2018 Chevrolet Traverse: Interior Features
The all-new 2018 Chevrolet Traverse not only gets great fuel efficiency, it also comes packed with changes and upgrades from its predecessor. From a new available turbocharged engine to its redesigned body to its luxurious new interior, the new Traverse is blowing the competition away.
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The All-New Traverse InteriorThe body of the 2018 Traverse isn't the only thing to get a makeover. The inside of this SUV is more luxurious and comfortable for all.
Seating for Up to 8 PassengersAvailable in both seven- and eight-passenger seating, the 2018 model year Traverse will take you, your passengers and cargo anywhere in comfort and style. The new Traverse brings increased head, hip and leg space to its second and third rows, allowing your passengers to sit more comfortably whether it’s a trip across town or across state lines. With Smart Slide seating, your third-row passengers have an easier time than ever getting into the way back.
Up to 8-inch Digital Touchscreen DisplayAn upgraded media display brings a seven- or eight-inch touchscreen display with SiriusXM capability, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, allowing you access to your smartphone apps like navigation, streaming services and voice control. Along with all of this, the media screen rises up from the dashboard to enable a hidden storage area with a USB charging port, which can be locked with a PIN code. Wireless charging is available in select models at the base of the center console. With the available OnStar 4G LTE Wi-Fi, every family member can choose between the entertainment you choose or streaming on their own devices.
Nearly 100 Cubic Feet of Cargo SpaceWhen you’re not carrying seven or eight passengers, the 2018 Traverse offers up to 98.5 cubic feet of cargo space. The second- and third-row seats fold down in sections, providing you the opportunity to maximize cargo space with passenger needs. Under the rear cargo floor is a hidden 10-inch- deep storage well, providing a spacious location to store jumper cables, safety equipment or valuables while you run into the store to grab a snack for your road trip.
2018 Traverse Infographic