The 2018 Chevrolet Traverse makes every mile count. This year’s mid-size SUV was created for the adventurers, go-getters, and the families that are always on a move. With top-notch safety features, technology, and capability, the Traverse will take you wherever you’re headed. On the exterior, the 2018 Chevy Traverse has been completely re-imagined. New, sharp lines outline the exterior and D-Optic headlamps. Black power moldings, 18 to 20-inch aluminum wheels, LED daytime running lamps, and a chrome-accented grille with black inserts will get you noticed, and that’s just for Traverse LS. The LT, RS, Premier, Redline, and High Country models have additional options to take your Chevy SUV to the next level. Choose from LED turn signal indicators, Halogen foglamps, black roof rails, glossy black window trims, body color side mirrors, unique grilles, and more. Upgrading your vehicle has never been so stylish and efficient. The interior has comfortable seating up to 8 and smart slide seating that allows passengers the ability to easily access the third-row seats. The available power-folding third-row seat makes for an impressive, best-in-its-class maximum cargo space of 98.2 cubic feet. There is an additional hidden underfloor rear storage compartment that guarantees the space you need for any extra gear or supplies. The noise-canceling cabin keeps the loud sounds of the road out and the music and passengers in. Find hidden storage with a touch of button. The popular Chevrolet MyLink display will slide up to reveal an extra nook for storing small items such as a wallet or phone. Notably, the hidden compartment can be locked with a four-digit pin for extra security. Using ultrasonic sensors, radar, and available cameras, the Traverse helps you avoid conflict on the road. Forward automatic braking, rear vision camera, and adaptive cruise control are just a few of the features that keep you and your passenger’s safe. Forward collision alert uses a camera that alerts you of slowing vehicles in your lane, with the option to either turn the alert to off, far, medium, or near. The Front Pedestrian Braking detects pedestrians and will apply the brakes when the driver has not applied the brakes during an imminent collision. Surround Vision is helpful when you’re parking or travelling slowly. The four cameras give you a bird’s-eye-view of the vehicle so you can maneuver efficiently.