2018 Chevrolet Traverse

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$29,930-$52,100
$29,780-$49,495
17 CITY / 26 HWY
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Overview

The Traverse is loaded with new optional tech and safety features and there are a vast number of choices and options available. Trim levels include L, LS, LT, RS, Premier and High Country. Standard features include tri-zone automatic climate control, keyless entry and start, LED bi-Optic headlights, active aero shutters that direct air through the front grille of the vehicle, USB ports, OnStar and a 3.5" driver instrument information display.

High Country trim offers luxurious styling and enhanced tech features including unique interior trim with Loft Brown leather seats and suede microfiber accents, wireless device charging, adaptive cruise control, 20-inch polished wheels, D-Optic headlamps, standard twin-clutch all-wheel drive and power-folding third row seats.

Redline Edition, available on the Premier trim level, offers unique styling with black wheels accented in red, black exterior appointments, custom black Traverse badging with red outlines, darkened tail lamps, black bowtie emblems, 2-panel power sunroof and a trailering package. LED tail lights and chrome accents are now standard equipment with D-optic LED headlamps available on LT models and above.

All Traverse models include frontal and side-impact for front passengers, seat-mounted side-impact and head curtain airbags for all rows. Optional safety technologies include a lane departure warning, frontal collision warning with emergency braking along with GM's new Teen Driver mode. Teen Driver has a number of safety features, from muting audio until front seat occupants are buckled to activating Side Blind Zone Alert, Forward Collision Alert and Front Automatic Braking. The in-vehicle report card provide feedback to young drivers so potential problem areas can be identified and teaching opportunities become evident.

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