New 2022 ChevroletTraverse Premier SUV

  • VIN: 1GNERKKW7NJ179655
  • Stock: 221183
On The Lot
at Seguin Chevrolet
Location Details
 
    Exterior Color
    Mosaic Black Metallic
    Interior Color
    Jet Black/Maple Sugar, Perforated leather-appointe
    Fuel Economy
    18/27 MPG City/Hwy
    Body
    SUV
    Transmission
    Automatic
    Drivetrain
    FWD
    Engine
    LFY 3.6L V6 SIDI VVT
    Chevrolet Traverse

    Dealer Notes

    To protect our Employees, Customers, and the General Public against the spread of COVID-19, Seguin Chevrolet is taking the extra steps necessary to maintain a healthy and sanitary workplace while still meeting customer's needs. Our dealership's management team continues to monitor information from state health authorities and the CDC for their guidelines and recommendations on how we can prevent the spread of this virus. Our Dealership will remain open, please let us know if you have any questions or how we can help! Thank you, and stay safe!
    Mosaic Black Metallic 2022 Chevrolet Traverse Premier FWD 9-Speed Automatic 3.6L V6 SIDI VVT

    Recent Arrival! 18/27 City/Highway MPG

    KBB.com Consumer Reviews

    Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
    Overall4.2Out of 5
    • So far...Awesome

      By Hockey Guy on Friday, October 27, 2017

      5.0
      I was worried about buying the first model year and I bought it the first week it was out, so I have 3,000 miles on it already. I have the Red Line package which I love, but it was expensive. So far, love the Traverse and could not be happier. I am coming from a Nissan Pathfinder and also looked at the Pilot. Pros: It is huge. Tons of interior room, super comfortable, lots of room behind 3rd row, nice hidden storage. The camera and safety package (on higher end version) are great. 360 camera and mirror camera are great. Infotainment is super easy to use. Drives great, smooth, maybe a touch under powered, but no different than the pilot. Cons I hate the auto start stop. I think the Pilot you can turn it off, have not figured out if you can turn it off on Traverse. To be fair, it is not unsafe or failed, i just dont like it. Not enough cup holders in front. Hard to see out back window. It is big, so living in the city, it is a bit challenging. No spare tire...(Is that a thing anymore?) Highly recommend!
    • Not my first choice until I bought one

      By Sharky1776 on Friday, July 16, 2021

      5.0
      Let me start by saying we really should have bought a van but I didn't want to be a van person. The Traverse was the compromise because I couldn't justify a big Tahoe or Expedition and the Traverse seemed the roomiest that we looked at in the smaller size. It has been a great choice for us, Highway trips with mileage in the high 20's. Small enough to get in and out of traffic and we have even towed a small camper and it pulls it like a champ although you can tell it's back there when the road gets hilly it never seems to struggle. I thought the compartment in the back would be wasted space but we have it full of gear for the kids and it keeps them out of the way. Overall this has been one of the least exciting but most practical vehicles I have ever purchased and we would definitely buy one again.
    • Very Good--Could Be Great

      By RJP on Wednesday, September 06, 2017

      5.0
      First let me tell you what is great about this car, and that is the size. This was the only three row SUV my wife and I looked at that had reasonable trunk space with the third row up, and the under trunk storage is great. The look is great, especially with the upgraded white and loft brown interior. Car handles very well for an SUV this size, and gas mileage again for an SUV this size is acceptable. Now the areas for improvement: First needs more power. I heard GM was going to develop a V8 off of the 3.6 V6, but killed it out of concerns over gas mileage and cost. Car this size needs a V8. Could we at least get the new from scratch V6 in the Acadia, and not the old retuned V6 from the previous model. Second the rear and side view mirrors are way too small for a vehicle this size and the rear panoramic camera is great, but if you take your eyes off it and look back it takes a few seconds for your eyes to refocus. Not good in everyday driving. 9 speed tranny great up shifts, but feel the down shifts. Can not get rear leg hatch foot release to work consistently. Lastly paying 50K plus for a Chevy? Not sure if that makes financial sense, but hey wife and kids love the car.

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