USED CHEVROLET TRAVERSE FOR SALE in DAYTON, OH

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The full-size Chevrolet Traverse crossover SUV is an ideal vehicle for families. It has room for up to eight people, provides a smooth ride, and over the years has added more tech and safety features. It first went into production in 2008 as a 2009 model, replacing the Trailblazer, and continues to improve with each year. 

Buying a used Traverse is the best way to get everything you want at an affordable price. If you are looking for a pre-owned SUV in the Dayton area, stop by White Allen Chevrolet and take a look at your options. This large family-friendly crossover offers a wide variety of features and technology.

Chevrolet Traverse Key Highlights

The current Traverse is the second generation of this SUV. The first generation ran from the 2009 model year until 2017, with the second generation arriving in 2018. Both generations offer a wide variety of technology, safety equipment, and sleek interior and exterior designs. No matter which generation you choose, it will have a capable engine, provide a smooth, comfortable ride, and come with the features and equipment you want and need. Some of the key features you'll find in the latest generation Traverse include:
  • 3.6-liter V-6 gas engine with 310 horsepower and 266 pound-feet of torque.
  • Three rows of seats and room for up to seven or eight.
  • LED headlights and taillights
  • Advanced safety systems such as lane-keep assist, adaptive cruise control, automatic emergency braking, and automatic high beam headlights.
  • Standard front-wheel drive and the option for all-wheel drive for most trims.
  • Nine-speed automatic transmission.
The second-generation Traverse arrived in 2018 with a longer wheelbase than the first generation and more rear passenger space. The early models offered it with a 2.0-liter turbo four-cylinder engine along with the V-6, but this was discontinued for the 2020 model. It now comes only with the powerful and efficient V-6.  

Why Buy a Used Traverse

The long list of reasons to buy a used Traverse starts with the space, comfort, and variety. The first generation came in four different trim levels, and when it was redesigned for the second generation, Chevrolet added several more trims. You can now find a used Traverse in the L, LS, LT Cloth, LT Leather, the sporty RS, and the higher-end Premier and High Country models. 

The 2018 model received a significant makeover with new features and equipment inside and out. Chevrolet added stop-and-start technology to help increase fuel efficiency and added several safety features. It also comes with stability and traction control, a tire-pressure monitor, and stability and traction control. Some of the reasons you should take a look at a used Traverse include:

It Comes With Advanced Safety Equipment

The 2020 Traverse received some significant safety updates. For this model year, Chevy added a new safety alert seat, an advanced version of the adaptive cruise control for the Premier and High Country models, and every trim received an HD rear camera as a standard feature along with front pedestrian braking. It also comes standard with features such as forward collision alert with automatic braking, IntelliBeam automatic high beam headlights, and a following distance indicator. 

Chevrolet's Teen Driver system comes in the later model Traverse. This allows parents to set parameters for their young drivers, such as limiting stereo volume and speed limits. It also allows parents to monitor their driving performance to make sure they stay safe on the road. 

You Can Get Luxury Interior Features

Over the years, Chevrolet has made upgrades and changes to the Traverse's cabin. The 2020 model received new seating options and an optional Dual SkyScape two-panel power sunroof. It also comes with tri-zone automatic climate control and the option for high-quality genuine leather upholstery. 

The 2018 Traverse is the first year for the upscale High Country model along with the LT Cloth and the LT Leather. The High Country comes with an upgraded all-wheel-drive system, a power-folding third-row seat, and upgraded leather upholstery. 

The Spacious Cargo Area

The Traverse not only has spacious seating for up to seven, it has one of the largest cargo areas in its class. The second-generation models with the longer wheelbase have over 23 cubic feet of cargo space behind the third row. If you fold down the last row, the area opens up to accommodate 57.8 cubic feet of gear, and if you fold down both the back rows, you'll get a cargo area that's over 98 cubic feet. 

It Offers the Latest Technology

There is no shortage of technology features in the Traverse. A 7-inch touch screen comes standard along with six USB ports. The later models come standard with a Wi-Fi hot spot along with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Depending on the trim, you can get an 8-inch touch screen, satellite radio, navigation, and an upgraded Bose stereo system. This SUV also offers a rear-seat entertainment system with the option for a DVD player and screens in the headrests. 

Its Performance and Towing Power

Chevrolet designed the Traverse to provide a comfortable ride for the whole family. It glides smoothly over most road surfaces, and it's easy to drive and handle. When equipped with the available tow package, it can pull up to 5,000 pounds. 

Its Reliability

The Traverse is one of the most reliable SUVs in the Chevrolet lineup. The first-generation models released after 2013 have an excellent history of reliability. If you choose a second-generation model, it has even better performance features that help improve its functionality. 

Shop for a Used Chevrolet Traverse at White Allen Chevrolet

When you want to take a look at a used Traverse, whether it's a first- or second-generation model, stop by White Allen Chevrolet to see what we have. You can find out more about the Traverse features and take the model you like out for a test drive. Give us a call today, or take a walk around our used lot. We look forward to helping you find your new Chevrolet SUV.