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Chevy Traverse trim levels

Chevrolet Traverse by RL GNZLZ - CC-BY-SA-2.0 The Chevy Traverse has been one of the best and most versatile three row SUVs on the market for years now. And there are plenty of options for you to find a Traverse with all the features you need and at a price point to meet your budget. Since 2015, the Traverse has been offered in at least 8 unique trims, and in recent years has featured up to 17 different trims with front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive options.

The Best Year For The Chevy Silverado

Image source The Silverado is one of the best, longest-lasting trucks on the road. They have been known to drive strong for 200,000+ miles. If you’re looking for a used truck, the best year for the Chevy Silverado is the 2018 Silverado 1500. J.D Power ranks 2018 as the best third-generation Silverado out of the bunch. The 2018 year will be the last for the generation that started in 2014.

The Best Year for the Chevy Avalanche

Image source The last year for the Avalanche was 2013, and it was also the best year for the Chevy Avalanche. Although most people believe that the discontinuation of the popular truck/SUV was because of poor sales, that’s only partly true. It was also discontinued due to a bad business plan, GM bankruptcy problems, and loyal buyers of the Silverado and Sierra. The discontinuation didn’t have much to do with consumers not likely the vehicle any longer.

Which year models of used Chevrolet Tahoe to avoid

2015 Chevrolet Tahoe by Kevauto - CC-BY-SA-4.0 The Chevrolet Tahoe has been in production since 1994, named after the countryside scenery of Lake Tahoe to represent its ability to explore rugged terrain. This full-size SUV has had its fair share of tweaks and improvements over the years, including expansions in size and improved handling. A Tahoe should take you through any sort of land with ease, but you want to make sure you get the right one.

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