The 2012 Chevrolet Traverse accomodates everything but compromise. The Traverse is Chevrolet's midsized Crossover. It is available in AWD or FWD, has a standard 3.6L V6 w/VVT (281 HP) and is ready to accomodate anything that you or your family might throw at it. The Traverse is a Consumers Digest Best Buy, and comes with the quality and safety features that you would expect in a Chevrolet. Need an 8 passenger vehicle with luxury trim, class leading safety features, and the ability to pull a trailer? The Traverse is ready to accomodate you and your family.
A Competition Chevrolet Best Value
The 2012 Chevrolet Traverse LS AWD starts at $33,990 as a Competition Chevrolet Best Value Vehicle. The 2012 Chevrolet Traverse also qualifies for a TD Finance Rate of 1.50% For Terms Up to 48 Months which represents astounding value for the money in the Crossover Segment.
What does the Automotive Press Have to Say About it?
"If you're looking for a big family vehicle with excellent safety ratings, the
ability to tow 5,400 pounds and reasonably good fuel economy for its size, the
2011 Chevrolet Traverse may be the best game in town." -Kelley Blue Book
"With its stylish good looks, spacious cabin, car like ride and handling, plus
decent fuel economy, the 2011 Chevrolet Traverse has much to offer SUV owners
looking to downsize." -Edmunds
"Tasteful design, high-quality materials and one of the most accommodating
interiors in the class are the hallmarks of GM's newest crossover SUV." -Kelley Blue Book
"Second-row seats that slide fore and aft improve leg room while permitting easy
entry in to the third-row seat. And unlike many third-row seats, the Traverse's
can actually accommodate two adults in comfort while affording them full
side-curtain airbag protection." -Kelley Blue Book "The car has the best cargo capacity in the midsize crossover segment, with
117.5 cubic feet of space in total, compared with 95.4 for the Toyota Highlander
and 87 for the Honda Pilot, which Butler said are expected to be the Traverse's
key competitors." -Fort Worth Star-Telegram
"While it won't be mistaken for a V8, the direct-injected V6 felt brisk during
our controlled driving conditions and towed a 4,200-pound boat and trailer
without gasping for breath." -MSN
"One new feature of the Traverse is blind spot mirrors. Rather than those
expensive blind spot sensors being offered increasingly on other vehicles that
flash a light in the mirror when another vehicle is in your blind spot, the
Traverse has a small wide-angle mirror embedded in the outer top corner of the
standard wing mirrors. The wide angle mirror gives you a good look at what's
tucked in behind you." -AutoBlog
Chevrolet Traverse Key Features
Innovative SmartSlide (TM) Second Row Seating.
Availability of 7 or 8 Passenger Seating (7 Passenger Seating Optional in Traverse 1LT, Standard in 2LT, LTZ)
Largest Cargo Bay in its Class w/3297 L (116.4 Cubic Feet) (w/3rd & 2nd Row Seating Folded Flat)