In order to make the list, the small SUVs had to receive high ratings from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety and high crash test scores from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The vehicles also had to offer some standard driver-assist technologies.
2021 GMC Terrain
The 2021 GMC Terrain received “Good” ratings in the six IIHS crashworthiness tests and a “Superior” rating for its vehicle-to-vehicle front crash prevention system. The SUV also earned a five-star overall safety rating from the NHTSA. In addition to its standard Automatic Forward Emergency Braking, the 2021 Terrain also offers a number of available driver-assist technology that helps drivers stay safe on the road, such as blind spot monitoring, rear cross traffic alert, and lane change alert.
2021 Chevrolet Equinox
Similar to the 2021 Terrain, the 2021 Chevy Equinox also received a five-star safety rating from the NHTSA. On top of its “Good” IIHS crashworthiness test ratings, the small SUV also earned the Top Safety Pick rating with its available headlights. U.S. News & World Report writers also highlighted the Equinox’s comfortable interior that features a user-friendly infotainment system.
If you want to learn more about these two small SUVs and take them for a test drive, contact the team at Don Hall SuperCenter.
Wish it was easier to load and unload your truck’s bed? Chevrolet will be adding a feature to the 2022 Silverado HD that you’re going to love: the Multi-Flex Tailgate.
If you’re always stacking lumber and bags of concrete in the back of your truck here in Ashland, Kentucky, the Multi-Flex Tailgate will make that task much easier. How? By providing easier access to the back of the truck and more versatile accommodation of long items.
Here’s how it works: The Multi-Flex Tailgate can be configured six different ways on the Silverado HD thanks to an innovative inner flap inside the tailgate that’s on a separate hinge. Flip it open and down to use it as a step into the bed, swing it out to add an extra foot of storage for long items, or lift it up and out to have a makeshift desk for mobile office work.
If you’re worried about straining the inner tailgate, you won’t have to worry. It can handle up to 375 pounds of weight stacked on it — it’s just as heavy-duty as the rest of the truck! The Multi-Flex Tailgate debuted on the Silverado 1500 for the 2021 model year, so it’s not a surprise that the Chevy Silverado HD is receiving it for 2022. It’s a great tool for your work on the farm, ranch, or build site here in Ashland — and one more reason to buy a 2022 Silverado HD from Don Hall SuperCenter.
Locally owned and operated, Don Hall SuperCenter has been serving drivers in Ashland, Kentucky for over 75 years. Dedicated to helping our community find affordable, dependable automotive solutions for decades, our dealership is proud to announce the Don Hall SuperCenter blog.
We’ve launched this new blog site as a resource for car shoppers in Boyd County and in the Ohio River region. Whether you want to learn about the newest Chevrolet Silverado truck coming to Don Hall SuperCenter or want to keep your family’s Buick Envision running smoothly with proper maintenance, you’ll find it here.
We’ll also post about the latest GM news so you can stay informed about what excited changes are in store for Chevrolet, Buick, and GMC.
Conveniently located on Greenup Avenue/US-23 in sight of the Ohio-Kentucky border, Don Hall SuperCenter has the largest selection of new and used vehicles in the area. And our staff are all experts on General Motors models, as our sales and service personnel are GM trained and certified. With the largest service facility and parts inventory in the area, our dealership should be your destination for all of your automotive needs.