2021 Chevy Traverse Reviews

February 16th, 2021 by
2021 Chevy Traverse EXT driving at night

The new 2021 Chevy Traverse is a popular SUV amongst Garden City families for its spacious, three-row interior and strong performance capabilities. Not only is this 8-passenger SUV all the rage amongst everyday drivers, but automotive experts also sing high praise for the Traverse, making it a standout vehicle in its class. Check out the Chevrolet Traverse reviews with Gordon Chevrolet, Inc. to find out what the automotive experts have to say about this SUV. 

2021 Chevrolet Traverse Reviews: The Highlights 

  • “The Chevrolet Traverse is a tempting vehicle for families, thanks to its extra interior room and a starting price that undercuts most competitors. We also like its standard V6 engine, the ability to tow up to 5,000 pounds, and seating for seven or eight passengers.”–Kelley Blue Book®
  • “It has a capable V6 engine, gets decent gas mileage, and provides a cushioned ride, even over rough roads. Few SUVs in any class have as much cargo space, and the Traverse can accommodate adults in all three rows. The infotainment tech is user-friendly as well.”–Cars.USNews.com
  • “The Traverse offers abundant space for adults, child seats, water bottles and whatever else you can think of. There’s 23 cubic feet of luggage space behind the upright third row, which is more than what most rivals offer.”–Edmunds.com

Why is the Traverse so Popular Amongst Garden City Drivers?

As mentioned previously, the new Chevy Traverse is ideal for growing Livonia families due to its roomy, 8-passenger cabin. As stated by the experts at Motor Trend, “The Chevrolet Traverse flies further under the radar than most mid-size three-row crossovers, but that doesn’t mean it has little to offer families. Along with a quiet ride, it boasts sharp handling and more cargo space than its competitors—mostly because it’s huge. (And buyers looking to haul people and cargo will never turn down more space.)”

Along with its spacious interior that ensures optimum comfort during Canton drives, the Traverse also offers amenities such as an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto integration. 

Traverse Safety Ratings

One of the most important Chevy Traverse reviews is of its safety features. The 2021 Traverse scored a 5-star rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), and it comes equipped with innovative safety technologies such as electronic stability control, teen driver settings, traction control, lane keep assist, and so many more. 

Explore the Chevrolet Traverse at Gordon Chevrolet, Inc.

Now that you’ve read the Chevy Traverse reviews, stop by our dealership near Plymouth to review this SUV in person! Our expert sales staff is always available to answer any questions you may have on the Chevy Traverse. Before you stop by, you can even apply for financing to get pre-approved. Contact us today if you have any questions!

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