After test driving many a SUV I am very pleased with the Treverse. The passenger space is plentiful and the trunk space when the third row is up is still adequate. Love the fact the third row is a three seater so you can fit 8 people in the car with comfort. The drive is very smooth and the noise lever is minimal. So far after a month of driving I am still loving it as much as the day I got it.
Because it rides nice and smooth
We have had our car for 4 months and have had to already put $1,000 into it for repairs. The a/c condenser in the rear air went out a week before vacation. While on vacation the transmission started acting up and shifting hard. Also, the right front strut is going to need to be replaced. We sold my 4runner so that we could buy a newer vehicle with less mileage to avoid having problems that an older vehicle has. This car barely had over 50k and all of these problems already. I would expect it with an older car, but not this new. Disappointed to say the least.
The Chevrolet Traverse is a spacious, family-friendly SUV with room for up to eight passengers. The three-row crossover has a vast interior space, well-controlled ride, and a sturdy frame. Additionally, the Chevy Traverse should be powerful enough to handle occasional towing needs.
The Chevrolet Traverse was introduced in 2009 as a three-row crossover SUV and has since become a best-seller for Chevy. It satisfies a niche between the minivan and more truck-based SUVs. The Traverse received a refresh in 2013; changes were cosmetic in nature.
The Chevrolet Traverse is powered by a 3.6L V6 engine and is built with either front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive. With a six-speed automatic, the acceleration is solid and able to stand occasional towing needs. Chevy Traverses typically come fully equipped with features consumers have come to expect, such as navigation systems and Bluetooth connectivity.
The Chevrolet Traverse's performance and fuel efficiency are comparable to other crossover SUVs. Turning is sharp and responsive, though handling is not as engaging as other vehicles in its class, such as the Buick Enclave, Saturn Outlook, or GMC Acadia. Interior comfort was clearly prioritized with high-quality upholstery and a steady, controlled ride.
The Chevrolet Traverse is powered by a 3.6L V6 engine and is built with either front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive. With a six-speed automatic, the acceleration is solid and able to stand occasional towing needs. Chevy Traverses typically come fully equipped with features consumers have come to expect, such as navigational systems and Bluetooth connectivity.