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“Traverse’s winning combination blends the capability and roominess of a traditional SUV with the attributes of a crossover, including a car-like driving experience, low step-in height and good efficiency on the highway,” said Steve Majoros, marketing director of Chevrolet cars and crossovers. The recognition adds to Traverse’s accolades for the year. It also was named one of Kelley Blue Book’s 12 Best Family Cars for 2014.
Value: Traverse is designed for families, from easily cleanable seats and multiple USB ports to an available power liftgate and available rear-seat entertainment system. The second-row seat comes with a pair of captain’s chairs or a three-passenger bench. Each configuration implements the SmartSlide feature that allows unobstructed access to the third-row bench seat with one hand, which makes it easy for children to operate.
Enhanced connectivity and convenience comes to the 2015 Traverse with Siri Eyes Free, which enables iPhone 4S and iPhone 5 users to access Siri via steering wheel controls to check calendar entries, have text messages read and respond to them, place calls or call up music. Android phone users can also use the steering wheel controls to access their phone’s voice recognition features.