In the 2013 model year, the Traverse is entering its fifth model year, which is the ordinary time period for a revive. Chevy is being mindful so as not to shake up things a lot by simply adding slight touches to the outside, keeping it from falling behind different models. The inside was another point of convergence of this overhaul, as Chevy tries to make the Traverse a vehicle that the entire family can appreciate riding in.
With the Traverse coming into an amazingly swarmed SUV domain, which incorporates the recently upgraded 2013 Ford Explorer and the 2013 Honda Pilot , Chevy needs to get together with something that the others don’t. To get directly to the point, Chevy hasn’t made an incredible showing with regards to with keeping its SUVs at the front of the class. We should see what sort of data GM is giving us before its New York Auto Show discharge.
The essential body style of the Traverse continues as before, yet Chevy unquestionably rolled out some required improvements. The most discernible of changes it the grille. Gone is the honeycomb grille and enter in a three bar primary grille and a two bar lower grille. In the focal point of the primary grille is a generally vast Chevy Bowtie token. The upper grille still bears comparable chrome trimming to the 2012 model, yet now the front end is set off with the extra chrome around the new lower grille.
Chevy likewise marginally restyled the headlights, giving them an edgier look. Alongside the headlights, Chevy scrapped the 2012’s mist lights for more slender ones on the 2013 Traverse. Another discernible contrast is the more adapted hood, supplanting the insipid hood on the 2012 model year.
Toward the back of the Traverse, Chevy supplanted the odd looking taillights with a more a la mode set of lenses that simply fit better in the new SUV market. Chevy additionally included a stage style guard and a chrome trim piece to the back of the recently restyled Traverse.
From the front and back, the 2013 Traverse has perceptible contrasts from the 2012, however from a side profile, they are fundamentally the same as. It would seem that Chevy was attempting to do sufficiently only to attract more purchasers without losing its current business sector. The inside was Chevy’s primary center, growing general openness and seating capacities. The 2013 Traverse brags as much as 116.3 cubic feet of payload space with the third column seats evacuated and the second line collapsed down. With simply the third line seats expelled you have 70.3 cubic-feet of space and up to 24.4 cubic feet of space with the majority of the seats upright and introduced.
For 2014, the Traverse increases double USB ports on the posterior of the inside console for gadget charging in the second line. The 2013 Traverse’s inside feels far unique in relation to the 2012 model, as Chevy picked higher-end materials. It likewise includes delicate touch surfaces on the instrument board and top side of the front entryway boards, so gone are the shoddy looking hard plastic supplements. It additionally highlights differentiating sewing to add a more in vogue look, silver accents all through and blue surrounding lighting.
Chevy even updated the front seats, giving them articulating headrests that slide up, down, forward, and in reverse to give a definitive solace. Likewise new on the Traverse is an eight-way power traveler’s seat. When you move up to the LT and LTZ models, you will likewise get standard wood trim.
The 2013 Traverse’s inside console includes a stereo unit with a 6.5-inch LCD touch screen. Additionally accessible in the Traverse’s infotainment framework is Chevrolet’s MyLink framework, which permits you to interface a cell phone for without hands calling, and gushing web radio. The middle reassure additionally includes bigger and more open to feeling atmosphere control handles.
Chevrolet Traverse LTZ 2013 Design Interior Exterior