Chevrolet Traverse Trim Levels
The Chevrolet Traverse is as close as you can get to a proper SUV. One of the best in class full-sized SUVs out there, it spoils its passengers for comfort, and it comes in no fewer than seven (7!!!) trim levels.
The exceptional comfort the Traverse provides is a result of the ingenious interior design, the remarkable room passengers in all of its three rows enjoy, and the use of cutting-edge tech.
The cargo space is also well above average with 23 cubic feet behind the third row, 58 cubic feet with it folded and a whopping 98 with just the front rows up. That’s enough to bring all the furniture you need for your living room in one trip to Ikea.
The standard powertrain is a tried-and-true 3.6-liter V6 that will churn out 310 horsepower and 266 pound-feet of torque. Coupled with a superb 9-speed automatic it’s great for both driving around town as well as on the highway.
A great feature of the Traverse is that it comes in seven trim levels, which means there’s one trim perfect for every need out there. It all starts with the Traverse L, Chevrolet’s base model.
Addressed to those that value a good bargain, it comes at a tantalizing price with an impressive list of standard options. Things like LED daytime running lamps, a rear vision camera, 18-inch aluminum wheels, a 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot, keyless open, the Teen Driver pack, tri-zone automatic climate control, and a 7.0-inch color touch fitted with both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay come with the base model.
The LS costs just a tad more. It adds deep-tinted rear windows and makes a plethora of options available. Things that you couldn’t fit onto your L model like the roadside safety package, the all-weather cargo mats, the highway safety kit, or the power tablet holder.
The LT trim comes in the LT Cloth and LT Leather renditions. The former includes all the features of previous trims to which it adds a leather-wrapped steering wheel, fog lamps, an eight-way power driver’s seat, and the SiriusXM satellite radio. The ladder will net future owners all the L’s features to which it adds leather upholstery, blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert, remote engine start, heated front seats, a power programmable liftgate, rear park assist, and it upgrades the color touch to an 8.0-inch one.
With the RS we’re entering premium territory. Clients fortunate enough to get a Traverse RS will enjoy most of the features listed under the LT Leather trim plus a plethora of advanced safety features. The list includes forward collision avoidance, an HD surround-view camera, front pedestrian braking, lane keep assist with lane departure warning, a rear camera mirror, following distance indicator, and automatic emergency braking. On top of these, the RS comes equipped with 20-inch aluminum wheels, IntelliBeam headlamps, built-in navigation, and a 10-speaker BOSE premium sound system.
The Premier trim will see that your Traverse is also equipped with heated and ventilated front seats, hands-free gesture liftgate, LED headlamps, heated rear seats, wireless charging capability, memory setting, and perforated leather-appointed seat trim. All these are of course on top of the features that come with the RS trim level.
The ultimate Traverse trim is called High Country and it adds to the Premier a Dual SkyScape two-panel power sunroof, advanced adaptive cruise control, enhanced automatic emergency braking, trailering equipment, a heavy-duty cooling system, and 20-inch polished alloy wheels.
From price-conscious to luxury seekers, all SUV prospective buyers will find what they’re looking for in one of the Traverse’s trims. Here at Northwest Hills Chevrolet Buick GMC near Waterbury & Terryville Connecticut we have all trim and most available Traverse color already on our showroom floor.
Come try them on, see which one’s designed for you, and you can even take the model for a spin.
Call us today and we’ll help you choose the best SUV you’ve ever owned.