The 2022 Chevrolet Traverse is expected to again be offered in seven trims: L, LS, LT Cloth, LT Leather, RS, Premier and High Country. The base Traverse
L (estimated around $30,000, plus destination fee) includes a V6 engine, tri-zone automatic climate control, six USB ports, LED headlamps and MyLink infotainment system with touchscreen display and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration. For 2022, even base Traverse models include a suite of active safety features. The
LS (est. $33,000, FWD; $35,000, AWD) adds features such as traction-mode select, deep tinted windows and the ability to add more options. The
LT Cloth (est. sub-$36,000, FWD; over $39,000, AWD) builds on the LS with second-row captain's chair seating (a bench is optional), power-adjustable driver's seat and heated outside mirrors. Options are likely to include heated front seats, remote start, power rear lift gate, blind spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert and rear parking assist. The
LT Leather (est. over $39,100, FWD; est. over $41,000, AWD) has leather interior, blind-spot monitoring, power lift gate and 8-in touchscreen display. Adaptive cruise control is optional starting on this trim. The
RS (est. over $43,000, FWD; around $46,000, AWD) has a sportier look with 20-in dark painted wheels and signature black accents, including roof fails, a grille bow tie badge and window trim. The RS is expected to also include 10-speaker Bose audio, navigation, rear camera mirror and HD Surround Vision. The
Premier (est. $46,000, FWD; est. over $48,000, AWD) comes with a hands-free lift gate, power adjustable steering column, heated steering wheel, ventilated front seats, wireless phone charger and heated second-row seats. Available is the Safety Alert Seat that vibrates the driver's seat to warn of danger, such as backing up too close to an object. The
High Country (est. over $51,000, FWD: over $53,000, AWD) adds a power-folding third-row seat, upgraded leather interior, 8-in digital instrument cluster and power rear sunshade.