2015 Traverse

2017 Chevrolet Traverse

Pros: Expansive, versatile passenger and cargo room; ride comfort, decent handling for a vehicle of this size and weight

Cons: Large turning circle compromises close-quarters maneuverability; touchscreen buttons are sometimes unresponsive; prices get steep on higher-end models

CG Says: For 2017, Chevrolet Traverse changes the name of its topline model from LTZ to Premier and adds a new budget-priced LS Base model. LS Base deletes satellite radio and is not available with all-wheel drive. Otherwise, Traverse is unchanged pending a redesign for the 2018 model year. Traverse combines space, power, and decent road manners into a fine package that looks and feels more expensive than it is. If you are shopping midsize SUVs, Traverse should be on your list.

The Facts
Class Midsize SUV
Body Style(s) 4-door wagon
Passenger Count 8
Drive Wheels front-wheel drive, all-wheel drive
Manufacturer Chevrolet
Nation of Manufacturer USA
Base Prices 2WD LS Base: $28,700
2WD LS: $31,300
AWD LS: $33,300
2WD 1LT: $34,100
AWD 1LT: $36,100
2WD 2LT: $36,650
AWD 2LT: $38,650
2WD LTZ: $42,045
AWD LTZ: $44,045

Base Engine
3.6-liter V6
281 or 288
Std. Transmission
6-speed automatic
Avail. Transmission
EPA City Range (mpg)
EPA Hwy Range (mpg)