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Chevrolet Traverse

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You can find 125 different trims/engines for the Chevrolet Traverse and their corresponding recommended towing capacity.

The years available stretch from 2009 through to 2022 and to view the towing capacity you just click to expand.

The Chevrolet Traverse is a large crossover SUV that has been manufactured by Chevrolet since 2008. There have been two generations, with the second being released in 2018.

It features the typical configuration found in all large SUVs, being a 5-door vehicle with either front-wheel or all-wheel-drive. It is also built on the C1XX platform, the same one used for the GMC Acadia.

The Traverse is often considered a smaller version of the full-size Chevrolet Tahoe. Outside of Chevrolet, competition comes from the Kia Telluride, Ford Explorer, and Honda Pilot.

Unlike many of Chevrolet's other relatively older models, the Traverse has very streamlined options in terms of powertrains. The first generation was available with only two versions of a 3.6-liter LLT V6 that was mated with a 6-speed automatic transmission.

Second-generation models came with the choice of either a turbocharged 2-liter LTG inline-4 or a 3.6-liter LFY V6. However, the smaller engine was discontinued in 2019. Both of these powertrains were mated to a 9-speed automatic gearbox.

Trim levels in the second-generation models are the same as those found in many other Chevrolet offerings. These are the base L, followed by LS, LT1, LT2, Premier, High Country, and finally the RS. Unlike some other RS offerings, this is mostly a cosmetic option.

There is also the additional Redline package for Premier models, which includes unique black styling and red accents throughout the SUV.

The 2022 model was given a facelift, which included reshaping exterior features to be more in line with other iconic Chevrolet SUVs, being the Tahoe and Suburban. These included an updated grille, headlights, and taillights. There were also a number of technology upgrades.