The 2016 Chevrolet Traverse is keen on giving the impression that it’s the only SUV you’ll ever need. With its existing trim levels, and a brand new entry level model in the form of the Base LS to boot, it’s looking like it just might be able to prove its claim.
An Easy Favorite
The Traverse is an easy favorite among SUV fans because it is no-frills, and whatever functionalities it promises to give, it delivers. It can comfortably squeeze in and carry as many as seven to eight adult passengers, who can adjust the second-row seating according to their comfort level and preference.
A Look at Your Options
At the most basic level, the Base LS, you can expect 17-inch steel wheels, roof rails for additional cargo space, rear spoilers, 60/40-split folding back row seats, cruise control, and a host of other safety features like a rearview camera.
Move up to a trim level higher, the 1LS, and you’ll get an additional satellite radio and all-wheel driver. Moving on up to the 1LT level will then give you 18-inch alloy wheels, front seat-mounted airbags, foglights, rear parking sensors, remote start, eight-way power driver seat, and heated outside mirrors.
Next in line is the 2 LT, which includes everything you’ve read above thus far, plus some more exciting items like the power-folding mirrors, 20-inch alloy wheels, blind-spot monitoring system, lane departure alert, and heated steering wheel. Don’t be too quick to think that that’s all there is to it, because there is so much more.
For the final, and the top, trim level, you get the LTZ model equipped with ventilated front seats, all leather upholstery, panoramic sunroof, 10-speaker surround-sound audio system, and even a towing package.
Needless,to say, Chevrolet certainly wasn’t kidding when they said they’d give you options. To have a closer look at the 2016 Chevrolet Traverse, visit your nearest dealer serving El Paso, TX.