Junky Chevrolet Traverse
3 brand new batteries in 3 years. only 33,000 miles and still under warranty, yet GM and the dealership refused to troubleshoot the actual cause, which goes beyond changing the battery. The car is frying the battery, but they deliberately declined to look in that direction. Just kicking the can down the road with the hope of kicking out of the 3-year warranty window. Intermittent camera failure and stiff steering. Not always starting, especially in the morning. The entire dashboard light comes on and goes off after about 20 seconds. Then starts on the next attempt. It failed to start completely twice, even with the intervention of an OnStar roadside assistant. The junk had to be towed to the dealership. My overall assessment, it is full of bugs, just a junk that deserves a recall.
Highly Dangerous/ Break Issues in Wet Weather
I have issues with my 2020 Traverse. I have owned this vehicle for over 2 years and a month ago I started having issues Every time the road is wet my brakes makes a grinding noise and throws me to the windshield. I have taking it to the place I bought it in Hazard Ky they say they can not find anything wrong. I told them to drive it in wet weather.i ask if a sensor could be getting wet in my anti lock break system. I am very terrified for myself and my family safety I have never drove a vehicle that acted this way. I would not recommend anyone to buy this vehicle
Alternator Issues-Buyer Beware
Writing this since I see others have had similar problems.. but the DAY my warranty expired (only have 30K miles but hit the three year mark) my alternator went bad. Alternators should last 7 years or over 100K miles... so how mine went out at 3 years with only 30K miles is beyond me. But now I'm out $1200 for a part that should've lasted far longer. And the fact that I was just a few days outside the warranty and it didn't matter is incredibly frustrating.