The new 2020 Chevrolet Traverse AWD High Country gets the job done, whether it’s a small
The SkyScape dual-panel sunroof is framed by chrome roof rails. New for 2020, the front-wheel drive is standard, or you can choose available Advanced Twin-Clutch All-Wheel Drive. A choice between an exclusive Loft Brown or Jet Black interior is your choice too. And power-folding third-row seating is standard, as are all the safety and convenience features Traverse offers.
The High Country model features perforated leather-appointed front and second-row seating surfaces and heated and ventilated front seats, along with a heated steering wheel. Second-row outboard passengers can expect heated seats, as well. High Country adds sueded microfiber accents on the instrument panel and doors.
Rear Seat Reminder activates when the rear doors are opened and closed up to 10 minutes before or anytime while your vehicle is on, so when you turn off the engine, under certain conditions, you will get a reminder to double-check for valuables left behind. The power-folding third-row seats go up or down with a simple touch of the buttons located in the rear cargo area.
An 8-inch diagonal color power-up/-down touch-screen and includes hidden, lockable storage. The Chevrolet Infotainment 3 system is intuitive and easy to use.
THE NUMBERS: MSRP: About $53,200 MPG: 17 city / 25 highway