2018 Chevy Traverse New Safety Features
The 2018 Chevy Traverse has just been revealed. Several updates and revisions have been made to this great crossover for the new model year. This includes the addition of several safety systems. The 2018 Chevy Traverse new safety features will provide even more peace of mind to drivers and passengers.
New 2018 Traverse Safety Systems
Several new safety-oriented technologies have been added to the Traverse for the 2018 model year. New Traverse safety features include:
- Surround Vision.
- D-Optic LED headlamps.
- Lane Keep Assist with Lane Departure Warnings.
- Front Pedestrian Braking.
- Forward Collision Alerts.
- Low and High-Speed Forward Automatic Braking.
These features join a healthy collection of features that carry over from past Traverse models. The 2017 Traverse could be equipped with features like:
- Rearview camera.
- Blind-spot and rear-cross traffic monitoring system.
- Forward collision alerts.
- Lane departure warnings.
These systems are also supported by a healthy collection of airbags. The 2017 model also earned a five star government crash test rating, the highest possible score. Crash test results for the 2018 Traverse are not yet available.
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In addition to all of these safety features, the 2018 Traverse will include Chevy’s Teen Driver feature as standard equipment. This system allows parents to set restrictions on learning drivers, and review driving performance after the fact.
The 2018 Chevrolet Traverse is set to go on sale during the fall of 2017. Be sure to stop by Wolf Auto when it does to take a test drive.