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2019 Chevrolet Traverse High Country

Chevy, the brand that is synonymous with American ingenuity, has done it again with the 2019 Traverse, a versatile SUV full of cutting-edge technology that improves every driver and passenger’s experience. From the best-in-class third-row legroom, maximum cargo room and passenger volume to the full roster of exciting safety features, the Traverse offers top-level comfort and luxury.

Here are some vehicle highlights:

• Maximum Cargo Space and Passenger Volume

With three rows of seating, the Traverse seats up to eight. New split-folding second-row captain’s chairs offer the Traverse’s Smart Slide feature. Seats are capable of tipping up and sliding forward, even with a forward-facing child seat in place, to provide open and easy access to the third row.

• Surround Vision

In addition to the standard rear-view camera system and a Chevy first, this available feature uses four strategically placed cameras to create a virtual bird’s eye view of the vehicle while maneuvering at low speed. All camera viewpoints seamless merge to help the driver see all around.

• Apple CarPlay and Android Auto

New phone integration features are available on select MyLink infotainment systems. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto enable phone users to display certain apps and functionality from their phone on the vehicle’s infotainment display and control those apps and functions via the vehicles infotainment system touch screen or voice commands.

• 4G LTE Wi-FI and Connectivity

The built-in Wi-Fi hotspot is capable of pairing up to seven devices, as well as improving access to existing OnStar safety and security services. With seven USB ports and a 120V charging port, Traverse travelers will never be without power.

• myChevrolet Mobile App

The myChevrolet Mobile App turns your mobile device into a virtual command center, giving drivers seamless control of the vehicle—even when they’re nowhere near it. Some impressive commands the app allows you to make are start and shutdown of the vehicle; lock and unlock the doors; activate car horns and lights; and send parking reminders. Download the app from the App Store or Google Play.

• Valet Mode

The Chevy MyLink Valet Mode keeps belongings safe and secure. Behind the large eight-inch MyLink touchscreen is a secondary hidden glove box. When accessed in valet mode, the driver may set a PIN code to securely lock and unlock the glove box, which is large enough for smartphones, wallets and other electronics.

• New Traction Mode Select

This feature allows the driver to make real time adjustments to the vehicle’s driving mode to account for varying road condition and is available on all standard models.

Additional highlights:

• Tri-zone climate control
• Power liftgate with hands-free operation and bowtie emblem
• Heated, leather-trimmed front and second-row seats
• Teen driver mode
• Keyless open and start
• Low Speed Forward Automatic Braking, Forward Collision Alert, Lane Keep Assist with Lane Departure Warning, Following Distance Indicator, Front Pedestrian Detection and IntelliBeam headlamps

New for 2019:

• LT Premium Package

It is available on the LT Leather trim and standard on RS. Content includes Surround Vision, 20-inch aluminum wheel, Rear Camera Mirror, 8-inch-diagonal navigation radio, Bose speakers and 110V outlet.

• Automatic heated steering wheel (standard on Premier and High Country)
• 3.6L V-6 engine with RS AWD model
 

The 2019 Chevy Traverse is available in a variety of trim levels including the L series (L, LS and LT), RS, Premier and High Country. The starting base price is $31,125. Learn more at www.chevrolet.com.

Check out LIW‘s trip to Vermont in the 2019 Chevy Traverse: Traversing Vermont

Traversing Vermont

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