The Traverse looks good enough and handles itself well on the open road, but the real charm of this eight passenger crossover lies on the inside.
The Traverse is more sprightly and you can feel the difference in the mid-range of the torque band and when passing on the freeway. The direct-inject engine also provides excellent fuel economy with EPA numbers of 17 around town and 24 on the highway.
The second and third rows of the Traverse are big, and even adults can get reasonably comfortable in the way back bench. It was also nice that we could fit copious amounts of groceries behind the third row, which is damn near impossible with much of the competition.
It’s one of the very few crossovers on the market that delivers seating for eight, huge amounts of cargo space and fuel economy that easily bests that of body-on-frame SUVs from yesteryear.
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