2015 Chevrolet Traverse ratings and reviews

The 2015 Chevrolet Traverse is made for families looking for space, comfort, and convenience. Offered in four trim levels, the Traverse gives drivers the opportunity to purchase only what they need, while options and packages can take the crossover from basic to towing-capable. The LS trim leads the lineup with split-folding rear seats, a 6.4-inch color touchscreen with MyLink, cruise control, and a rearview camera. 1LT adds a remote start system, rear parking assistance, and wood interior trim, while 2LT gets tri-zone automatic climate control and heated front seats. The top-tier LTZ includes leather upholstery, 20-inch wheels, navigation, and second-row captain’s chairs. Standalone options can be added to any trim without the features, like a navigation system, rear-seat entertainment, a sunroof, and wireless headphones, while Chevy rolls other features into packages, like the Hit the Road Package with a roof rack and chrome assistance steps.

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The 2015 Chevrolet Traverse is made for families looking for space, comfort, and convenience. Offered in four trim levels, the Traverse gives drivers the opportunity to purchase only what they need, while options and packages can take the crossover from basic to towing-capable. The LS trim leads the lineup with split-folding rear seats, a 6.4-inch color touchscreen with MyLink, cruise control, and a rearview camera. 1LT adds a remote start system, rear parking assistance, and wood interior trim, while 2LT gets tri-zone automatic climate control and heated front seats. The top-tier LTZ includes leather upholstery, 20-inch wheels, navigation, and second-row captain’s chairs. Standalone options can be added to any trim without the features, like a navigation system, rear-seat entertainment, a sunroof, and wireless headphones, while Chevy rolls other features into packages, like the Hit the Road Package with a roof rack and chrome assistance steps.
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