2018 Chevrolet Traverse: Is a Bigger Crossover Always Better?

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2018 Chevrolet Traverse: Is a Bigger Crossover Always Better?

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THERE’S TOO MUCH negativity in the air. People need to be kinder.

I’ll start: The new Chevrolet Traverse is not terrible. The bowtie brand’s redesigned midsize crossover—at 204.3 inches bumper to bumper, it’s a tick longer than a Chevy Tahoe—delivers empty space in abundance: compared to the outgoing model, 7% more room behind the first-row seats, 10% more added behind the second row, and 17% more behind the third row. So there’s that.

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