2019 Chevrolet Traverse Walk Around


Despite adoption of design themes from Chevrolet’s truck division as part of its 2018 redesign, the current-generation Traverse looks sharp while providing a family-focused experience. Relationships to full-size pickups and SUVs aren’t difficult to spot. Previously graceful body lines have been sharpened.

More upright than the previous-generation model, the Traverse leads off with a taller grille, encompassing a larger “bowtie” badge. Strong shoulder lines lead toward slender taillights, carrying the overall boxy profile all the way through the bodysides.

Interior

Bountiful cabin space is a strong point of the Traverse, which promises adult-level comfort in any of the three seating rows. Even the third row offers abundant room, though elbow room is on the scant side.

Smart controls and a wide console should impress the driver, and everybody might admire the soft-touch surfaces and durable plastic materials.

Front seats promise long-distance comfort, even for occupants who are ample in girth. Second-row captain’s chairs are particularly appealing. Second-row passengers face more than 38 inches of leg clearance, while rear-seat riders get 33 inches.

Wide-swinging doors ease entry and exit, though they can present a challenge in tight parking lots. Fit and finish generally are good, though Buick’s Enclave has a more premium feel. Most Traverse versions have active noise cancellation.

Behind the third row, there’s a generous 23 cubic feet of cargo room. With the third row flattened, that space passes 58 cubic feet, reaching 98 cubic feet with only the front seatbacks upright.

1Dealer Discount applied to everyone.

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