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2014 Chevrolet Traverse LTZ

$21,998* 53K Miles


CarMax Midlothian Free shipping • VA to VA

Key Features
Power Liftgate/DeckLid, 4WD/AWD, Leather Seats, BOSE Sound System, Satellite Radio Ready, Parking Sensors
Location: CarMax Midlothian in Richmond, Virginia 23114
Description: Used 2014 Chevrolet Traverse LTZ for sale - $21,998, 52,708 miles with Power Liftgate/DeckLid, 4WD/AWD, Leather Seats, BOSE Sound System, Satellite Radio Ready, Parking Sensors
Transmission: Automatic Color:Gray Interior Color: Black Average Vehicle Review: (4.391 reviews) I have had to take the car to the garage at least once a month not more for some sort of issue. I only bought it sept 2015! From tires, lights, and a recall! You can not change anything yourself in this car like the oil or a light bulb. Everything is a pain!

About the Chevrolet Traverse LTZ

Vehicle Summary

Looking for a crossover SUV that effortlessly combines size with a little luxury? The Chevrolet Traverse LTZ is tailor-made for your needs, giving you the high-end features you want in an SUV plus enough room for the entire family. Not only do you get a striking exterior, but with the LTZ trim you’ll also get standard leather seating on the first and second rows, heated and ventilated front seats and Chevrolet MyLink® Radio with Navigation, Siri Eyes Free® and available SiriusXM® satellite radio.1 The Chevrolet Traverse LTZ also comes equipped with available OnStar®, giving you access to features like automatic crash response and turn-by-turn navigation, when activated.2 Whether you have family road trips, grocery runs or daily stops at recital or soccer practice in mind, the Chevrolet Traverse LTZ makes a great family hauler.

1Activation with subscription required.

2OnStar features require activation and most require a paid OnStar plan to use. Wi-Fi hotspot functionality may also require an additional data plan. Limitations and restrictions apply. See onstar.com for more information.

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FAQ

Q: How fuel efficient is the Chevrolet Traverse LTZ?

A: The 2016 Chevrolet Traverse LTZ gets an EPA-estimated 18 combined MPG with FWD. AWD models get an EPA-estimated 17 combined MPG.3

Q: What is the seating capacity of the Chevrolet Traverse LTZ?

A: The 2016 Chevrolet Traverse LTZ seats seven passengers due to its second-row captain’s chairs.

Q: How much luggage can the Chevrolet Traverse LTZ handle?

A: With the second and third rows folded, the 2016 Chevrolet Traverse LTZ gives you 116.3 cu-ft of cargo space to use.

Q: Can I use the Chevrolet Traverse LTZ to tow a small boat or a camper trailer?

A: Yes. The 2016 Chevrolet Traverse LTZ, when properly equipped, gives you an estimated 5,200 lbs. of capacity for your towing needs.4

Q: Does the Chevrolet Traverse LTZ come with an available Wi-Fi hotspot?

A: Yes. This feature is available with activation of the available OnStar system.2

2OnStar features require activation and most require a paid OnStar plan to use. Wi-Fi hotspot functionality may also require an additional data plan. Limitations and restrictions apply. See onstar.com for more information.

3Fuel economy figures are based on EPA estimates for when vehicle sold as new. Fuel economy may vary for reasons like driving conditions and vehicle history. Unless specified, figures are for vehicles equipped with an automatic transmission. See fueleconomy.gov.

4Various factors may impact towing capacity, including weight of passengers, cargo, and options/accessories.

Chevrolet Traverse LTZ Popular Features

Until the 2017 model year, the Chevrolet Traverse LTZ was the top-ranging trim throughout the full-size crossover SUV’s first generation. Popular features for pre-2017 models of this top-tier trim include leather upholstery for the first and second row of seats. The eight-way adjustable driver and front passenger seats are also heated and cooled for extra comfort. The LTZ trim also gives you seven-passenger seating due to the second-row captain’s chairs and third-row bench seat.

The heated and power-folding exterior mirrors not only include an auto-dimming feature for the driver’s side, but also handy memory settings. On cold days, the LTZ’s heated steering wheel gives your hands inviting comfort as you enjoy the easy low-speed handling offered by the variable-effort power steering system.

Outside, the 2016 Chevrolet Traverse LTZ sets itself apart from lesser trims with its impressive 20-inch machined-faced aluminum wheels and bright-tipped dual-outlet exhaust. Choosing the Chevrolet Traverse LTZ also gives you access to several driver-assistive features, including forward collision alert and lane departure warning. The rear cross traffic alert gives you a heads-up for vehicles passing directly behind you while reversing, and side blind zone alerts you to vehicles lingering in your blind spot.

Reviews for Chevrolet Traverse

Overall Rating

4.4 out of 5(212 reviews)

Worst car EVER

I purchased this car in July realized it had no air conditioning had a rental car a day later then realized DVD players and cooling seats and radio were not working properly. I had 6 rental cars in 2 months barely had the car more than a week in my possession. I will never recomend this car to anyone

- Jocelyn Millsap, 2009 Chevrolet Traverse

2009 Traverse LTZ

Have had my Traverse LTZ for 11 months now (7800 miles) The handling characteristics are superb and a joy to drive on a trip. Gas mileage is another thing, the sticker says I should get 17mpg town and 24mpg highway. This is completely false, I have NEVER gotten more than 16.5mpg overall after a trip (town and highway) and 19.7 on highway driving (3 hour trip). The air conditioner has never worked since day one. I took a 4 hour highway trip three weeks after purchasing my Traverse and the air conditioner would shut down (blow heat instead of cold air) after about 25 to 30 minutes of driving. The dealer said it was a thermostat and replaced that. The air conditioner would work fine if you didn't drive the Traverse more than 20 minutes. However two months later I took another trip (3 hour) and the air conditioner did the same thing, (86 degree F day) the air conditioner would (on cue) turn to hot air after 25 to 30 minutes on the road. The blower fan was making a lot of noise but only minute hot air came out of the air vents making our trip miserable. I could turn off the highway park my Traverse and wait 5 minutes then restart the car and the air conditioner would work properly but only for another 30 minutes then repeat the hot air thing. The dealer removed the dash (big project) and replaced or refitted the actuator doors. However the air conditioning did the same thing on a recent trip June '10, cold air vents turned out warm air after 30 minutes of driving. It seemed this happened when the dash temperature was so hot you could hardly touch it without burning your fingers. (so much windshield the sun beats down on the dash) Our dash being black (color) it draws in the heat. Of course the dealer says the hot dash has nothing to do with the air conditioner problem! But he can't dispute the fact that the air conditioner problems us usually happening when driving into the sun! When I took my LTZ back this week (air conditioner problems again) I noticed that there were plastic pieces laying on the front floor mats ... the dealer said it was broken blower fan blades and replaced the blower fan and blades. The dealer said the AC system HVAC case drain was clogged and they removed the clog (second time in few months). Also replaced the AC EVAP sensor. The dealer replaced the above in Aug '09 and again in June '10. Also all four exterior side moldings came loose and the dealer had to replace all four. Not sure if I made a good choice in purchasing the Chevy Traverse.

- Realistic, 2009 Chevrolet Traverse

Hate the car.

I have had to take the car to the garage at least once a month not more for some sort of issue. I only bought it sept 2015! From tires, lights, and a recall! You can not change anything yourself in this car like the oil or a light bulb. Everything is a pain!

- E Petrofske, 2010 Chevrolet Traverse

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