2015 Traverse TL-2 w/navigation
The 2015 Chevrolet Traverse LT-2 is a good large crossover for those that regularly need at least four seats in use, plus gear, and will have extra passengers frequently enough that multiple cars are needed. The ride is very quiet and smooth. As someone who has only driven luxury vehicles previously, I was pleasantly surprised by the leather interior. I purchased this car 3/18 from a reputable dealer and haven't had problems that require me to spend any money. The plastic covering for a vent in the third row did come out, but it was due to my very tall, and careless, 11-year-old, and it was easy to pop back in place. Another issue I've noticed is that the navigation is slow to update, so I highly recommend having your phone ready and reading the directions online to compare with the navigation system. There are three major drawbacks: 1)There is a are huge blind spots, so have the blindspot warning system would be worth the extra cost. This also extends to the lack of parking sensors for the front of the car even though there is an excellent rear camera (it's necessary because the rear window is too small). 2) The estimated mpg isn't accurate, and I'm actually getting 16.9 mpg in the city. 3) There's a very weird pr pi blem with the windows regularly fogging up on the outside in the mornings more than our other cars ever have, including SUVs, and it takes a while for it to go away. Even with these drawbacks, it fits my family's needs for now, my kids love this car, and I'm glad that was able to get a great deal on a vehicle with such safety ratings.