Initially released for the 2021 model year but then postponed, the Chevrolet Traverse Facelift is finally available as a 2022 model. Prices are set.
The carmaker refreshed the model’s appearance. NEW features include four wheel designs, a frond fascia, grilles, LED headlamp configuration, taillights, a roof rail design. Power-folding heated outside mirrors are available.
Chevrolet also revised appearance packages for the 2022 Traverse. They are Redline Edition and Midnight/Sport Edition. Exterior color choices include Northsky Blue Metallic, Silver Sage Metallic, and Cherry Red Tintcoat.
Wireless Apple CarPlay / Android Auto and the Chevrolet Safety Assist suite come standard for all trim levels. In addition, Adaptive Cruise Control expands its availability.
There are Rear Pedestrian Alert, Safety Alert Seat, a rear power sunshade, an 8-inch color driver information center among the features available as options for selected trims.
As for the powertrain for the new Traverse, it comprises a 3.6L V6 with 310 HP, a 9-speed automatic transmission, standard front-wheel drive, or optional all-wheel drive.
The entry-level trim is LS now. It was L before, but Chevy dropped it. So, compared with the previous model, the starting price is $3,900 higher, but prices for equivalent trim levels grew only by $500.
Trim levels/ starting prices incl. a delivery and destination charge are the following:
- LS $34,895
- LT $37,395
- RS $45,395
- Premier $47,795
- High Country $52,395
The Chevrolet Traverse is the model in high demand. By sales In the second quarter of 2021, the Traverse took third place of 19 models the brand offers for the U.S. market. 45,394 Traverse vehicles, 55,449 Equinox crossovers (2nd) were sold, and 164,730 Silverado pickups (far-ahead 1st place).