2013 Chevrolet Traverse LT 4dr SUV w/2LT (3.6L 6cyl 6A)
I bought a new Traverse last month and I really like car, except for the headrest.
The headrest sticks out so far, it gives me a pain the neck.
There is no way to turn it around, or have it go far enough back to not cause the problem.
So when you test the drive, be aware of this and make sure you fit into the seat as it is designed.
I like the space and seating options.
My wife loves the look and exterior design of the car.
Fix the headrest, so you can turn it around.
Also need to continue to work on the MyLink software so it pairs completely with Samsung phones.
There is no manual entry for contacts to enable hands-free calling, so make sure your phone can sync completely with the system.
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