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2010 Chevrolet Traverse

ID LW71 1GNLREED0AS101628

Price $6,981

Specs

Year : 2010
Make : Chevrolet
Model : Traverse
Miles : 152,214
Transmission : Automatic
Engine : 3.6L 281.0hp
Drivetrain : Front Wheel Drive
Exterior color : Silver
Doors : 4 Doors
Stock : LW71
Fuel Type : Gasoline
VIN : 1GNLREED0AS101628

Description

The 2010 Chevrolet Traverse LS has a Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) starting around $30,000. All-wheel drive adds about another $2,000 to the bottom line. 1LT and 2LT trim push the price into the mid-$30,000 range, while a fully-loaded LTZ with all-wheel drive is expected to top out around just over $45,000. Our Fair Purchase Price reflects real-world transaction prices, so be sure to check and see what others are paying before you begin negotiations. Competitors such as the Toyota Highlander and Ford Flex are priced similarly, while the Hyundai Veracruz generally lists for less. We expect the Traverse to hold better values than its sister-vehicles from Buick and GMC, but below those of the Honda Pilot and Toyota Highlander.Driving The Used 2010 Chevrolet TraverseAs with the Buick Enclave and GMC Acadia, the 2010 Chevrolet Traverse delivers a surprisingly smooth ride, has adept handling and offers strong acceleration with very respectable gas mileage. To push the envelope, we tested our Traverse on an enclosed track running a series of obstacle avoidance tests. Driven back-to-back against the Toyota Highlander, the Traverse exhibited superior skills in almost every situation. In one test, we accelerated to 45 miles per hour and without braking executed a quick left-right maneuver on wet pavement around an orange pylon strategically placed to represent a sudden obstacle in the road. To our great surprise (and relief) the StabiliTrak stability control system worked so efficiently it made small work of the test, allowing us to return immediately to our lane without any loss of control.Interior ComfortTasteful design, high-quality materials and one of the most accommodating interiors in the class are the hallmarks of GM's newest crossover SUV. Second-row seats that slide fore and aft improve leg room while permitting easy entry in to the third-row seat. And unlike many third-row seats, the Traverse's can actually accommodate two adults in comfort while affording them full side-curtain airbag protection. Storage bins and cup holders abound, and there is enough room behind the third row seat to accommodate two golf bags. Chevrolet has also gone to great lengths to silence the Traverse's cabin which remains remarkable quiet, even at highway speeds.Exterior StylingThe most noticeable difference between the Traverse and its sister vehicles can be found up front, where Chevrolet's new Malibu-inspired split-grille face is prominently displayed. The rear quarter window is also different, sharply angled upwards at its bottom edge. With its big wheels pushed to the outer edges of the chassis, the Traverse presents an image of size and stability. Wide rear door openings make it easy for passengers to enter and exit the third-row seat, and an electrically-powered rear hatch aids access to the cargo area. Available convex insets built into the upper corner of each side mirror help expose objects ordinarily masked by blind spots.Favorite FeaturesStabiliTrak Stability Control with Rollover Mitigation TechnologyAlthough you'll never know it until you have to use it, this technology could very well save your life. It drastically improves the Traverse's ability to remain composed in even the most radical emergency maneuvers.Smart Slide Second Row SeatThis easy and convenient feature allows the second row seat bottom to flip up and the seat to slide forward, creating a wide pathway to the third-row seat.Standard FeaturesEvery Traverse comes standard with six airbags, including full-length side curtain airbags, front side-impact airbags and front passenger airbags. Also standard are StabiliTrak stability control with roll mitigation technology, one year subscription to OnStar with Turn-by-turn navigation, AM/FM stereo with CD and XM Satellite Radio, power windows, mirrors and door locks, rear wiper washer, cruise control, 17-inch wheels, Smart Slide second row seat and flush-folding third-row seat.Factory OptionsOptions vary by trim, which includes 1LT, 2LT and LTZ. Available features on most trims include remote start, a power rear liftgate (standard on 2LT and LTZ), Bose 10-speaker Surround Sound Audio system, DVD navigation, rear seat DVD entertainment system, all-wheel drive, second-row captain's chair seating, 115-volt three-prong outlet, two different rearview backup cameras (one for use with navigation, the other for vehicles without), Ultrasonic Rear Park Assist, heated windshield wiper fluid, Bluetooth hands-free phone connectivity, dual-zone climate control, HID headlamps, heated front seats (heated and cooled front seats standard on LTZ) and a dual panel glass moonroof.Engine & TransmissionThe 2010 Chevrolet Traverse is powered by a sophisticated 3.6-liter V6 engine with variable valve timing and direct injection technology for improved performance and fuel economy. While most owners will be just fine with the 281 horsepower found on the LS and LT trims, the LTZ features a dual exhaust which bumps the horsepower to 288. All trims feature a smooth-shifting six-speed automatic transmission with manual shift mode and can be equipped with Chevrolet's excellent Intelligent All-Wheel Drive system. Unlike many of GM's other engines, however, the Traverse is not E85 compatible.}3.6-liter V6281 horsepower 6300 rpm288 horsepower 6300 rpm (dual exhaust)266 lb.-ft of torque 3600 rpm270 lb.-ft. of torque 3400 rpmEPA city/highway fuel economy: 17/24 (FWD), 16/23 (AWD)

Features

Safety

Driver Air Bag

Passenger Air Bag

Side Air Bag

Power Door Locks

Traction Control

Tire Pressure Monitoring

Electronic Stability Control

Comfort

Air Conditioning

Rear AC

Cruise Control

Keyless Entry

Power Driver Mirror

Power Steering

Tilt Wheel

Steering wheel controls

Handsfree Communications

Seat

Child Seat

Child Safety Lock

Power Driver Seat

Bucket Seats

Windows

Rear Window Defroster

Power Windows

Sound System

AM/FM Stereo

CD Player

Satellite Radio

MP3 Player

Other Features

Luggage Rack

Trailer Hitch Receiver

Standard Equipment

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