Ramsey Corp.
2038 Route 23 North
West Milford, NJ 07480

(973) 492-5157

2014 Chevrolet Traverse LT

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MPG:
16 city / 23 hwy
Style:
AWD LT 4dr SUV w/1LT
Engine:
3.6L V6
Transmission:
Automatic 6-Speed
Fuel:
Gasoline
Drivetrain:
AWD
Condition:
Used
Exterior Color:
Beige
Interior Color:
Black
Interior Fabric:
Stock:
12115G
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Ramsey Corp is HOME OF THE AUTO LOAN SPECIALIST ! This vehicle INCLUDES AN ALLSTATE 6 MONTH WARRANTY extended warranties available. FAMILY OWNED, NO COMMISSION SALES, NATIONWIDE SHIPPING RATES. 3RD Row Seating Rear Parking Camera 2014 CHEVROLET TRAVERSE LT 1GNKVGKD8EJ148005 4 DOOR SPORT UTILITY 3.6L V6 F DOHC 24V ALL WHEEL DRIVE In Cars.com’s comparison test of 2012 full-size crossover SUVs with three rows of seats, the 2012 Chevrolet Traverse took second place behind the Honda Pilot by a margin of just 12 points — out of a possible thousand. What was the most common complaint? Interior quality. For 2013, Chevrolet has updated the Traverse’s interior, exterior and a few other aspects to bring it up to date. Thanks to a number of small upgrades, the redesigned 2013 Chevrolet Traverse can stand up to any model in its class — though it depends on how you equip it. The 2013 Traverse, which can seat seven or eight, retains its earlier strengths — key among them its generous size. “Car-based” SUVs hit the scene several years ago promising most of the good aspects of truck-based SUVs without the drawbacks — namely unnecessary size, weight and thirst for petroleum. As much as any crossover, and probably more, the Traverse delivers on this promise, offering more interior space than a Chevy Tahoe from similar exterior dimensions. It’s not as tall and is easier to get into, and its mileage, though not stellar in its class, beats the Tahoe by 2 mpg in combined driving. To beat the Traverse for size, you have to go to the Chevy Suburban (essentially an extended Tahoe) or a minivan. See these models compared side by side here . The main thing the Traverse sacrifices by not being a true truck is towing capacity. However, among large crossovers its capacity is generous at up to 5,200 pounds. The Mazda CX-9 tops out at 3,500. The Flex and Pilot hit 4,500 and the Toyota Highlander and Ford Explorer (now technically a crossover itself) come close at 5,000 pounds. See the towing specifications and the Traverse’s size dominance compared side by side here . Distributed Space To boil it down, the Traverse has less second-row legroom than the competitors above by as little as 1.7 inches and up to as much as 7.5 inches. But what matters most is the distribution of the various seats and storage space. Legroom here is enough for an adult, thanks in part to a sliding bench seat or optional captain’s chairs. The Traverse’s third-row legroom has an advantage over the Pilot and CX-9 by roughly an inch. By the numbers, the Pilot and Flex have more headroom back there, but here again a 6-foot-tall adult fits fine in the Traverse. That’s not true of the CX-9. The Traverse manages to fit adults in all rows while still providing more cargo volume than its competitors behind the third row: 24.4 cubic feet. That’s a 4.4-cubic-foot margin over the Flex, which is the next roomiest. When the second and third rows are folded, the Traverse beats them all with 116.3 cubic feet. For kids, accommodations are good but far from perfect. The second-row seats slide forward in a special way to provide third-row access: The bottom cushion pops up vertically against the backrest to open up passage. It’s effective, but some of our staff parents reported that the Traverse’s high step-in height was a challenge for kids. As for child-safety seats, the spaciousness is a benefit, but the second row’s Latch anchors are difficult to access. See our complete Car Seat Check here . Interior Upgrades and Downgrades The interior changes for 2013 are mostly positive, starting with a redesigned center control panel on the dashboard. It seems a small thing, but it’s a focal point in the cabin for drivers. Classier wood-look trim replaces the previous generation’s plain black-plastic backdrop. The ventilation controls look and feel richer. Unfortunately, the bezel and buttons directly below them are a cheapo carryover from the old style. I’m also not too excited about what goes on above the ven

  • Trip Odometer
  • 3rd Row Seating
  • Inside Hood Release
  • Cloth Interior
  • Power Door Locks
  • Power Brakes
  • Power Windows
  • CD player
  • Power Adjustable Seat
  • Tilt Steering
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