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2013 Chevrolet Traverse to debut at New York Auto Show


Next to the 2014 Impala , Chevrolet will be unveiling a more-refined version of the family-friendly Traverse crossover utility vehicle at the 2012 New York Auto Show. The 2013 Traverse has received a series of exterior and interior updates, as well as new and industry-exclusive safety features.

The new Chevrolet Traverse has received the industry’s first front center air bag that has been engineered to protect drivers and front passengers in far-side impact crashes. The air bag deploys in milliseconds and inflates between the driver and front passenger, providing added protection for both front occupants.

"The new Traverse builds on the success of the current model offering a wide variety of improvements to ride and handling, interior materials and exterior styling without compromising the functionality and capability families need to support their busy lives,” said Chris Perry, Vice President of Global Chevrolet Marketing.

More details will be revealed next month during the car’s official debut at the 2012 New York Auto Show, so stay tuned!



8 comments:

I’d ignore how it appeals on the outside; what’s important is that it is safe on the inside.

I’m confused with Traverse’s image; I don’t know if I should see it as competitive or luxurious.

This is family-inspired. I think it’s perfect for the extended family. It seems enjoyable to ride on. What could be the starting price of this Traverse? 

The amount of safety and reliability in this are overflowing; that’s why I suggest this for family use.

Traverse is very ideal to use if you need reliability and safety in a vehicle.

This is truly ideal for family use. When it comes to family, safety always comes first in mind; Cheverolet Traverse can give the protection we all desire.

I can’t observe its exterior and interior much, but I can tell that the highlight of this automotive is the safety and protection it can provide. The airbags for both the driver and passengers are of a big help in case a collision occurs.

This looks more sophisticated. Although I have nothing against enhancements, I wish they would just stop with it. I hope they’d create other concepts instead of recycling them.

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