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2024 Chevy Traverse

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  • Overview

    A grey 2024 Chevy Traverse Z71 is shown angled left.

    The 2024 Chevy Traverse has been overhauled for the new model year, maintaining the same spacious options as before but introducing greater capability. A brand new trim option has joined the lineup, adding the thrill we all want from our SUV. A gussied-up RS trim becomes the top dog of the Traverse trims and offers a sporty and exhilarating alternative. From hood to trunk, the Traverse is a showstopper, with plenty more to offer inside.

    Safety is a defining factor of the Traverse, with copious safety features—many of them standard. Whether you are a new driver or have seen your fair share of miles, the Traverse has everything you need to feel more confident on the road. Considering its size and power, confidence is key when driving an SUV.

    The Traverse is capacious, inside and out, with ample seating and cargo space. Flexible seating solutions and convenient adaptability elevate the Traverse’s overall appeal. With a refresh only a few years ago, it might come as a surprise that Chevy has chosen to have another go at the Traverse. Thankfully, the upgrades and changes have been an overwhelming success, producing a vehicle you like being in for every ride to come.

    Available in four trims, the Traverse addresses a variety of lifestyles. Starting with the LS and RT, the Traverse also offers two trims with more unique personalities. The RS provides a sporty twist for added excitement, and the Z71 delivers a more adventurous endeavor. Ultimately, you cannot go wrong with the 2024 Chevy Traverse.

    8

    Seating (max)

    22.9

    Cargo Volume (cu.ft.)

    5,000

    Towing Capacity (lbs)

    Starting at

    $39,000[a]

  • Performance

    A grey 2024 Chevy Traverse Z71 is shown parked overlooking a mountain view.

     

    Bold on the outside and powerful on the inside, the all-new Chevy Traverse is a force to be reckoned with. Sporting a new turbocharged, four-cylinder engine, the Traverse proudly pumps out a max of 328 horses and tops out at 326 lb.-ft. of torque. The aggressive 2.5L engine is a welcome replacement for the Traverse's previous engine option, giving it the extra fight it needs. Mated with a velvety smooth eight-speed automatic transmission, driving the refreshed Traverse is a dream.

    Part of that dream comes in the form of the newest addition to the Traverse family—the all-new Z71. The sporty and capable Z71 trim is designed to take you beyond where others stop, opening the door to an adventurous side of your personality you had forgotten about. Inside and out, the Z71 has been equipped with extra features to make it a unique ride. No matter how far off the beaten path you’re looking to go, Z71 is up for the challenge. Although the rest of the Traverse trims come with a smooth-talking eight-speed transmission, the Z71 puts a little more get-up-and-go in its version with a dual-clutch and includes all-wheel drive.

    If you thought the automotive world was black and white, gas-powered and electric, and automatic or manual—think again. The automotive world is full of in-between areas and that is where some of the greatest driving moments can live. The Z71's dual-clutch lives in this in-between space, borrowing convenience from the automatic transmission and throwing in an elevated driving experience that is more like you get with a manual transmission. Ultimately, though, the twin clutch is a beast of its own, using two clutches that operate separately but work in unison. With two clutches, shifting is fast and smooth so you can enjoy an undisrupted driving experience.

    With uniquely tuned off-road suspension, tow hooks, and strategically placed skid plates, the Z71 is ready to take on the challenges that lie ahead. The LS, RT, and RS are also ready to show off some might, perhaps not off-road but with other skills like towing. All-wheel drive is standard on the Z71 but available on the other trims and is a nice addition which can help out when hauling trailers or rec equipment. The Traverse offers a robust 5,000 pounds of max towing, showing up for the work at hand.

  • Technology

    A close up of the infotainment screen in a 2024 Chevy Traverse Z71 is shown.

     

    With a best-in-class display, it should be no surprise that the Traverse is a technological playground designed to increase convenience, comfort, and safety. Whether you are looking for a vehicle to take the ho-hum out of your daily commute or you want a vehicle that will take your family from home to school in safety and comfort, the Traverse is a good option for you. Everything revolves around its driver-centric dash and stack, with a colossal 17.7-inch infotainment screen. This touchscreen is your hub for all in-cabin activities.

    The Traverse is powered by Google and offers the latest connectivity programs for convenience. Wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto allow for seamless integration of your compatible smart devices. Making calls is easy with the Traverse’s Enhanced Voice Recognition and Voice Command Pass-Through to Phone, both of which improve the ease of hands-free communication.

    Available options, like a Wireless Smartphone Charging Pad have the user in mind. This mess-free solution to the low-battery blues is great for long car rides or catching up on all the social media gossip with your family. The Traverse is even available with Wi-Fi Hotspot capabilities, turning your vehicle into a virtual coffee shop. No more using up all your data or looking for a library parking lot—your vehicle is your ultimate Wi-Fi hub.

    Google Assistant is part of the package, allowing you access to some of the most convenient and practical tech programs. Between your phone, your computer, your tablet, and your car, you can have constant and seamless access to your essential Google applications and information. Create to-do lists that can follow you from place to place or access maps when you should have taken that turn a few stops back. The duo of Chevy and Google is powerful and the Traverse is proof of that.

  • Safety

    A red 2024 Chevy Traverse is shown from the side parked in a driveway.

     

    There are plenty of reasons people choose an SUV and safety is at the top of that list. Thanks to their overall design, SUVs are safe, and with all of the latest upgrades and advancements being made in that segment, there is a safety app for just about everything. Consider the Teen Driver program, which is unique to Chevy. Keep track of the young drivers in your life, while also providing a unique opportunity to instill above-average driving habits without lifting a finger.

    All Traverse trims come standard with Chevy Safety Assist. This suite of safety features are designed for everyone—inexperienced or not—and offer a collection of features to help you stay safe. The Traverse offers everything from safety tech designed to keep you focused on the road ahead—like Lane Keep Assist with Lane Departure Warning—to features like the Intellibeam High Beam Assist. This is just the beginning of the safety features that come standard in the Traverse, putting it at the head of the class when it comes to safety.

    An HD Rear Vision Camera makes it easy to run everyday errands or make that long drive home from work. Reversing is safer, providing a clear view of the area behind you. Whether you are backing out of a parking spot at the grocery store or intending to switch lanes on the highway, the high-definition camera will help you feel more at ease. Other innovative programs include Traffic Sign Recognition and Safety Alert Seat. Both passive and active safety functions work around the clock to keep you and your loved ones safe inside the Chevy Traverse.

    A new safety feature available on the Traverse is the Rear Seat Belt Reminder, a simple yet highly effective idea. Seatbelt safety became the center of conversation some time back, prior to which seatbelts were treated more like an optional safety measure. Now, with so much research backing the importance of seatbelts and their roles in protecting you during an accident, more and more car manufacturers are doing their part to ensure people buckle up. The Traverse is a trendsetter and this year’s trend is safety.

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