The Chevrolet Traverse comes with no cosmetic or mechanical changes for 2016 except for the addition of OnStar service. The Traverse as usual provides a massive three-row cabin along with one of the best cargo capacities in its class. Apart from that it also provides great comfort and the 3.6L V6 engine provides a smooth ride. But the pros end there as the aging V6 suffers from slow acceleration and poor fuel economy figures.
Other than the highly practical cabin and competitive pricing that starts at as low as $28,700 for the base trim there is hardly anything that the Traverse promises to offer that its rivals can’t. Speaking of rivals the 2016 Chevrolet Traverse locks its horns with the likes of Honda Pilot, Ford Explorer, and Buick Enclave. Let’s see in this review how this budget crossover SUV fairs against them.