2013 Chevrolet Traverse Review

Consumers may find the 2013 Chevrolet Traverse the least flashy of the large three-row crossovers, and lacking charisma, but that is just beside the point. Go through the 2013 Chevrolet Traverse Review and see what makes the car a strong safety package for families. As one of the most popular crossover, Chevy Traverse has impressed buyers with its comfortable ride and impressive roomy interiors.


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Exteriors and Interiors

A little more aggressive in exterior styling, you can’t miss the new look for the hood, grille, headlamps, fog lamps, and bumper. Inside, the interiors are plush and soft with contrasting upholstery stitching. An optional blue ambient lighting and chrome accents along with Bluetooth, smartphone integration does help to lift the ambiance in the 2013 Chevrolet Traverse.

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The new silver-accent details give the Chevy Traverse gives a more upscale feel inside. With a new 6.5-inch touch screen infotainment system and new MyLink system, the climate controls are larger, straightforward, and easier to use as they are illuminated at night.  The revised Chevy has a smoked finish on the outer with the squared-off look.

Engine and Performance

The direct-injected 3.6-liter, V-6 engine will let you enjoy the same 266 lb-ft and 281 hp of torque. So don’t expect Chevy Traverse to go any faster. However, you can’t miss the tweaks it gets in the both hardware and software of the six-speed automatic transmission.  One is able to maintain strong fuel-economy numbers and enjoy provide more decisive shifts. As per the 2013 Chevrolet Traverse Review, the suspension too has been returned to lets the rider enjoy more agile handling without experiencing any loss in ride quality. The new programming prevents the transmission to be lumpy light acceleration and makes one feel more confident about highway passing power. You will find a marked improvement in ride and handling with new rebound springs.

Traverse Review

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While all-wheel drive is an option, the power is still sent to the front wheels. The body roll gets controlled by rebound springs in the front and new shock valving improves the ride at lower speeds.

Summing up

Although going on sale this fall, the price of 2013. Chevrolet has still not been announced. But the base price is supposed to start at a Base Price of $31,335.  There is no official on-sale date still 2013 Chevrolet Traverse will be available in 3 trim levels: LS, LT, and LTZ. Production is scheduled to start later this year, though pricing and an official on-sale date still haven’t been determined.

2013 Traverse is worth a look if you are in the mood for a largish people-hauler. This is a modern-day chariot following the tradition of the old Ford Country sedan. Enjoy family rides in this well-proportioned beast meant with minimum fuss. This new style is sure to attract a broader swath of buyers.

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