Summary

The Chevy Traverse is a roomy three-row crossover SUV with room for up to eight passengers. The Traverse is Chevrolet’s third most popular model and a top seller in the segment.

Pros

  • Roomy for the segment
  • High NHTSA safety rating
  • Powerful V6 engine

Cons

  • Older model years may lack safety systems taken for granted in this segment
  • Adaptive Cruise Control remains an option
  • No green powertrain available

Description

The Chevy Traverse was introduced in 2008 to augment Chevy’s full-size, truck-based SUVs. The Traverse entered a new generation for the 2018 model year with significant updates to every aspect of the vehicle. The more Tahoe-SUV-like design was easy to spot.

For a time, the Traverse seemed to lag the Honda Pilot and Toyota Highlander’s active safety and driver-assist systems. That was corrected in the current generation, and the upcoming 2022 refresh will include many of the most modern safety systems available. The High Country trim of the current Traverse is notable for its more advanced AWD system and better all-road and all-weather capability.

Features

  • Wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay integration
  • USB ports for all rows
  • Class-leading cargo space

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