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After such a successful run with the first generation, Chevrolet gives the popular Traverse crossover a full redo for 2018. Key highlights include way more technology, improved fuel economy, even more space, and a massive weight reduction of nearly 400 pounds. It all adds to one seriously practical family SUV with more room versus a lot of key competitors. Just be cautious on the options list otherwise the price will creep up into luxury SUV levels.

Comments

    • MrBury74
      MrBury74

      Only reviewing top trim models isn’t good

      about 16 hours ago
    • Jason Starr
      Jason Starr

      Just bought one. Love it.

      about 4 days ago
    • Mary Wyrick
      Mary Wyrick

      Great review.

      about 4 days ago
    • F L
      F L

      I like the T R A V E R S E on the side of the door. "Tacked-on" for some, artful for others.

      about 5 days ago
    • Everything Channel
      Everything Channel

      Full size or mid size?

      about 7 days ago
    • Dylan Chalmers
      Dylan Chalmers

      @Redline Reviews i found the cooled seats to not work quite aswell because it's pretty much just a fan underneath and in the seat backs instead of an actual air conditioning system but the heated seat feature works very well it doesn't take long for the seats to get nice and toasty.

      about 9 days ago
    • mserth22
      mserth22

      Definitely found great/ground breaking solutions for SUVs in this segment, but they are grossly overpriced. Basically priced like a Tahoe (which are overpriced as well)

      about 12 days ago
    • bikebudha01
      bikebudha01

      just based on the MEGA FUCKNIG LOUD ANNOYING series of beeps at start up, I will not buy this vehicle...

      about 17 days ago
    • bikebudha01
      bikebudha01

      the 'high country' logos sewn into the headrests look cheap as shit...

      about 17 days ago
    • BWKAPPA
      BWKAPPA

      Can you explain what is Adaptive Cruise Control?

      about 20 days ago
    • BWKAPPA
      BWKAPPA

      Thanks. Very informative

      about 20 days ago
    • jd5179
      jd5179

      Traverse has a hot garbage realibility

      about 20 days ago
    • Amie Lawson
      Amie Lawson

      My husband has the 2018 LT in the garage right now. It really is a phenomenal vehicle. It has power, not as much as a Silverado, but having owned a 2500HD in the past, the immediate power upon hitting the gas pedal is similar. Those tires will squeal. It handles quite well. Not quite an Equinox (we have a 2017), but not quite a Silverado. It has a tremendous amount of interior space, measures out to more then a Tahoe, yet the lower height allows for it to fit in small garages like ours. The gas mileage is good, especially considering it is a large SUV, it handles winter weather like a breeze. It is comfortable for long road trips with plenty of room for luggage, strollers, beach gear or just about anything else you need for a family vacation. The negatives I would say it has, the seats aren’t as comfy as my 2017 Equinox (or even the 2018 Equinox as we rented one of those while in Arizona), but with all of the possibilities for adjustments, you can solve that. I just prefer the side lips on the 2017 Equinox seat. The other negative, you can definitely feel the weight when breaking, but really that is to be expected with a vehicle of this size and it is similar to the 2500HD pick up we used to have. Overall, we love this vehicle, and would recommend it.

      about 26 days ago
    • Paul Cheek
      Paul Cheek

      must be that other America, who can afford this shit

      about 27 days ago
    • Utoobia
      Utoobia

      For the past year this car grabbed my attention more than anything else on the road, and had to have one. So I just bought a 2019 Traverse LS last week and we love it. Even though it is a lower trim, it has a lot more features than I will ever use.

      about 29 days ago
    • IAmFloridaBorn
      IAmFloridaBorn

      Trying so hard to hate Chevy. Why even review them if you hate them that bad? lol

      about 1 month ago
    • Jack FnTwist
      Jack FnTwist

      A little annoyingly snarky.

      about 1 month ago
    • Etienne Tawong
      Etienne Tawong

      I got this high country and honestly, considering my family size (4 and will soon be 5), this is the best family size SUV and best alternative to vans for van haters like me. It does looks nicer when you're physically in/looking at it. My only problem with it is that the lane keep assist does not have an audible alert like in toyotas.

      about 1 month ago
    • Ayush A.
      Ayush A.

      These 2019s sell for 38-40k here in miami
      Edit: LT AWD

      about 1 month ago
    • Armenia Valdez
      Armenia Valdez

      Love the car, 🤩

      about 1 month ago
    • M Czenk
      M Czenk

      I love my 2018 Traverse Premiere.

      about 1 month ago
    • ethan rascon camacho
      ethan rascon camacho

      um...the chevy traverse rs dosent have a 2.3L I4 its a 2.0L I4

      about 1 month ago
    • tnredbone1
      tnredbone1

      I just love your reviews. At 17:30...the rev up noise..isn't that bad to hear in a new car?

      about 1 month ago
    • MEDiAgamer
      MEDiAgamer

      Why are they using the old UI? Use the one thats on the new equinox. Make the touch screen all the same chevy!

      about 1 month ago
    • Ednon Khan
      Ednon Khan

      Chevrolet needs to hire a new automotive interior designer maybe a designer from Germany; The steering wheel is ugly and also the instrumentation cluster seems lack luster. I get the fact that it’s an American SUV, however the seats look good I’ll give it that, but Chevrolet really needs to spend more time with its interior design and technology.

      about 1 month ago
    • Justin Fontaine
      Justin Fontaine

      Undefeatable stop and go? Pass.

      about 1 month ago
    • Justin Fontaine
      Justin Fontaine

      I cross shopped the whole segment of these SUV's. I didn't even look at the Chevy Traverse until now because I knew it would not be worth my time and I was right. How can a company see precisely what the competition is doing better and year after year churn out mostly dated looking interiors and overall quality that is just not up to par. I'm sorry. 54k for this rig with that luxury wanna be interior.? You can get a new Mazda CX-9 loaded for 10-12k cheaper maybe more. Yes this vehicle has substantially more cargo room but who loads their SUV to the gills on a regular basis? There is no comparison.

      about 1 month ago
    • Jason Chalanick
      Jason Chalanick

      Looking at this model and a Pilot/Highlander. My biggest concern with a Chevy is it holding up over time and its resale value. Its a much nicer looking vehicle than the Pilot

      about 1 month ago
    • Niq Here
      Niq Here

      I love big cars but I would never buy them

      about 1 month ago
    • yang song
      yang song

      At an extreme 204 inches in length, the legroom is ONLY 41/38.4/33.5 (only for children), whereas, a 2011 Explorer is 7 inches shorter but come with more legroom at 40.6/39.8/33.2. The utilization of space in the Traverse is not adequate. Only If the seven inches of extra length can all be used to improve legroom from the Explorer's legroom data, then the Traverse is a legitimate seven-passenger hauler. My point here is not to say that the Explorer is better. After all, the IIHS collision tests for it are far from ideal.

      about 1 month ago