2017 Chevy Traverse Exterior Design & Details

Laveta Brigham

The exterior of the 2017 Chevrolet Traverse goes unchanged from the 2016 model year. Body Styles The Traverse will continue to be offered solely as a four-door crossover with a liftback hatch. Complete details on the 2017 Traverse body style (with pictures). Exhaust The LS Base (1SM), LS (1LS) and LT (1LT, 2LT) models are […]

The exterior of the 2017 Chevrolet Traverse goes unchanged from the 2016 model year.

Body Styles

The Traverse will continue to be offered solely as a four-door crossover with a liftback hatch.

Complete details on the 2017 Traverse body style (with pictures).

Exhaust

The LS Base (1SM), LS (1LS) and LT (1LT, 2LT) models are equipped with a single exhaust outlet, while the 2LT Graphite Special Edition and Premier (1LZ) feature dual exhaust which enables them to make slightly more horsepower and torque.

Mirrors

Traverse LS Base and LS come standard with black, power-adjustable rearview mirrors that are manually folded. Heated, power-adjustable, body-color, manual-folding side mirrors with integrated turn signal indicators come standard on the LT while the Premier sees these same features along with driver-side memory, driver-side auto-dimming, and power-folding capabilities.

Wheels

The 2017 Traverse offers a choice of five stock wheel options.

Complete details on 2017 Traverse wheels.

Tires

The 2017 Chevy Traverse offers a choice of three stock tire options.

The crossover is also equipped with a 17-inch spare wheel and tire [QD6] which is standard across all trim levels.

Complete details about 2017 Traverse tires.

Colors

2017 Chevy Traverse colors are comprised of eight exterior colors, including:

  • Silver Ice Metallic
  • Summit White
  • Mosaic Black Metallic
  • Champagne Silver Metallic
  • Tungsten Metallic
  • Siren Red Tintcoat
  • Blue Velvet Metallic
  • Iridescent

Complete details about 2017 Traverse exterior colors.

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