2018 Chevrolet Traverse Black Redline Edition

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2018 Chevrolet Traverse Black Redline Edition

2018 Chevrolet Traverse Black Redline Edition welcome to our website carsauthority.com a website that discusses various types of car models that are popular in the world, we really expect our website to be your choice in speaking automotive world, I hope you enjoy our review. Built around the new platform C1xx.dll, which is shared with the Cadillac XT5 and replaces the former GM lambda underlying, the redesigned traverse is actually a tad shorter than its predecessor, but at the same time it is slightly more Wide and has a longer wheelbase. The new cool design is supported by a more interior with advanced technology, while the 2.0-liter four-cylinder makes the entry-level version an attractive proposition to the people concerned about fuel economy. At the 2017 Chicago Auto Show, the Traverse won its very first special edition, called the “redness” edition.

Part of a larger effort that includes versions of the boundary edition of the Cruze, Malibu, Camaro, Trax, Equinox, Colorado, and Silverado, the limited-edition traverse stands out through the blackened exterior features. It is also based on the premium range-Topping model, which means it comes with a lot of standard equipment. On the reverse, it is also the most expensive model of the range.

2018 Chevrolet Traverse Black Redline Edition

2018 Chevrolet Traverse Specifications

The edition of the Red Series is based on a couple of concepts that Chevy unveiled at SEMA Show events in 2015 and 2016 and will go on sale at the end of 2017. “Red is another example of Chevrolet that brings SEMA concepts to showrooms,” said Brian Sweeney, U.S. vice president of Chevrolet. “The SEMA show has proven to be a great way to identify trends in personalization in the industry, and to quickly apply these trends to our most popular Chevrolet models.” “Based on the strong interest of the redness attracted by the show, we believe they will be very popular with customers looking for non-competitive cars, trucks and crossovers.”

Continue reading to learn more about the Chevrolet edition crosses just like the rest of the new range of the series edition, the Traverse gets four distinctive features out. At the front, massive grille that takes over 50 percent of the fascia is finished in black instead of chromium. This gives the traverse a more appearance, especially if paired with body colors like silver or black. The black Chevrolet emblem “Butterfly”, also mounted on the rear tailgate, completes the look. The other two features are especially visible when the SUV is viewed from the side. The most noticeable are the two five-spoke wheels, which are finished in black and bear the Red Dash marks of the package brand. Finally, the black lettering “traverse” on the front door has a red contour for a contrasting effect.

Everything else remains unchanged outside, but needless to say, these small add-on change the appearance of the SUV quite a lot. For commercial vehicles designed for families, the edition of the series Traverse is quite threatening.

There is no information on what is new inside, but do not expect much in this department. If anything, Chevy probably added “the edition of the”

2018 Chevrolet Traverse Engine

That’s an important clue. We know that the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado and 2020 Chevy Tahoe/suburban will be drastically updated, with a sleeker, more aerodynamic style, so it’s pretty clear that the 2018 Chevy Traverse is a 7/8-scale preview of these full-size trucks. Imagine the next Tahoe/suburb as a larger, longer traverse. Cut the top of the back of column B or C, throw a solid rear axle and you have the next Silverado. Whether this style translates into a larger number of trucks or not, it works, and it should move the metal among traditional consumers, which usually list “style” as a major purchase consideration.

Below, the 2018 Traverse is brand new. It runs on the C1Y platform shared with the smallest Acadia of GMC and the Buick enclave of Mark II to come. Its 3.6-liter V-6 is the only piece of carry-over, and only the engine choice so far. This is not the 3649-CC V-6 with active Fuel Management (stop cylinder) introduced in the Cadillac CT6, but rather an updated version of the 3564-CC high-function V-6 that has been on the market for over a decade. It is coupled with the new 9-speed automatic transmission of GM, and has a stop/start technology, without a stop switch for the driver. The Manumatic control is limited to a button on the lever, and the driver can select a range of gears from the nine in tow mode.

2018 Chevrolet Traverse Black Redline Edition

2018 Chevrolet Traverse Black Redline Edition

The suspension of the Traverse has MacPherson spacers in the front and a five-link rear. The chief Engineer Dean Perelli points to the passive shock absorber Sachs POS with kickback springs at the back as an important addition. A vertical urethane bar inside the spring coils, called a spring helper, serves as a jounce bumper.

The result is a flexible and flexible ride, but with good maneuverability, says Perelli. The electrically assisted steering has a variable effort, and the rotating diameter of 39 feet is about 1.5-feet tighter than the old model.

2018 Chevrolet Traverse Price

Likewise, the transmission is as standard as they get, with the edition of the Rouge not adding anything to the power. However, those who are concerned about the amount of punch will be happy to know that the package is exclusive to the trim-trim primer, which means that the 3.6-liter V-6 motor is standard. Revised for 2018, engine cranks on 305 horses and 206 pounds-feet of torsion. The front wheel configuration is standard, but AWD can be added for an additional $2 000.

Speaking of which, there is no word on pricing yet, but it is also because Chevrolet has not announced how much the new traverse will cost. However, expect to pay about $1 000 more than the standard first model, which should be about $43 000 before the options.