Chevrolet is the brand of family school buses, as it has three three-row SUVs. Among that trio is the 2021 Chevrolet Traverse. Placed alongside the Suburban and Tahoe in the showroom, the Chevrolet Traverse differs from other SUVs by offering a more carlike driving experience that means it does not look or drives like a truck. The vehicle has an adequately powerful 3.6-liter V-6 that runs smoothly and quietly under the hood, and it can also accommodate up to eight passengers in its spacious cabin. Infotainment tech is are also plenty in the 2021 Chevrolet Traverse, even on the base model.
A strong V-6 engine gives the 2021 Chevrolet Traverse its legs, and a slick-shifting nine-speed automatic transmission switches gears silently. The 3.6-liter V-6 pulls sharply and the Traverse is on the faster end of its class. The cabin of the vehicle is so quiet that you need to have a glance at the tachometer to be sure that the engine is running while at a stoplight. The 2021 Chevrolet Traverse features the most seamless automatic stop-start feature that has been tested. When parking or steering at low speed, the Traverse feels every bit its size.
The 2021 Chevrolet Traverse provides spacious accommodations for seven or eight passengers, adding a third row sized for adults. Chevrolet’s six-tier model lineup offers a lot of options for buyers, and the additional features increase with the price. As for space, we found out that six carry-on suitcases can fit behind the third row, which is very impressive for this segment.
USB ports are cordially placed throughout the Traverse’s cabin, and the SUV’s infotainment system is quite easy to use and quick to respond, with colorful graphics, a high-mounted touchscreen, standard Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto capability.
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