2022 Chevy Traverse Gets Small Price Increase6
The 2022 Chevy Traverse has received a small price increase.
While the actual price of the mid-size crossover has not changed, GM has decided to raise the cost of the mandatory destination freight charge from $1,195 to $1,395, equating to a $200 price increase across the board regardless of the trim level, options or features that are selected.
Following this change, the 2022 Chevy Traverse in the entry-level LS trim with the standard 3.6L V6 LFY gasoline engine and front-wheel drive will start at $35,095, while the LT Cloth trim will start at $37,595 and the LT Leather at $41,295. The RS trim with the same engine/drivetrain combination will be priced from $45,595, while the Premier and High Country will start at $47,995 and $52,595, respectively.
Check out the table below for a more complete look at the new pricing for all trim levels and configurations of the 2022 Chevy Traverse:
|Trim Level||Drivetrain||2022 MSRP + DFC|
The 2022 Chevy Traverse comes standard with the above-mentioned atmospheric 3.6L V6 LFY gasoline engine, rated at 310 horsepower and 266 pound-feet of torque, which is paired with the GM nine-speed automatic transmission. It rides on a long-wheelbase variant of the GM C1 platform and is produced at the at the GM Lansing Delta Township Assembly facility in Michigan.
Production of the mildly revised 2023 Chevy Traverse is slated to kick off on June 6th, 2022. As GM Authority covered previously, the 2023 Chevy Traverse will delete two paint colors previously offered for the 2022 model year, including Silver Ice Metallic (paint code GAN) and Cherry Red Tintcoat (paint code GSK). These two exterior colors will be replaced with two new ones: Radiant Red Tintcoat (paint code GNT) and Sterling Gray Metallic (GXD).
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Wow GM ain’t playing with there price increases
As a regular reader of GMAUthority, I guess I am confused as recent articles and chats has stated GM stopped selling/making 2022 traverses, and people who had an order for a 2022 were told they get 2023 models, with little additional details on cost, colors, options as they specified? with that background – how can you raise the price on a vehicle that no longer exists……???? or is this just for all the ones sitting on the storage lot waiting for chips??? very confusing. also, previous articles state you can order your 2023 traverse, but if you go to the chevy website and try to “build” a traverse, the only optioj is for 2022, not 2023…….??? GM really dropping the ball on what should be fairly simple day to day operations and maintanence of their websites with up to date information and options……… while I was very interested in a 2022 Traverse, I am planning to wait until late 2023 or maybe even 2024 (redesign??) because right now, tne Traverse is a mythical vehicle……..
Try looking online for dealer inventory of the 2022 GMC Acadia AWD 3.6 V6. I scored a Denali in the canceled color of Satin Steel Metallic. It took me a week and a half from starting to look for this exact vehicle to locating, buying and having it sitting in my driveway. This day, you can not be dealer loyal… search the online inventory. And btw, I was not price gouged by the dealer.
Huh, so GM is raising the price $200 on destination freight charge???? They can’t deliver the 2022 that are already built sitting in overflow lots around Lansing for months. They have some nerve!!!!
The price of diesel fuel is driving a lot of transportation costs sky high.
I tried to order a Traverse in mid-February and the order wasn’t accepted. I was told there was no guarantee that we’d get a 2023 either. What a screwed up company GM is. Unbelievable that they are still in business with how dysfunctional they are.