The 2017 Chevrolet Traverse is one of the best General Motor's best minivans with ample passenger space. The latest vehicle is designed for eight-maximum cargo space. The newest Chevy minivan owns active safety technologies.
The latest Chevrolet Traverse has a 3.6L V6 engine with six-speed automatic FWD and AWD transmission. The Chevy has sharp steering and better handling. According to Car and Driver, the minivan has 9.8 tons of CO2 Emissions and EPA Greenhouse Gas Score.
The drivetrain transmission is in the Front Wheel Drive. The newest Chevy has an automatic 2.88 reverse ratio and 3.16 final drive axle ratio. The direct injection has fuel system with 281 SAE net horsepower at 6300 rpm and 266 SAE net torque at 3400 rpm.
According to The Car Connection, the Chevy has Coil-Over Strut front suspension. It has Linked H-Arm rear suspension with coil springs. The Chevy minivan has P245/70R17 front and rear tire size. It has steel front, rear, and spare wheel material.
The Chevrolet Traverse has power rack-and-pinion steering type. It has four-wheel brake ABS with 12.8 front brakes and 13.0 rear brake control. The latest minivan comes with 118.90 wheelbases.
The upcoming Chevy has a stunning infotainment, includes an Audio system, and Color Touch AM/FM radio with CD player 6.5 inches diagonal touch-screen display. It comes with audio system feature and standard speaker system with auxiliary input jack and USB port.
The 2017 Chevrolet Traverse has SiriusXM Satellite Radio and OnStar 4G LTE. The Chevy minivan is built with Wi-Fi and 4G LTE speeds connection. It has Bluetooth, four-way manual driver with manual lumbar control, two-way manual front passenger interior with the stunning audio system.
The Chevrolet Traverse has StabiliTrak, traction control, and stability control system. It also features Daytime Running Lamps. The minivan is well equipped with air bags, includes frontal and side-impact for driver and passenger. It also has front passenger air bag suppression. The 2017 Chevrolet Traverse release date will be in fall of 2017.