2020 Chevrolet traverse
One thing that might help you is the price difference from L to High Country. Even before adding any extra features, there is a double-digit jump in price from the L model to the High Country model.
With seating up to eight, a bad seat doesn’t exist. There is plenty of room in the front passenger seat along with the second and third rows.
As mentioned in the, “Model Options” you can choose from cloth or leather, and either choice is a good choice.
Some would say that the interior isn’t as appealing as its competitors but I would definitely argue against that.
If you have a big family, it makes a great everyday vehicle.
This SUV is such a smooth ride that has a kick to it. With a quick acceleration it is great for merging onto a freeway. And you will also enjoy a very quiet drive.
It combines for 21 MPG city/highway, which is decent for its class. A V6 engine is standard across all trims. View Inventory at Sanger Chevrolet Buick GMC.
Tech and Safety
A new, great safety addition to the 2020 Traverse is the Buckle-To-Drive feature. This is aimed at teenage/younger drivers, to remind them to buckle their seat belts before putting the car into drive.
LATCH, Lane Keep Assist, and OnStar are just a few other safety features.
If you have a family, large or small or it is just you, the traverse is definitely worth taking on a test drive. You will love all the cargo room, the smooth acceleration, and drive. You can feel safe in the vehicle no matter where you are, with OnStar and/or wifi to get you connected. View Inventory at Sanger Chevrolet Buick GMC.