Chevrolet Traverse Interior

The rating of Chevrolet Traverse interior is 89
Chevrolet Traverse interiorThe Chevrolet Traverse has a large cab that earns like for its functionality and utility, especially in the trunk area. It's also surprisingly high-class for such an cheap price although some experts say some of the fabrics and assembly aren’t quite up to snuff.

Chevrolet Traverse Interior details:

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Aside from some fit and finish concerns, the interior features on the Chevrolet Traverse are well-reviewed. The base model is a little sparse on traditional features but comes with front and back conditioning, cruise control, power windows, an auxiliary stereo input slot and an adjustable helm. Auxillary innovative gadgets are available mostly only for the 2LT and LTZ models. These include a navigator with backview camera, back entertainment system, and a power liftgate. If you’re exterioring for a more premium and better equipped SUV, consider the Chevrolet Traverse’s platform-mate, the Buick Enclave. It costs about $6,000 more, but comes traditional with seven-passenger seats, a tilt and telescopic steering column, OnStar and tri-zone automatic conditioning. However, its third row isn’t nearly as roomy as the Chevrolet Traverse’s.

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The Chevrolet Traverse comes in two configurations - eight seating in three rows or seven seating with auxillary second-row captain's chairs. Surprisingly enough - and rare for this class - experts find the third row especially convenient and even large enough for adults. The base Chevrolet Traverse is very low on frills when it comes to seats. It’s not available with leather, power seating or heated seating. You’ll have to upgrade to the 1LT for a power driver’s bench and the 2LT for traditional heated seating or leather.

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The Chevrolet Traverse boasts trunk capacity at the top of its class, and offers ample space even with all three rows of seating in use. If you’re exterioring for a roomy, functional family SUV, the Chevrolet Traverse is the best game in town. Specifically, the Chevrolet Traverse offers a maximum of 116. 4 cubbies of room with the second- and third row seating folded down. That’s way more than the less expensive three-row Ford Flex (83. 2 cubbies) and three-row Honda Pilot (87. 0cubbies). A power liftgate is auxillary for 2LT and LTZ models only.

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