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Chevrolet Traverse

2018
Chevrolet Traverse 2018 4-door SUV Trim Shown: 2018 Premier 4-door SUV AWD Automatic
After about a decade, Chevrolet has finally replaced the first-generation Traverse three-row crossover with an all-new model that brings a rash of refinement, packaging, and connectivity improvements. Unlike in the past, the Traverse is larger than the GMC Acadia. The Traverse is offered with two powertrains: a 255-hp turbocharged four-cylinder and a 310-hp V6. Combined with an unobtrusive, nine-speed automatic transmission, the six-cylinder powertrain is unstressed around town and capable of brisk passing maneuvers. The ride is controlled and compliant, the cabin is quiet and the Traverse holds the road well for such a large car. Comfortable seats and one of the better infotainment systems are assets. Manual sunshades for the sunroof are unbefitting for a vehicle in this price bracket. Unfortunately, you have to get the top-level trims to get advanced safety features.
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2017
Chevrolet Traverse 2017 4-door SUV Trim Shown: 2017 LT 4-door SUV AWD Automatic
After almost a decade, the three-row Traverse is getting a redesign for 2018. It's based on the same platform as the new GMC Acadia but is longer. The current Traverse is showing its age: It has outdated controls and thirst for fuel, with 16 mpg overall. The Acadia we tested impressed, with a quiet interior; steady, composed ride; and responsive handling. The 3.6-liter V6 supplies ample power. The infotainment system is comprehensive and intuitive. Like the Acadia, the new Traverse will have a rear-seat minder to ensure that no infants are left behind. Maximum seating capacity is eight, but most versions will be seven-passenger configurations with second-row captain chairs. The new Traverse is now on sale.
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2009-2017
2009 Redesign Year
Chevrolet Traverse 2016 Trim Shown: 2016 LTZ
The Traverse, introduced for 2009, is one of GM's impressive large, car-based, three-row SUVs. You'll find a spacious and quiet interior with a third-row seat roomy enough to accommodate adults. Seating for seven or eight is available. Handling is responsive -- especially given the Traverse's size -- and the ride is comfortable. Rear visibility isn't great, but clever extra mirrors reduce side blind spots. The smooth 3.6-liter V6 returned 16 mpg in our tests. It's mated to a six-speed automatic that sometimes hesitated to downshift; later versions have better transmission programming. A minor freshening for 2013 brought an improved infotainment system and a standard front-center airbag.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2016 $21,975 - $33,925 $19,350 - $30,950
2015 $19,975 - $32,425 $17,350 - $29,450
2014 $18,775 - $29,225 $16,200 - $26,350
2013 $17,225 - $26,800 $14,585 - $23,885
2012 $14,450 - $19,700 $11,800 - $16,850
2011 $11,625 - $16,925 $8,985 - $13,985
2010 $10,400 - $15,625 $7,755 - $12,655
2009 $9,600 - $14,575 $6,965 - $11,615