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2010 Chevrolet Traverse SUV LT2 4dr SUV AWD (3.6L 6cyl 6A)
Very fun to drive--doesn't feel like 5,000 pounds. Towed ATVs through mountain roads smoothly. Quiet. Backup camera a must. In fixing the reluctance to downshift, they went too far and mileage suffers. Getting 15 city and 21 highway despite very moderate driving. Overall, very enjoyable and functional vehicle.
backup camera, mirrors, ride/handling, Bose sound system
Downshifts too easily-->poor mileage. Can't use recirc on HVAC if air going to floor vents. Manual shifting is a joke because you can't influence upshifts.
2010 Chevrolet Traverse SUV LS 4dr SUV AWD (3.6L 6cyl 6A)
I thought I had found the perfect vehicle to replace my 2003 Suburban. Not towing anymore so I could get by with a smaller vehicle and have been shopping around. I drove the Traverse today and it is beautiful and rated 5* in the crash tests. Also a smooth and quiet ride. Problem is I simply cannot stand the headrest. They only adjust up and down and need to be moved back because they push the drivers and passengers head forward in an uncomfortable position. It's the same on the Buick Enclave and GMC Acadia, which are built on the same platform. GM, fix this problem and you will have a star on your hands, otherwise you'll have unhappy customers and lose sales.
Everything but the headrests. I would have given all 9's if that had not been a BIG problem.
2010 Chevrolet Traverse SUV LT2 4dr SUV (3.6L 6cyl 6A)
I just put 4000 miles on the Traverse, driving 10-12 hours at time. It is a great vehicle and handles well. GM could not have done better. Glad I did not buy anything else. I have had people stop me and ask me about the Traverse, I tell them I love it and would buy another.
Handling, ride comfort, styling, seating for more than 6, quality of construction
Better fuel economy, but it is better than anything else the same size. I am getting 21.5
2010 Chevrolet Traverse SUV LT1 4dr SUV (3.6L 6cyl 6A)
Where to start, after only a few weeks of owning this thing its started having problems. 1st thing it will literally jerk you off the road! It jerks to the right it jerks to the left. Once it shot me completely into the opposite lane! That being the worse problem the Cruise control works when it wants to an shuts off when it doesn't want to, the speedometer drops 20 miles at random. When you shut the doors it sounds like the window will break. You cant have the back Windows down unless the front Windows are down because its so loud, it makes a chopping sound and vibration. And don't crack the Windows in the rain it will dump water all over you. The airflow coming in through the vehicle smells
the way it looks and the day i'm rid of this $36,000 lemon. i bought this for my family to have a safe vehicle, its anything but. how can i drive it when i don't know what it will do next?
Start over or just quit all together. oh, here's one, help your customers 4 trips to the dealer later no help, matter of fact they say there's Nothing Wrong! I hope this helps someone.
2010 Chevrolet Traverse SUV LT1 4dr SUV AWD (3.6L 6cyl 6A)
Went to dealer looking at AWD SUVs and 4x4 trucks. Chose this as it seated 8 and in AWD ofered 23 MPG Highway as well as 16 MPG City. On a 1000+ mile trip I got 17-18 MPG highway. During the trip I drove to the beach and on flat sandy terrain the AWD system would only engage all wheels at very very low speed. I drive an AWD escape at work and it engages all wheels with no issues, my brothers Jeep also engages all wheels with no issues. I was so disappointed with this vehicle that I traded it in for a new Silverado a month later. I get the same MPG, but have a truck that is capable of much more, however I am now upside down on the trade. Wish GM was more honest with MPG claims.
8 Passenger seating, looks
MPG, Make a better AWD system, rear seat headrests are not removable causes child seats to tilt forward and makes them uncomfortable, and and did I mention MPG.