2019 Chevrolet Traverse LT
2019 Chevrolet Traverse LT welcome to our site chevymodel.com chevy offers a diverse line-up of cars, coupes, sedans, and hatchbacks. Visit now and get more expert review. The brand-new Chevrolet traverse is still a great family vehicle for 2018. He chose not to follow the head of the sister GMC Acadia, which was reduced as part of its reinvention, breaking the triumvirate which also includes the Buick enclave still large.
The three crossovers of GM, which allows you to share a platform known under the name of lambda, were popular pillars for their respective marks. But for this new generation, they migrated to a new medium-sized Crossover platform known as C1, which underlies the Cadillac XT5 and the new Acadia. The bones were stretched for the next generation of traverse and enclave so that they could remain true eight passengers, three rows of family crossing, which in turn leaves room for the smaller slot CUVs such as the Buick enVision and one still in Veni R Chevy under them.
Unlike the GMC Acadia, which went for a seemingly more soft, the cross member 2018 migrated to a look more trucklike, sale as more of a SUV that a cuvée of the inside and the outside. “It has a twin cockpit, truck storage bins and hidden compartments in the rear cargo area,” said John Cafaro, Chevrolet’s global designer.
2019 Chevrolet Traverse LT Design
Believe me, despite having grown up in all the outer dimensions, the largest being a wheelbase stretch of 2.0 inches, the most noticeable dimension change from behind the wheel is the weight of the curb. According to the model, this big boy dropped something almost 350 pounds. Compound that about 7 percent weight loss is a power gain of 8 percent and an improvement of 13 percent in the first speed “leverage effect.” Tally than all up, and this thing felt at least a smaller size class each time a traffic light became green and I put it to the ground. Chevy claims a “Sub-7-second” 0-60 time, which compares well with the 7.7-second time we recorded on an all-Wheel-Drive traverse LTZ. (Expect the 255-HP 2.0-liter turbo option to be a bit slower, but maybe not as much as you think-it will only be offered with Front-Drive, it weighs less, and it makes 29 lb-ft more torque than the V-6.)
2019 Chevrolet Traverse LT Engine
In Chevy’s quest for an improved fuel economy, the lighter weight of the traverse and the optimized transmission gears are encouraged by a sophisticated automatic start/stop system that makes motorizes the starting pinion of So that it can be synchronized with the speed of the steering wheel. What for? So that, on these rare occasions when you are at the coast to a stop and the engine stops, but then the light turns green and you hit the gas before coming to a full stop, this Gizmo synchronization allows the engine to restart before the engine stops Completely without that terrible “prang” sound that you used to get when accidentally trying to start a motor running. These efforts are being paid in an improvement of 3 mpg in the EPA’s combined fuel economy for the front and all-wheel drive variants V-6, respectively at 21 and 20 mpg. (GM is estimating the 2.0-liter front-Driver will reach 22 MPG combined.)
The 2018 Chevrolet traverse is powered by either a 3.6-liter V-6 nominal to 310 hp and 266 lb-ft of torque or a 2.0-liter turbo-four with 255 hp and 295 lb-ft. However, the four-cylinder is available exclusively on the RS trim and is not available with all-wheel drive. Both engines are paired with a nine-speed automatic transmission that General motors developed with Ford. EPA fuel economy estimates are 18/27 mpg city/Highway for V-6-powered front-Drive models and 17/25 mpg with all drive wheels. The Turbo-furnace is the most efficient at 20/26 mpg.
2019 Chevrolet Traverse LT
- Base price $48 295
- Price as tested $50 140
- Motor vehicle Configuration, AWD, 7-Pass, 4-door 4WD
- Engine 3.6 L/310-HP/266 lb-ft DOHC 24 valves V-6
- 9-Speed automatic TRANSMISSION
- Border weight (F/R Dist) 4 639 lb (57/43%)
- Wheelbase 120.9 in
- Length x Width x Height 204.3 x 78.6 x 70.7 in
- 0-60 mph 6.7 sec
- Quarter Mile 15.1 sec @ 93.0 mph
- Braking, 60-0 mph 120 ft
- Lateral acceleration 0.81 g (Avg.)
- MT Figure Eight 27.1 sec @ 0.64 g (AVG)
- EPA City/Hwy/comb fuel ECON 17/25/20 mpg
- Energy cons, City/Hwy 198/135 KW-hrs/100 miles
- CO2 emissions, comb 0.98 lb/Mile