About Chevy Traverse

    Albeit still pretty young, the Chevy Traverse has made a strong impression since it appeared on the scene. A full-size crossover, the Traverse is constructed on the GM's Lambda platform along with the Buick Enclave, GMC Acadia, and Saturn Outlook. The vehicle seats up to eight passengers featuring a third row as well as 118 cubic feet of cargo space. As for its overall size, the '09 Traverse stands at 69.7 inches tall (2010 models have the height of 70.4 inches), 78.4 inches wide, 205 inches long, and boasts a wheelbase of 118.9 inches. Its curb weight is 4,700 pounds.

    The Traverse is equipped with a 3.6L V6 engine mated to a six-speed automatic transmission, with different trim levels getting different horsepower capabilities. The base LS and LT trim use a single-outlet exhaust, which gives each around 281 horsepower along with 253 pounds-per-foot of torque. LTZ models are outfitted with a dual exhaust, upping the horsepower to 288 and increasing the torque to 270 pounds-per-foot. Front or four-wheel drive is available for all versions of the Traverse. On the inside of the model, a two-tone color design greets the driver and passengers, as do chrome accessories and other refinements while the vehicle's technological and safety parts vary depending on trim.

    LS variants of the Chevy Traverse showcase such accessories as the satellite radio, OnStar, a six-speaker CD stereo with MP3 playability, and split second and third row seating. The LT trim is divided into two: the LT1 and LT2, but both offer similar options such as Bluetooth, rear-parking sensors, and an upgraded audio system. The LTZ trim level is considered the most luxurious. Leather seating, GPS navigation with real-time traffic, and a rearview camera highlight the list os standard Chevy Traverse LTZ parts. Additional options like a separate rear-entertainment system and sunroofs can also be had. In its first full year in showrooms, Chevy sold over 91,000 units of the Traverse (not counting its introductory 2008 sales of 9, 456). The model also received substantial recognition from around the globe, including being named a Consumer Guide Best Buy (2009).

    This sleekly styled SUV premiered for 2008 and has become one of the most respected models in its class. The Chevy Traverse demonstrates peppy performance, smooth handling, and a deceptively large amount of cargo space, elevating it above most of its competitors. Ever since the dawn of the crossover age, there has been a need for one model to carry the torch and the Chevy Traverse is as good a candidate as any.

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    Refreshed 2013 Traverse
    Refreshed 2013 Traverse

    Numerous rumors about potential redesign have been on and off since introduction of the Traverse in 2008. None became reality till now. After multiple delays, likely due to the GM's 2009 bankruptcy, updates to the Lambda siblings, including the Chevy Traverse, GMC Acadia, and Buick Enclave, are finally planned for the 2013 model year. There will be no major upgrades, just minor mid-cycle refreshes.

    The changes might not be noticed at first glance. The GM plans no exterior improvements, leaving the Traverse with the same sleek and flowing design that the Chevy's world face is characterized by. What's going to be changed is the interior, which currently is considered to be a weak point of the Lambda SUVs. To a more modern center console and to the better materials used for the interior, GM will add a new MyLink infotainment system. The system will include an LCD touch screen to control everything from Bluetooth to audio.

    The updates to the 2013 Traverse are aimed at keeping the vehicle fresh until the major redesign that is likely to happen no later than in 2016.