The 2009 Chevrolet Traverse is a big family hauler with a few modern features. It shows a good direction for Chevrolet, but hasn't quite caught up with the rest of the world.
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We spend a good deal of time reviewing cars that are packed to the gills with cabin tech, but we've never turned down a chance to check out even a low-tech ride.
The Chevrolet Traverse LTZ features more style and less bulk than your typical big utility.
The Traverse represents Chevrolet's attempt to wean itself off of big SUVs. But this crossover is still large, seating seven, and doesn't get the best mileage. However, ride quality is good and the cabin tech is completely modern.
CNET Car Tech posts photos of the 2009 Chevrolet Traverse.
Chevrolet launched a new crossover at the 2008 Chicago Auto Show. The company capitalizes on its success with the new Malibu by offering similar design cues on the 2009 Traverse. Chevrolet claims high build quality, with good fit and finish, showing that it can build cars competitive with the imports.
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