With the 2020 Traverse, Chevrolet has a three-row crossover that hits all the right notes like pop music—but with more substance.
This year, the Traverse ditches a slow-selling turbo-4 and adds better infotainment software in top models.
It’s a 5.8 on our overall scale, boosted by its overall comfort. (Read more about how we rate cars.)
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Like last year, the Traverse is available in L, LS, LT, RS, Premier, and High Country trims. It starts at just over $30,000 and tops out at more than $53,000 in top trims with all-wheel drive.
The Traverse is a smoothed-over but rugged-looking family hauler that was refreshed for 2018. It skips some of the looks from Chevy’s newest pickups and SUVs, namely the Tahoe and Suburban, which are bigger than the Traverse.
The inside is relatively clean and user-friendly, with a 7.0- or 8.0-inch touchscreen in the…