2017 Chevy Traverse vs 2017 Toyota Highlander
With its "Best in Class" maximum cargo space and plenty of fun features the whole family will love, the 2017 Chevy Traverse is one smart choice for those who live larger than life. This midsize SUV is perfect for any type of drive, whether you are running a quick errand or hauling the whole family to an away game. Add in an array of available safety technologies to help you detect, prevent and protect your passengers from dangerous situations on the road, and you've got one well-rounded vehicle.
In order to give you a better idea on how the 2017 Chevy Traverse compares to the competition, we've pitted it against another popular vehicle in its segment, the 2017 Toyota Highlander. See how they stack up against each other below!
|2017 Chevy Traverse||vs||2017 Toyota Highlander|
|$28,700||Starting MSRP (USD)||$30,630|
|3.6L V6||Standard Engine||2.7L 4-Cylinder|
|116.3 Cubic Feet||Cargo Volume to Seat One||83.7 Cubic Feet|
|Yes||Built-in 4G LTE WiFi||No|
Test Drive the 2017 Chevy Traverse in Colorado Springs CO
As you can see from the chart, the 2017 Chevy Traverse offers drivers more room in the cargo departing, measuring in at 116.3 cubic feet of space from the front seats, 70.3 cubic feet of space from the second row, and 24.4 cubic feet of space from the back row. This is compared to new Highlander which gets 83.7 feet of cubic space from the front seats, 42.3 cubic feet f space from the second row, and 13.8 cubic feet of space from the back row. Both vehicles offer standard seating for eight and have the option to opt for captain's chairs for seating for seven, however that option is only found on the top-tiered Highlander trim which costs about $4,000 more than the Traverse 2LT trim.
Another notable difference between these two mid-sized SUVs is the kind of infotainment systems they come available with. The Traverse features the available Chevrolet MyLink radio integrates your smartphone with your Traverse, letting you place and receive phone calls hands-free, stream Internet radio, and use voice commands. The Highlander comes with a similar infotainment system called Entune Audio, but only the Traverse has built-in 4G LET WiFi for easy internet access on up to seven devices.
If you would like to learn more about the 2017 Chevy Traverse, stop by Mike Maroone Colorado and take one for a test drive today!