One of the exciting releases of 2018 will be the Chevrolet Traverse – a modern SUV, which has been fully redesigned for the coming year. Many years ago, farmers were the only people who used off-road cars but at the present day, SUVs are everywhere. If by chance, you are someone who likes SUVs, then you should also read the 2018 review of Chevrolet Traverse at Edmunds.
The 2018 Chevrolet Traverse has some options from which you can choose: LS, LT, RS, Premier, Redline and High Country. There are not many differences between them, but you need to explore each option to see which one you like the most. Traverse has a Teen Driver technology with features like Forward Collision Alert, Forward Automatic Braking, Side Blind Zone Alert and so on. Because Teen Driver technology gives you information about the driving habits of the new driver, this can help you coach him.
If you are looking for the perfect car for your family, then you might consider buying the Chevrolet Traverse. It has eight comfortable seats, which are more than enough for a family SUV. Besides, the backseats can fold flat whenever you want to give your cargo area some extra space. The Traverse’s cargo capacity has increased along with the extra passenger space, and the best part is that this SUV has a hands-free gesture liftgate feature. This is available for Premier and High Country and it only takes one kicking motion of your foot. Moreover, in order to help you, Traverse projects Chevrolet’s logo on the ground.
The Chevrolet Traverse has an available OnStar 4G LTE Wi-Fi connection, which lets you connect up to seven devices. This way, you will have Wi-Fi anywhere you go. Traverse also lets you use your iPhone and your Android devices. You can listen to music, access your calendar call friends or get directions by using apps such as Google Maps.
Whichever your destination may be, Traverse’s engine has an impressive power, a nine-speed automatic transmission and the best part is that you can cut back on the fuel. This SUV has also a traction mode select, where you can adjust the performance of your car. This can come in handy when challenging road surfaces. For example, the best setting for everyday driving is FWD, but if you are driving on grass, sand or loose dirt, then you can choose the OFF-ROAD setting.