Used 2013 Chevrolet Traverse SUV Crossover Pros & Cons

Pros & Cons of the 2013 Chevrolet Traverse SUV Crossover

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 Pros Newly designed grille, headlamps, taillights and fog lights offer a more polished look.

 Pros Seating for eight is available.

 Pros Third row seat offers enough room for adult passengers.

 Pros New 6.5-inch color display system.

 Pros Reliable engine.

 Pros Ride is smooth and confident.

 Pros Massive cargo area with the seats down and impressive space behind third row seat, when in use.

 Pros Improved soft touch materials on dash and doors.

 Pros Retuned suspension to offer more agile handling.

 Pros Impressive towing capabilities at 5,200 pounds.

 Pros Plenty of options available for customization.

 Pros Expected to rate wonderfully in crash tests.

 Cons Despite the fact that the engine is strong, some consumers will prefer the power of a V8.

 Cons Fuel-economy is not as good as what you would expect from a V6.

 Cons Audio and climate controls are quite small, forcing you to take your eyes off the road to find them.

 Cons Large turning circle and heavy weight makes Traverse a little difficult to park and maneuver in small spaces.

 Cons All-wheel drive is an added option.

 Cons Compromised rear visibility is an obvious problem.