Put the 2019 Chevrolet Traverse at the top of your shopping list if you’re looking for three row seating for up to eight passengers, plenty of cargo space, good power, and surprisingly solid fuel economy. You can also opt for high end finishes with many family friendly features.
Exterior and Interior
Outdoors, the 2019 Chevrolet Traverse gets a new Premier badge on the hatchback, as well as new bright cross rails on the Premier (1LZ) and High Country (2LZ) models with the Hit The Road kit. For the previous model year, the roof racks were black and the black units are now only available on the LT, RS and Redline Edition models. Eliminating exterior changes involves removing the machined face from the 18 inch bright silver aluminum wheels. The units have been combined with the 2FL and 1LT trim levels, and these models will now come standard with 18 inch glossy silver painted aluminum wheels.
The most noticeable change in 2019 Chevrolet Traverse is that the user activated heated flywheel is replaced by the new automatic thermal flywheel, which turns on automatically when automatic activation is activated. The other changes are made to the packages. First, the freight package no longer includes the integrated loading liner at the LPO, which will now be included in the inner packaging. And secondly, the Premium Carpet Mat group is now only available in High Country (2LZ) models. In Traverse 2018, it was available in LS, LT and 1LZ.
The largest crossover SUV in the Chevrolet range is no longer a line 3 also run. With its 3.6 liter V6 engine producing 310 horsepower and weighing about 350 pounds less than the previous generation, the 3.6 liter V6 engine is more than enough. The engine is synchronized with a smooth 9 speed automatic change that always seems to find the right speed. Downward changes are made quickly and smoothly, making it easier to enter highways and highways. The Chevrolet offers an alternative to the 2019 version of the Traverse RS, a turbocharged 2.0 liter inline 4 cylinder engine. The disadvantage, especially for snowy climates, is that the turbo 4 is offered only in front wheel drive. What’s particularly impressive about 2019 Chevrolet Traverse is how it maintains its balance on rough roads without bending over corners. Believe in a well tuned electric power steering system that offers all the comfort you need on the road. It’s not a sports car, but it maintains a good balance for a family ride.
Price and Release Date
The Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) for the 2019 Chevrolet Traverse L front wheel drive is only just under $ 30,900 when you include the destination fee of $ 945. It is expected that most buyers will move on the market, primarily to the best equipped Traverse LS, which starts at just under $ 33,000. LT models with fabric seats start at around $ 35,500, and the LT model with leather seats and other desirable features starts at just over $ 42,000. The 2019 Chevrolet Traverse RS turbo sports car starts at around $ 43,000, while the Premier is an expensive but competitive vehicle with $ 45,400. At its launch of the new 2019 Cheevrolet Traverse, Chevrolet also added a new front line model, High Country, incorporating features such as standard double clutch traction on all wheels and support for automatic parking, while pushing the $ 53,000 expensive label. But as we have seen with some competitors like the Ford Explorer Platinum and GMC Acadia Denali, there are buyers looking for all the possible features. Be sure to check the purchase price just paid KBB.com to see what others in your area, and note that it is too early to say how strong will be the depreciation of the 2019 Chevrolet Traverse.