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The Chevrolet Traverse unveils with a new look and feel, inside and out

An aggressive and dramatic exterior appearance isn’t reserved for sports cars alone. Whether it’s hot laps or afterschool pickups, it’s all still driving and it all deserves a refined presence and feel. The Chevrolet Traverse has been the crossover utility vehicle for any lifestyle, a benchmark in cargo space and passenger comfort, and a leader in safety standards within its class. But there’s no rest for the iconic. 

Rethought, reshaped and redesigned, the 2013 Traverse reveals with a new exterior design. Its lean, sculpted lines and dramatic accents include a front dual grille, reshaped headlamps and taillights along with chrome accents and fog lamps on LT and LTZ.


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A rethought interior

Beautifully tailored appointments redefine the 2013 Traverse interior. Upscale materials create soft-touch surfaces on the dash and doorpanels. Ambient lighting subtly illuminates the interior. Adjustable headrests allow for personalized comfort while driving. Stunning details serve as accents throughout the interior such as contrasting stitching and interior wood trim on LT and LTZ. The 2013 Traverse elevates interior appearance and comfort without compromising the spaciousness it is known for.

Drivers will still enjoy best-in-class maximum cargo space, 116.3 cubic feet , or seating for up to eight adult passengers on LS and LT models. There’s even more space behind the third row than any competitor in its class. And just as Traverse has always been engineered with the safety of drivers and their loved ones in mind, the 2013 Traverse continues to build on its award-winning predecessor with innovative safety technology and features.

Stay infotained while on the go

The intuitively designed center console keeps music, entertainment and information within the driver’s reach. The available Chevrolet MyLink Touch Radio accesses content from compatible smartphones and safely makes that content available with a simple touch through the 6.5-inch diagonal color touch-screen (available on 2LT and LTZ). Drivers can use voice commands or touch-screen controls to instantly access a variety of entertainment through SiriusXM Satellite Radio or from streaming sources like Pandora® and Stitcher SmartRadio™, . And rest assured the 2013 Traverse comes equipped for one year with the OnStar Directions & Connections® Plan with Turn-by-Turn Navigation and Automatic Crash Response to help stay safely on course.

  • 1 6. Requires Android or iPhone platform.
  • 2 7. Visit onstar.com for coverage map, details and system limitations. Services vary by model and conditions. OnStar acts as a link to existing emergency service providers.
  • 3 4. Requires a subscription, sold separately by SiriusXM after six-month trial period. Available only in the 48 contiguous United States and Washington, D.C. Visit SiriusXM.com for details.
  • 4 5. Data plan rates may apply.
  • 5 2. Cargo and load capacity limited by weight distribution.
  • 6 3. MyLink functionality varies by model. Full functionality requires compatible Bluetooth and smartphone, and USB connectivity for certain devices. MyLink on Traverse does not include Gracenote functionality.

Destination Freight Charges

To allow you to do an accurate price comparison with prices featured on other Internet sites, GM provides Internet pricing both with and without the Destination Freight Charge (see prices including Destination Freight Charge below). To get full pricing details, go to our Build Your Own section.