The new Chevy Traverse is here at West Chevy of Knoxville, and it has been in high demand! The refresh for the 2022 model includes revised styling and some great new safety features such as lane-keep assist, automated emergency braking, pedestrian detection, and automatic high-beam headlamps. We also know that you’ll love the convenience of the available power liftgate, and three rows of comfortable seating.
These features make the new Traverse the ideal family vehicle with familiar Bow-tie brand swagger, towing up to 5,000 pounds when properly equipped, and a drive mode selector allowing you to drive in any conditions. The LT Trim has captured the staff at Motorbiscuit.com’s attention, impressing them with the second-row captain’s chairs, power-adjustable driver’s seat, and fog lights and roof rails included.
This is THE premier vehicle in the family-SUV market. Whether your mission is shuttling for the soccer team, commuting to work, or hitting the road for a long trip, the Traverse will always be a top contender. The V6 always impresses with its gritty power, and pairs perfectly with the smooth shifts courtesy of the nine-speed automatic transmission.
With the standard second-row bench, there is seating for eight passengers, and the comfy twin captain’s seats in the second row make room for seven. The kids in the back will be able to spread out as well as be fully entertained, as new this year is an optional eight-inch digital display in the instrument cluster that works in conjunction with the standard central touchscreen display. The 2022 Traverse will also feature Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration, with a twin-panel sunroof and brand-new rear power sunshade.
Now stretching out over 204 inches, the Traverse has 10 inches on the competing Toyota Highlander. You’ll be sailing in tech-supported glory with the full suite of active safety systems now standard and GM’s OnStar connected services with 4G LTE and in-vehicle Wi-Fi. As you move up to higher trims, you get to enjoy leather upholstery, the power liftgate, and a fully-upgraded audio experience. This year’s Traverse comes standard with front-wheel drive, with AWD optional. The Traverse High Country boasts the addition of a dual-clutch transfer system that can adjust the torque going to each individual rear wheel, which prevents dangerous slippage.