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Chevy Traverse trades sleek for buff (video included)

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http://car-data.com - It was a pretty risky move, nearly a decade ago, for Chevrolet to drop its mini-van and mid-size SUV, then replacing both with a full-size crossover. Following the similar Buick Enclave, GMC Acadia, and Saturn Outlook; the bow-time gang hit it out of the park.

Chevy Traverse trades sleek for buff (video included)

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http://car-data.com - It was a pretty risky move, nearly a decade ago, for Chevrolet to drop its mini-van and mid-size SUV, then replacing both with a full-size crossover. Following the similar Buick Enclave, GMC Acadia, and Saturn Outlook; the bow-time gang hit it out of the park.

2018 Chevrolet Traverse Test Drive Review Video

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https://www.youtube.com - Chevrolet’s Traverse gets completely redesigned for 2018 to offer a very spacious, stylish option to those who need 3 rows of seating in a midsize SUV. A sporty new RS trim with a smaller engine and a meaner-looking grille and a new flagship High Country trim with all-wheel drive, every available factory upgrade, and an exclusive brown-and-black leather interior join the lineup.

Chevrolet Traverse 2018 Video Review

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https://www.youtube.com - As a parent of a 12-year old I’m always running from here to there, usually with lots of gear in tow. Sometimes we’re transporting Maddie’s friends as well, or headed out of town and often, consolidating my extended family into one vehicle that can hold at least 6. And that’s where the 3-row crossover becomes the star. It has minivan qualities while preserving a sense of style.

2018 Chevrolet Traverse Video Review

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http://testdrivenow.com - GM is a master of integrating cutting edge technologies in a user-friendly, non-intimidating way and this Traverse is no exception. I won’t list all of the tech features but the most impressive are the LED headlamps with auto high beams, the rear camera mirror which has trickled down from Cadillac, one of my favorites, a bird’s eye view surround vision camera, adaptive full-speed cruise control with Stop and Go, the only Traverse that has it, a configurable Teen Driver mode, rear seat reminder so that no child is let behind and all of the latest driver assistive technologies.

2018 Chevrolet Traverse Premier FWD Review

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http://www.tflcar.com - The last-generation Chevrolet Traverse was shaped much like a mini-van, but became labeled as a crossover. Now, the redesigned 2018 Chevrolet Traverse is styled like the crossover we’ve come to expect. The Bow Tie crew billed this creation as their ultimate family vehicle. It seats up to eight with an athletic appearance, featuring a more expressive frontal design.

2018 Chevrolet Traverse: Is a Bigger Crossover Always Better?

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https://www.wsj.com - I’ll start: The new Chevrolet Traverse is not terrible. The bowtie brand’s redesigned midsize crossover—at 204.3 inches bumper to bumper, it’s a tick longer than a Chevy Tahoe—delivers empty space in abundance: compared to the outgoing model, 7% more room behind the first-row seats, 10% more added behind the second row, and 17% more behind the third row. So there’s that.

2018 Chevrolet Traverse vs. Volkswagen Atlas: Which Family Hauler is Best? (with video)

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http://www.tflcar.com - Volkswagen and Chevrolet go head to head in this XXL crossover mashup. The three-row Chevrolet Traverse has been redesigned for 2018, featuring more power and technology than ever before. Volkswagen has launched the all-new Atlas specifically for the US, replacing the aging Touareg as their top crossover.

2018 Chevrolet Traverse Review — Cars.com (with video)

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https://www.youtube.com - Outside, the SUV wears burly, truck-like styling, borrowing some design cues from the larger Chevrolet Tahoe. Inside, room is ample in all three rows, though the seats themselves aren't exactly the most comfortable.
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