Those in the market for a full-size crossover may want to take a look at Chevrolet. The brand is currently unloading remaining inventory of 2017 Traverse models and General Motors has slapped the CUV with a 17 percent off MSRP incentive.
The rebate only applies to the Traverse LT model and cannot be combined with special lease, finance or other offers. Though, this incentive is certainly the best deal currently. In fact, certain Chevrolet Silverado model also apply for the same 17 percent off MSRP incentive as well.
Selecting a Traverse 1LT nets buyers 18-inch wheels, rear park assist, remote start, leather wrapped steering wheel and more. The going MSRP is $34,995 for a Traverse 1LT, which works out to roughly $29,000 before tax, title and other fees are thrown in. That’s a lot of car for not a lot of money.
The 2018 Chevrolet Traverse promises more space, usability and additional content for its price. Though, the starting price jumps to $30,875 for a base model. That’s about a $2,000 jump over the outgoing base Traverse. Opting for the more luxurious 2018 Buick Enclave nets a $40,970 starting price.
However, the 2017 Traverse is worth a look with discounts like this.