There’s no shock that Chevrolet has one of the most well-rounded SUV lineups in the business, with six nameplates under the brand’s belt. With crossovers on the rise in current U.S. market trends, it seems only reasonable that Chevy would take the Traverse – a full-size crossover – and give it a modern remake. As a result, the new 2018 Traverse recently made its auto show debut at the recent North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
The new Traverse is said to offer more truck-like proportions, harkening back to the crossover’s SUV-inspired roots. With a larger overall size, the next-generation model was designed to deliver more space and more versatility than ever for America’s families. The 2018 Traverse will also be receiving a new 3.6-liter V6 that gives the vehicle a 10% improvement over current models when it comes to fuel economy. Estimated fuel numbers claim it will get around 25 mpg on the highway.
The new 2017 Traverse was engineered to give the nameplate an extra edge over the competition by breathing new life into its design. A number of other vehicles within the same segment outsold the Chevrolet Traverse in the previous sales year, and an improved and more modern offering will likely draw consumers to the nameplate with new powertrain and technology options.