2016 Chevrolet Traverse Fuel economy, News - Chevrolet Cars Review
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2016 Chevrolet Traverse Fuel economy, News, Standard features include automatic headlights, 17″ steel wheels, rear spoiler, roof rails, front and rear air conditioning, Bluetooth connectivity, cruise control, 6.5″ touchscreen display, rearview camera, 6 speaker sound system, front wheel drive and all wheel drive for higher trim models, rear parking sensors, fog lights, remote start and basically all the features you would expect in a modern GM model. The car has a comfortable, composed and quiet ride on the road, it’s large cargo space is unrivaled in the market making it a leader in families especially those who love hiking and picnics as it provides enough space for their luggage even with the third low seats in place. This makes the manufacturer stand out in the market for family cars.The 2016 Traverse comes with a 3.6 liter, V6 engine which is not bad for its class of vehicles. It is not considered as one of the best in performance on the road but still not bad considering it’s an ideal model for families. The LTZ comes with dual exhausts. Its EPA fuel economy is estimated at 19 MPG. The 2016 Chevrolet Traverse safety also happens to be well thought out, probably because of the target market as a family car. The traverse happens to win crash tests in the market. It is the first vehicle in the market to come with front centre side airbag. Other safety features include hill-start assist, a rearview camera system, curtain side bags, lane alert, forward collision alert, rear cross traffic alert. The features make it almost impossible to cause an accident for a sober driver.The 2016 Chevrolet Traverse pricing is quite affordable as it ranges from $30,000 to $40,000 depending where you order it from. The average price on the manufacturer’s website is at $36,000. The Traverse is therefore highly recommended for both family or staff van use and is surely not going to disappoint. It is already available on the market.
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