Chevy has announced pricing for the refreshed Traverse three-row SUV.
It now starts at $34,895 for the base LS trim level with a V-6 engine and front-wheel drive.
The top trim remains the High Country, which starts at $52,395.
The Chevy Traverse enters 2022 with a revised appearance and a higher starting price, as the base L trim level has been eliminated from the lineup and the 2022 Traverse LS now kicks things off at $34,895. That's $3900 higher than the 2021 model's starting price but just a $500 increase when comparing equivalent trim levels.
All 2022 Traverse SUVs come standard with front-wheel drive and a 3.6-liter V-6 engine, while all-wheel drive is a $2000–$3800 option depending on trim level. The LT is one step above the LS and starts at $37,395 with cloth upholstery or at $41,095 with leather upholstery and other additional equipment.
The Traverse RS features slightly sportier styling and starts at $45,395, while the Premier ($47,795) and High Country ($52,395) models bring in more luxury equipment. There is also a $995 Midnight/Sport appearance package available on the LS and LT.
Like in other GM models, Chevy will be temporarily giving Traverse customers a $75 discount while models are being produced without a wireless phone charger due to the chip shortage. The refreshed Traverse was initially released as a 2021 model but GM then postponed the update until the 2022 model year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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