2011 Chevrolet Traverse Interior, Exterior Styling
As with most of the classic Chevrolet models, the 2011 Traverse features a number of distinctive elements that set it apart from the crowd. The sleek profile has an elegant design that embodies the true essence of this timeless automotive company. Inserts in the grille that are plated with chrome and the large tires give this vehicle an upscale look most often found in units that are much more expensive.
A few more of the impressive design features include the integration of turn signals into the outside mirrors, a rear spoiler that has been placed over the liftgate window, 20 inch aluminum wheels, special roof moldings designed to augment the exterior appearance, a power sunroof and dual exhaust pipes.
The interior has also gotten some attention with many different items pointing to this attention to detail. The trademark dual cockpit design which is typical of past Chevrolet models causes the entire passenger compartment to appear as one seamless unit. With an instrument panel that is mounted on a unique angle position, giving the driver more visibility without interfering with dashboard indicators.
The interior can be rearranged to comfortably sit up to 8 adults, with 2 front buckets, a second row bench that features a 60/40 split and can hold 3 passengers, plus another 60/40 style third row seat that can hold 3 more people. Captain’s chairs are available for the second row as well along with a leather seat option. There is also space behind the third row of seats that can provide the necessary space for hauling groceries or other small cargo items.