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2018 Traverse Has $31K Base Price, But Rises To Near $55k

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John Goreham
Contributing Writer, GM-Trucks.com
7-27-2017

Chevy teased out a bit of price info today. Most notably, that the 2018 Traverse will start at just $30,875 including destination and delivery. Chevy says that the Traverse will come in L, LS, LT, Premier, and a new sporty RS trim as well as the top-of-the line High Country. A Redline package will be available on Premier, with blacked-out and red accents.

 

We went to the on-line configurator and priced out an AWD High Country Traverse with the optional Iridescent Pearl Tricoat paint, powered universal tablet holder, a year of OnStar Guidance and came up with as price of about $55k. The configurator bails out at the end and won't display a final buy price, but refers the person shopping to a dealer.

 

The entry price is up about $2K from last year, which started at $28,700.

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Not sure Why they think they need a pricing tease as they are in stock at dealers and window stickers are easily into $50s

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