2009 Chevrolet Traverse
There are 3 user reviews for the LTZ FWD trim shown below
- Fuel economy is excellent for this size vehicle. Quiet and smooth ride. Luxury interior.
- The price of the LTZ model
Purchased As New
I bought this vehicle this summer and immediately drove it from Louisiana to Colorado. There was plenty of room for 4 adults with no problem what so ever. The ride in the Rocky Mountains was unbelievable. The ease at which we "Traversed" the mountains was effortless. The smooth quiet ride and the On Star navigational system was fantastic....read morehide
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- Chrome, Navigation, XM 3mo, Onstar, Bluetooth, Power Everything, Heat/Cool seats, Full Adult 3rd row
- Plastic interior, V6 power vs. V8, 2nd row Captain Chairs don't swivel, No running boards
Purchased As New
After 1 week of ownership and 500 miles, I still can't get over how great this car is. Drive is smoothe on the 20in tires, no interior noise, minor rattle from the glove box (plastic). Traded a 01 Chevy Malibu LS in for this grocery getter. Fuel economy is only about 7 miles worse than the Malibu. I have been averaging about 20-21 mpg mixed. Parks great with tilt mirrors and the backup camera with sensors. 1 gear is a little short, but I guess a v6 pulling a 5000 lb auto has to be. But once it's in 6th, ride is GREAT. Navigation takes a little while to get used to, since I had been using a TOMTOM. My dealer put Bridgestone Dueler H/L Alenza tires on ,they are the top o the line,and I have the EXACT same tire on My 07 Avalanche. Financing was flawless, would have liked to get My Chevy Credit and 0 percent financing, but 0 percent for 5 years saves a ton of money. Love the blind spot mirror inside the regular mirrors. Electronic Cruise Control works great on the highway and looking forward to more family drives. Would have preferred get a blue LTZ, but I could not find one in 200 mile radius....read morehide
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- Power, quality of the options included, smooth comfortable ride, and roominess/storage
- I've yet to find anything I'm unhappy with
I had been researching crossovers (seating for 7), considering the Mazda CX9, Toyota Highlander, and Lexus Rx350. My husband wasn't sure about a crossover (since we own a Titan and previously owned a Yukon) but was totally won over after our test drive. The roominess is amazing (we opted for the bucket seats in the 2nd row) and I have enough room for our Boxer and groceries.
I love that I was able to get the Traverse fully loaded for less than the other crossovers, I'm completely satisfied with my purchase :)...read morehide
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