bigster boasts a rugged and youthful aesthetic that might resonate with American car buyers as well.

While a U.S. release is improbable for now, recent shots and a detailed rendering by Kolesa give us a look at what the production Bigster might look like.

Published
Subscribe
Notify of
guest
0 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments