Used 2010 Chevrolet Traverse LS for Sale
Reviews for 2010 Chevrolet Traverse
We have had our Traverse for about two months now and absolutely love it. It is a big car inside but it drives like a much smaller car. It has good power and the six speed transmission is really smooth. I am a big person and I like not having to stoop down to get into the car. It has plenty of room for people and with the seats folded down it has tons of cargo room. The one minor thing I don't like is the placement of the rear windshield wiper button. It's not that good on gas mileage but we knew that it wouldn't be because of it's weight. Overall the fit and finish is really good and we love it's looks. I would recomend this car to anyone looking for a big crossover.
2010 Traverse LT1
Do to age-related physical difficulties, I decided it was time for a new vehicle. I traded in my '05 Silverado 4WD Crewcab pickup for this "SUV", actually more like a minivan on steroids. First, it was easier to get into and out of than my pickup. It is an All Wheel Drive (AWD), so I felt confident about the occassional snowstorms we can run into here in New Mexico. Third, it has LOTS of room, and with the 2nd and 3rd row seats folded down, I can carry most things that would fit in my pickup. The first thing I REALLY like about the Traverse is a smooooth, quiet ride. VERY comfortable!! We recently made a trip to California, and the Traverse can just eat up the miles. I was hoping for slightly better MPG, but at Interstate speeds of just over 75, I got an average of a little over 21 mpg. In town mileage is not so hot, often in the 14-16 mpg range. While visiting our kids and grandkids in California, we were able to fit the whole crew in the Traverse - all 7 of us could go out to dinner, etc. in one vehicle - nice!! This was a former rental vehicle, and had less that 8K miles when purchased. Because it was a former rental/fleet vehicle, it was not equiped with a couple of standard features I would have liked, Bluetooth phone function being one (no OnStar) and XM satellite radio (I would/will convert to Sirius) the other. It does have backup sensors, but with a vehicle this size, a back-up camera would also be nice. All in all, I'm VERY happy with my new ride!!
Love my New Traverse
I was previously a Jeep Grand Cherokee Owner. I owned a 2004 and 2006. I decided that as our family was expanding that I needed a larger, roomier car but I wasn't quite ready to go the minivan route. Initially my husband I started looking at the Acadia. I liked that they offered 7 or 8 passenger seating and had all the bells and whistles, BUT I didn't love the sticker price for the model that I wanted. I looked around a bit more and discovered the Traverse. As it's a GM offshoot it came with the same great features as the Acadia with a different look and better pricing. I drove the Traverse and immediately was in love. We ended up buying a 2010 LT2 and love absolutely everything about it. The handling is smooth and the appointments are great. I'm not bothered by the gas mileage as I think it's all about expectations. You're never going to get Honda Civic gas mileage out of a vehicle this large. The only thing that I don't love about the Traverse is that sometimes the pick up can be a bit slow. It might be a good idea for them to offer a V8 model. Other than that, I love it and would definitely recommend it. We've gotten a ton of compliments on the luxurious interior and smooth ride.
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