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Trims and Powertrains

Look for four trim levels to represent the latest generation of the Traverse: LS, LT, Z71, and RS. The new engine, a 2.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder, replaces the V6 of old while increasing output to 328 horsepower and 326 pounds-feet of torque (for a boost of 18 hp and 60 lb.-ft. over the previous generation). An 8-speed automatic will be the sole transmission, and all-wheel drive will be offered as an upgrade over the standard front-wheel drive. The Traverse will tow up to 5,000 pounds with the right equipment. EPA estimates haven’t been published yet but should arrive closer to the availability time in early 2024.

Standard Features

The Traverse is expected to arrive with all-new front and rear lighting, a standard dual-exhaust system with bright chrome quad tips, and three new color options (Lakeshore Blue, Harvest Bronze, and Stardust). The LS and LT will have available Midnight and Sport Edition appearance packages. Among the standard interior features should be an 11-inch driver information center and six USB ports. Heated front and second-row outboard seats will be optional, as will a heated steering wheel, AutoSense Liftgate, a dual-glass panoramic sunroof with a power sunshade, Evotex simulated leather upholstery, and genuine leather upholstery.

For off-road enthusiasts, the Z71 will present an additional inch of ground clearance, extra track width for more stability and handling, all-terrain tires on 18-inch wheels, a better approach angle, an aluminum skid plate, red tow hooks, a twin-clutch AWD system, a drive-mode selector with Terrain setting, hill descent control, the standard trailering package, and special dampers. The top-of-the-line RS will blend the most desirable standard amenities with sporty elements, including 22-inch high-gloss-black aluminum wheels, an upgraded suspension, blackout accents (on the moldings, roof rails, and grille), a jet black-themed interior with red accents, and second-row one-touch power-folding seats.

Advanced Driver Aids

As part of this significant rehashing of the Traverse, Chevrolet has added more standard driver-assist technology within the Chevy Safety Assist suite. Look for the list to include automatic emergency braking, following distance indicator, forward collision alert, lane keep assist, lane departure warning, automatic high-beam headlights, front pedestrian alert, Buckle to Drive feature, Teen Driver software, and cyclist warning.
Some other features that are expected to be available should include an HD rear-vision camera, rear park assist, GM’s safety alert seat, lane change alert, blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, adaptive cruise control, blind-zone steering assist, speed limit assist, traffic sign recognition, side cyclist alert, rear pedestrian alert, intersection automatic emergency braking, and reverse automatic braking.

Infotainment and Connectivity

As mentioned, the 2024 Traverse’s 17.7-inch diagonal color touchscreen is the largest in its class – in fact, it’s two times the size of the largest available screen in the 2023 Traverse lineup. This system will have the expected features for smartphone connectivity and audio streaming, as well as an available Wi-Fi hotspot and wireless device charging.



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