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Chevrolet Traverse
Chevrolet Traverse
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Chevrolet Traverse Overview

The Traverse is one of GM's roomy, car-based three-row SUVs. It has a spacious and quiet interior, with a third-row seat that's roomy enough to accommodate adults. Seating for eight is available. In our tests the smooth and refined 3.6-liter V6 returned 16 mpg overall, but has its work cut out for it with this heavy vehicle. A recent freshening brought the better MyLink infotainment system and head restraints. Handling is relatively agile and secure, and the Traverse steers nicely. The ride is taut yet comfortable and steady. Rear visibility isn't great, but clever extra mirrors reduce side blind spots. Reliability has been average.

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