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Chevrolet Traverse

Chevrolet Traverse
Overall Satisfaction Rating 3.59/5
  • 5 stars
    69
  • 4 stars
    102
  • 3 stars
    78
  • 2 stars
    38
  • 1 stars
    15
Based on 302 ratings submitted in the last year
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    The Chevrolet Traverse is a full-size crossover SUV. It comes in three trim levels: LS, LT and LTZ. Read more Chevrolet reviews to learn about other models.


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      Rated with 1 star
      Verified Reviewer
      Original review: Feb. 23, 2020

      I had a 2009 and a 2016 Chevy Traverse from Barton Chevy in Newburg NY. Both died before 100,000 miles, each costing $6000 to repair. Engine issues, Carbon clogged valves, causing misfires, traction control and stability track issues. It burned oil, I had to add a quart every 2000 miles. Almost broke up my marriage. Chevy should be charged with a crime for selling this Traverse. It should be called a Travesty instead. They know they have a bad engine and they continue to sell the car. All kinds of TSB on that car. I traded in my last Traverse with a check engine light on and Honda gave me a good deal, now I have a CRV, problems solved.

      9 people found this review helpful
      Rated with 3 stars
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      Original review: Jan. 5, 2020

      2018 Chevy traverse. Within the first year it had a misfire. Within the second year the paint began chipping away. There is also an issue with parking which will require a new wiring harness. When I put the vehicle in park it does not recognize that is in park and give a warning that the vehicle needs to be put in park. It cannot turn off until this happens and I have to turn start the engine and shift through the gears several times. It can take up to five minutes to get the vehicle to turn off sometimes. The paint is covered under warranty but they are considering only fixing the affected areas instead of repainting the entire vehicle. I suspect that the paint is defective all the way around. I'm not sure if I received a bad apple or if the vehicle line is all bad. The concept and looks are good but the overall quality has been very disappointing.

      7 people found this review helpful

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        Rated with 5 stars
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        Original review: Dec. 14, 2019

        Just purchased a 2018 Chevrolet Traverse Premier and it is by far my favorite vehicle owned to date. We have been Chevrolet owners for 15 years and while we have experienced some issues, it has never been greater than other car manufacturers we've owned. We love Chevy and the Chevy family. We feel we got so much value for our purchase and recommend this vehicle to everyone we talk to with a need for a large vehicle.

        5 people found this review helpful
        Rated with 5 stars
        Verified Reviewer
        Original review: Dec. 13, 2019

        I am leasing a 2017 Chevy Traverse and am so happy with it. Hubby and I did a lot of camping and this vehicle was the only make and model that let the rear seat lay down perfectly flat, to accommodate our dorm size refrigerator. Huge tent and gear for 2 weeks at a State Park all fit into the rear of this vehicle and I could still see out the rear window.

        4 people found this review helpful
        Rated with 2 stars
        Verified Reviewer
        Original review: Nov. 24, 2019

        At 43k miles my 2016 Traverse had a catastrophic transmission failure leaving the vehicle with only first gear functioning! I purchased the vehicle used and I suspect it was off a 2 year lease. It only had 22k on it when we purchased it. Reading through many car blogs, I discovered that the GM 6 speed automatic had defective wave plates that would cause transmission failure and leave the vehicle with only first gear working. Has anyone else out there experienced this problem?

        Fortunately it was covered by the 5 year, 60,000 mile power train warranty. The local dealership actually rebuilt the transmission rather than replace it. It was in the shop for 2 weeks as they waited for parts and took their time diagnosing everything. The dealer did give us a comparable loaner vehicle at no charge. I am really disappointed with the lack of reliability with GM and I will probably never purchase a Chevrolet ever again!

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        11 people found this review helpful
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        Rated with 1 star
        Verified Reviewer
        Original review: July 30, 2019

        We purchased our Traverse at the Nissani Bros in Culver City, CA. About 2 weeks ago I rushed out of my home to run an errand. When I turned on my car no sound, I hooked up my phone to the Bluetooth and nothing. I then noticed my blinker light were on, but no blinking sound. This has happened once before but it lasted a few minutes. Unfortunately this time has been a nightmare, it’s a 2019. With very low miles. We took our Traverse to be repaired, the tech said it will be 3-4 hours.

        By the 5th hour, we decided to call. The update they gave us was, "It’s a technical issue, we will need to keep the car." I was bothered but understood. The following morning we got the call from the tech, stating they need to order the part. Since then we began to receive calls from Angel, not sure of her title. She was rude, condescending, and short. Totally useless, needless to say we reached out to Chevy customer service to try and expedite the process. Now we have to wait until the part is received. To top it off they don’t want to issue us a rental car. BUYERS BEWARE, hopefully you won’t go through with this headache, huge inconvenience.

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        22 people found this review helpful
        Rated with 1 star
        Verified Reviewer
        Original review: July 28, 2019

        We lease a 2018 Chevy Traverse. A few weeks ago, we heard these strange sounds from the speakers and after a while, some loud "explosion" sounds and the speaker stopped working. I brought the car to Boch Chevrolet, in Norwood, MA and they said they need to replace an amp, and that it is back ordered with GMC. Since then (early July), we have not heard a word. No status, no email, no call, no online status page....nothing. We called Chevrolet customer services (since we lease the car from them) and they provided NOTHING in terms of status. Just a call but no one is empowered to do anything. They said they will have the dealership call us back (Quirk Chevrolet in Braintree, MA) and for a week, NOTHING. As you can see, while ok to have a warranty/part issue, the SERVICE IS hORRIBLE. No one updates you, you are left with a car with no speakers, no back camera tone alerts....

        13 people found this review helpful
        Rated with 1 star
        Verified Reviewer
        Original review: April 27, 2019

        I regret ever buying a Chevy Traverse. I have had to replace tires, track control turns off without notice and stabilizing repair comes up along with car jerking. It's scary. My light went on for tire monitoring system, it needs new battery. We lease and this is a 2016. Now when I come off the highway there is a humming sound under the car as I break. This car only has 38000 miles. My lease is up in Aug! Never again. This car is the worst I have ever owned. I don't feel safe in it!

        38 people found this review helpful
        Rated with 1 star
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        Original review: April 3, 2019

        That is the EXACT same thing that happened to my 2010 Traverse! Verbatim! Seized while driving on the highway. No lights or warnings. Routine oil changes. Seriously, the exact same thing, word for word! No recalls. 4500 piece of **.

        30 people found this review helpful
        Rated with 1 star
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        Original review: Jan. 26, 2019

        I had purchased a used 2012 Chevy Traverse. I have had the car less than a year and the engine seized on the highway. Oil has always been changed, no check engine lights, no warning. Upon research I find out that engines seizing is a common problem in 2011 to 2012 traverses. I called Chevy to see if they can help me with the cost of the repairs but they said I'm out of luck. I owned an Equinox before this in which the catalytic converter went out within 6 months. Chevys are just awful cars and I will never purchase another.

        34 people found this review helpful

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