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The Traverse Comes Up a Winner Every Time

Autoblog:  “Unlike the Highlander, the Traverse actually has some usable space behind its third-row seat. Where the Traverse really shines is its driving dynamics.”

Boston Globe:  “It’s sophisticated, yet friendly, edgy without being offensive -attractive.”

NY Times:   “The Traverse‟s steering was more responsive than the Pilot‟s, and its shifts were smoother. While the Pilot felt like a big S.U.V., the Traverse acted like a particularly agile minivan —although G.M. has managed to keep the Traverse from looking like one.”

Popular Mechanics:    “It looks great, it’s easy to use as a family hauler and, most important to us, it actually provides a rewarding experience from that left front seat.”

USA Today:    “…the good looks, improved powertrain and straightforward presentation of styling and features make Traverse quite appealing.”

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AutoWeek:    “…the Traverse, which, quite simply, is one of the best vehicles–not just crossovers–on the market today.”

Chicago Sun-Times:   “The Traverse is a great family vehicle that‟s both stylish and functional. It‟s comfortable for short jaunts around town as well as hauling the family out on a road trip. It‟s nimble yet flexible, carlike yet capable.”

BusinessWeek:   “…the Traverse is a terrific winter vehicle. I test-drove my LTZ extensively on snowy and icy roads and it handled impeccably.”

Kudos to The Chevy Traverse
Best fuel economy of any 8-passenger Crossover
Best-in-Class cargo space
America‟s Best Crossover (vs. Highlander & Pilot)
5-Star Crash Test Safety Ratings (NHTSA)
IIHS “Top Safety Pick‟
Turn-by-Turn Navigation on Every Traverse (with OnStar)
Better highway fuel economy than Pilot
More seating than Highlander
More cargo space than Highlander, Pilot
More 3rd-row leg room than Pilot

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