2018 Chevrolet Traverse SUV Pros & Cons

Pros & Cons of the 2018 Chevrolet Traverse SUV

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 Pros The all-wheel-drive system is available for the majority of the trim levels.

 Pros The base V6 engine delivers reliable acceleration and does not feel sluggish.

 Pros The new transmission shifts smoothly and with the right timing.

 Pros Handling is well-composed and the steering is accurate and weighted properly.

 Pros Braking performance shows stability under heavy braking and the brake pedal helps in the ease of use.

 Pros A good amount of features for passenger convenience comes standard for the base trim.

 Pros The high safety ratings provide a sense of security for the potential buyer.

 Pros Advanced safety and driver aids are available options starting with the midrange trim levels.

 Pros It easy to enter the cabin and the first and second rows are spacious.

 Pros The cushion of the seats is comfortable even on longer trips.

 Pros The ride quality is settled and even the bigger bumps and cracks did not impact as much.

 Pros Space for cargo is vast when folding down the second and third rows of seats.

 Pros Fuel efficiency for highway driving is better than most competitors in its category.

 Cons The RS trim is only available in front-wheel-drive version despite being the sportiest trim.

 Cons There are no options for a more potent engine for the more expensive trim levels.

 Cons The roof rails and sunroof are not available for the base trim levels.

 Cons The shape of the cushion of the seats is relatively flat.

 Cons The front seats could use more lateral support.

 Cons The legroom for the third row is tighter than the first and second rows.

 Cons Fuel efficiency in city driving for midsize SUVs is generally lower.