Thanksgiving has passed, but the holidays are still barrelling down on many of us. With all the shopping for gifts or even just holiday travel to be with your loved ones, a vehicle with a lot of space comes in handy. This week, we’re highlighting the 2018 Chevrolet Traverse. With six trims to choose from, all of which have over 90 cubic-feet of space, there’s plenty of room for everyone and cargo.
The 2018 Chevrolet Traverse can seat up to eight people comfortably and with plenty of space for room to stretch. Here’s a look at the Traverse without the eight-passenger option for a good idea of what this crossover looks like when fully packed.
And that’s with sports equipment in the back and a spare front passenger seat. Let’s not forgot some of the great amenities and features that add convenience and comfort for today’s vehicles. Triple-zone automatic climate control is standard throughout the lineup so the driver, front passengers, and rear seat passengers can keep cool no matter what trim you get. If looking to keep a little warm during this surprisingly cold winter, a heated steering wheel, heated front seats, and heated rear seats can be found available on select trims. For extra seating space, eight-passenger seating is standard on the LS and optional on other trims.
Need to carry some extra cargo? No problem. The 2018 Chevrolet Traverse has up to 98.2 cubic-feet of space free with all of the rear seats folded down. Plus a little underfloor storage compartment can be found in the rear and in front of the passenger seat for keeping valuables hidden from prying eyes. There’s also a small compartment behind the touchscreen - no one will think of looking there. Check out this fully loaded crossover.
Just a quick look at the safety features. With all this talk about keeping cargo and valuables safe, check out the kind of safety found on the Chevy Traverse to keep your real valuables safe - your passengers. Front-end safety for the 2018 Chevrolet Traverse include - forward collision alert, front pedestrian braking, low speed forward automatic braking, lane keep assist with lane departure warning forward automatic braking, and adaptive cruise control. The rear-end is just as loaded with a rear vision camera, rear cross traffic alert, lane change alert with side blind zone alert, rear park assist, a rear camera in the rearview mirror, and surround vision for a virtual bird’s eye view of one’s surroundings. Wow that’s a lot, and if buying or leasing for a teen driver, rest assured that Chevrolet vehicles come with a Teen Driver mode to keep new drivers in-check while on the road.
Seems the 2018 Chevrolet Traverse crossover is ready to handle the holidays. Are you? Build your own Chevrolet Traverse at NowCar today.