2017-08-31 / Auto View

2018 TRAVERSE ‘THE TOTAL PACKAGE’


The 2018 Traverse High Country trim features premium content and technology, including a unique interior trim featuring Loft Brown leather appointments with suede accents, 20-in polished wheels, High Country badging, D-Optic headlamps and standard twin-clutch AWD. 
– Content and photoscourtesy ChevroletCommunications The 2018 Traverse High Country trim features premium content and technology, including a unique interior trim featuring Loft Brown leather appointments with suede accents, 20-in polished wheels, High Country badging, D-Optic headlamps and standard twin-clutch AWD. – Content and photoscourtesy ChevroletCommunications Chevrolet recently announced pricing for the all-new 2018 Traverse starts at $30,875. The manufacturer’s suggested retail price includes the destination charge, but excludes tax, title and additional dealer fees.

Redesigned from the ground up, the new Traverse offers best-in-class maximum cargo space and more passenger space than Explorer, Pilot or Highlander. Traverse also offers seating for up to eight with an enhanced roster of standard convenience, storage and comfort features — with built-in connectivity working to put an end to the eternal question: Are we there yet?

“The all-new Chevrolet Traverse has a bold, new look that complements the full functionality our SUV customers demand. It’s designed to help make life on the road easier, and to look good while doing it,” said Steve Majoros, director of marketing, Chevrolet Cars and Crossovers. “With creature comforts, convenience features and technologies to entertain passengers, Traverse is the total package.”

The 2018 Traverse lineup offers customers even more trim choices, featuring L, LS, LT, and Premier, along with the all-new sporty RS and top-of-the line High Country trim levels. A Redline package will also be available on Premier, featuring a blacked-out appearance with red accents.

Customers can visit Chevy.com/ Traverse to build, configure and price the 2018 Traverse.

The 2018 Traverse comes loaded with standard content:

CONVENIENCE
• Enhanced Smart Slide® seat to provide easy
access to the third row, even with an empty
forward-facing child seat in place using the
LATCH system
• USB charging in all three rows
• Teen Driver technology
• Rear Seat Reminder4
• Rear Vision Camera
• Keyless Open and Start
• 12-volt power outlet
• Heated, power-adjustable outside mirrors
• Capless fuel fill

STORAGE
• Best-in-class max cargo volume of 98.2 cubic feet
• Hidden underfloor cargo storage totaling
3.2 cubic feet
• “Truck-sized” center console
• Twenty-three storage spots throughout
for passengers in all three rows
• Dedicated storage for mobile phones

COMFORT
• Active noise cancellation
• Automatic tri-zone climate control
• Humidity sensor that detects
moisture and diverts air to the
windshield to help prevent fogging

CONNECTIVITY
• Built-in OnStar 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot allows
customers to connect up to seven devices, and
customers in the U.S. are offered access to an
unlimited prepaid Wifi data plan for $20 per
month plus tax, enabled by AT&T
• Standard support for Apple CarPlay and Android
Auto. Compatibility subject to terms, privacy
statements and data plan rates, as well as a
compatible smart phone
• Steering wheel-mounted phone and audio controls
• Chevrolet MyLink infotainment systems help keep
passengers connected
• Owners can manage their vehicle remotely and
check diagnostics with the Chevrolet mobile
app via their smartphone

ADDITIONAL AVAILABLE FEATURES
INCLUDE:
• Rear camera mirror provides a video view,
displaying a wider, less obstructed field of view
compared to a traditional rearview mirror
• Surround Vision cameras provide a bird’s eye
view of the vehicle to help make reversing,
parking or trailering easier
• A new, hands-free power liftgate that projects
a Chevrolet bowtie emblem on the ground is
standard on Premier and High Country
• Power-folding third-row seat is standard on
High Country
• Heated and ventilated leather-trimmed front seats
standard on Premier and High Country
• Heated second-row outboard seats are standard
on Premier and High Country
• Heated steering wheel is standard on Premier
and High Country
• Wireless device charging is standard
on Premier and High Country
• Available hidden storage behind
the articulating radio screen
• Power liftgate

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