Find the 2017 Chevy Traverse Owners Manual below. The 2017 Chevrolet Traverse manual is for all trims – LS, LT, and Premier. The combined EPA produced is 21 mpg i.e. 18 mpg and 27 mpg in city and highway respectively.
With an average rank amongst midsize class USVs, the 2017 Chevrolet Traverse presents abundant cargo space, carlike handling, smooth ride, and high safety ratings. For the 2017 model, Chevrolet has replaced the LTZ trim with Premier trim. In addition to this lineup is a new base LS trim. It gets EPA estimates rated at 15/22 mpg city/highway. The ride comes with decent acceleration, and the braking system is on par with standard as well.
The standard transmission on the Chevrolet Traverse Onwes Manual is a six-speed automatic allowing decent agility. Coming to the drivetrain, you will get a standard front-wheel drive and optional all-wheel-drive system.
The interiors of the 2017 Chevy Traverse Owners Manual are well arrayed and easy to use. Front passengers enjoy enough legroom and headroom. Second-row passengers are offered comfortable accommodations. Though, tall passengers will wish for more legroom that decreases due to the low height of the bottom cushion.
Third-row seats can easily accommodate children and smaller adults. One can easily get into the third-row seats with the large rear doors. Traverse uses good-quality material for the cabin space. The strong point about the interiors of the 2017 Chevrolet Traverse is the abundant storage space.
2017 Chevy Traverse Manual Features & Reviews
Chevrolet has not changed much in the Traverse since its introduction in 2009. From the outside, the 2017 Chevrolet Traverse will give you a family-friendly station wagon feel. The 2017 Chevrolet Traverse divides itself into three major trim levels – LS, LT, and Premier.
These trim levels are further divided into 1SM, 1LS, 1LT, and 2LT. LS Base (1SM) has some essential features like automatic headlights, rear and front air-conditioning, 17-inch steel wheels, roof rails, cruise control, and a tilt/telescoping steering wheel.
Technological features on the base level include Bluetooth, OnStar Telematics system, 6.5-inch touchscreen, USB ports, USB audio interface, CD player, and an auxiliary audio input jack. The third and second-row seats offer 60/40-split folding feature.
Reviewers suggest the buyers go for 1LT as it has features that can meet the required needs. The 1LT level has extended features, including foglights, 18-inch alloy wheels, an eight-way power driver seat, and two-way power lumbar. Other features will include heated mirrors, occupant-protection airbag, rear parking sensors, and leather-wrapped steering wheel.
Counting the setbacks of the 2017 Chevy Traverse Owners Manual, there are a few disadvantages. Traverse has a laggy infotainment system in terms of design and functionality, which is a concern. Other setbacks include poor fuel economy and underwhelming acceleration.