2018 Chevrolet Traverse Review — Cars.com

Outside, the SUV wears burly, truck-like styling, borrowing some design cues from the larger Chevrolet Tahoe. Inside, room is ample in all three rows, though the seats themselves aren’t exactly the most comfortable.

The Traverse’s cabin is loaded with technology, from its Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity to its 4G LTE connectivity for device streaming. Charging devices isn’t a problem either; the model we tested had six USB ports. Overall, families will find a lot to like about the new Chevrolet Traverse, from its more comfortable road manners to its feature-filled cabin.

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