2021 Chevrolet Traverse: First Look

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Chevrolet recently revealed the revised 2021 Traverse midsize crossover with updated exterior styling, new interior features and more standard safety equipment. Following the launch of the redesigned full-size Tahoe and Suburban, the Traverse adopts a similar look with a new grille; new front fascia; LED headlights; turn signal indicators integrated into the daytime running lights; LED taillights; a new rear fascia and new wheel designs.

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The new Traverse fits into the lineup between the Tahoe and the Equinox with a new grille flowing into the slim headlights with new daytime running light graphics. Fog light bezels are raised at the outer edges and a larger, lower air intake completes the new front fascia. At the rear, the slim taillights add a new lighting graphic and are connected as a single unit by a decorative trim element above the license plate. The lower valance surrounds dual exhaust outlets.

© General MotorsInterior Updates
Inside, the 2021 Chevrolet Traverse offers new seating options; an available Dual SkyScape 2-panel power sunroof with a new rear power sunshade; an available 8-inch driver information center; a wireless charging pad; USB ports in all rows; as well as available wireless Apple CarPlay and wireless Android Auto capability.

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The new Chevrolet Traverse also has additional standard safety equipment for all trim levels including automatic emergency braking; front pedestrian braking; lane-keeping assist with lane departure warning; forward collision alert; Intellibeam automatic high beams and a following distance indicator.

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For 2021 Traverse offers available Adaptive Cruise Control – Advance on 3LT, RS and Premier trim levels. A new Safety Alert Seat is standard on Traverse Premier and Traverse High Country variants.

© General MotorsOn-Sale Date
Introduced as a 2009 model, Traverse has become the third-best-selling nameplate in the Chevrolet lineup with sales of almost 150,000 units in 2019. The redesigned 2021 Chevrolet Traverse is scheduled to go on sale in late 2020.

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Flexible interior.

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New headlights.

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Dual SkyScape 2-panel power sunroof.

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New wheels.

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Interior layout.

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New grille.

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Seating options.

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New taillights.

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