2010 Chevrolet Traverse consumer reviews

$29,224–$31,224 MSRP range
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86% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.5
  • Interior design 4.3
  • Performance 4.2
  • Value for the money 4.1
  • Exterior styling 4.3
  • Reliability 4.2
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5.0

My awesome Traverse

I currently have 158,000 miles on my Traverse . I bought it six years ago . It has been through my two kids and their permit driving . To driving my kids to school everyday for five years . We love twenty miles from town . I have always kept the maintenance up on it . I plan on driving my traverse till it is done . Chevrolet really did their homework when they made the Traverse . It has satisfied my every need in a car . I love the power , the quite on the road . The gas mileage for the power you get out of it . The comport for traveling . The ease of handling. I really love the Traverse .

4.0

Very reliable vehicle for long distance traveling

Very comfortable and reliable, made a lot of long distance trips on it and never had any issues. Gas mileage is good for the size of SUV

4.4

Impressed and proud.

This truck has served and is still one of our daily drivers for myself and my wife. Have three children also so space is mandatory and this is a very comfortable, comparable to our Tahoe of same year. These second row captains chairs are way comfortable as I dont care which row i occupy during a driving break. 170,xxx miles and it aged very well and everything works or has been repaired (nothing too costly. Stereo amplifier once). We love the truck and it is very versatile. I love the folding down thrid row and second folding row too! GM did great with this one, i do read about lemons though with these we have been lucky however.

4.1

Very reliable

My traverse currently has 160,000 miles. Only been stranded twice with it once has a flat tire (My fault) The other was at the gas station the EVAP valve failed. It was a 5 minute fix. I keep up on the oil changes and that’s about it. This was one of my better purchases

3.9

Best SUV I’ve owned

Love my traverse. I have the one with the powered back door and 2 sunroofs but my back one doesn’t open like the front one does but nice to at least have more to look out for back passengers. I have 3 row seating too. A lot of room for ppl and things too. Rides nice. I have BOSE speakers in it and sound is incredible

5.0

Excellent car!

This car went above any of my expectations! I was looking for a vehicle with third row seating for my growing family and I found it with my Traverse. There is so much storage space and leg room in this car. I love it and would recommend it to anyone out there!

3.4

Best 7 seater SUV

The car is a nice comfortable car but it isn’t the most reliable. It’s a great SUV for big families. I really recommend this truck.

4.6

We’ll Maintain

Well maintained vehicle, oil changed regularly, new tires as of less than 2 years ago. Main use only for commute to and from work. Message for offer or questions!

4.7

so far love it

has all the bells and whistles that i need , rides and drives well. has remote start and has 3 row seating, could use a couple extra ports for plug ins. but I love it so far

1.4

Expensive junk. Engine problems that can be fatal

Nearly had a fatal crash due to which chevorlet is not taking response on engine failures which has happened to many others no recalls have been made. Recalls on air bags and seat belts how can they pride themselves on advertising being the top choice or have been awarded. Be aware you may need a whole new engine depending on the severity of Your engine and can be fatal engine stalls and loss of control when it shakes on occasion. Most see engine problems within 50,000 miles to 100,000 so the warranty will not cover it WHEN it happens while you still need to pay it off like i do currently out of a car and luck. I am thankful i survived it was 11 p.m. coming home with my 2 year old. The road was thankfully empty except road workers who in turn were worried of our safety since it was up in smoke amd shaking to a stop they thought the car was going to explode they put up flares and cones since it was in the middle of a freeway and flaged down a police car that helped push it to the side to get it towed.