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2024 Chevy Traverse Limited Pricing Uncovered

GM pulled the sheets on the all-new third generation of the Chevy Traverse this summer with the debut of the 2024 Chevy Traverse, ushering in an extensive list of changes, including the addition of the ruggedly styled, off-road capable Z71 trim. However, the carryover 2024 Traverse Limited will launch before the third-gen model.

Now, GM Authority has uncovered the pricing details of the 2024 Chevy Traverse Limited. MSRP for the LS, LT Cloth, LT Leather, RS, and High Country trims remains exactly same as for the 2023 Chevy Traverse, with a destination freight charge of $1,395.

The 2024 Chevy Traverse Limited offers all five trim levels in both front-wheel drive (FWD) and all-wheel drive (AWD) configurations. The lowest price in the lineup is for the LS trim with FWD, offering a base MSRP plus DFC of $35,915. The highest base price is $55,595 for the AWD configuration of the High Country trim level.

The table below provides a full breakdown of the pricing for the Chevy Traverse Limited:

Chevrolet Model Pricing - 2024 Chevy Traverse Limited
Trim Level Drivetrain 2024 MSRP + DFC
LS FWD $35,915
LS AWD $37,915
LT Cloth FWD $38,440
LT Cloth AWD $42,240
LT Leather FWD $42,135
LT Leather AWD $44,135
RS FWD $46,440
RS AWD $48,440
Premier FWD $48,595
Premier AWD $51,195
High Country FWD $53,395
High Country AWD $55,595

The 2024 Chevy Traverse Limited will be offered for a limited time only and is effectively a continuation of 2023 model-year production under a new model-year designation. The Limited was introduced as a direct result of the UAW Stand Up Strike, which disrupted production the Lansing Delta Township plant in Michigan by targeting it with a local strike.

As GM Authority further uncovered, the 2024 Chevy Traverse Limited is identical to the outgoing model year, and will not include any type of special Limited badging. Start of regular production (SORP) for the carryover model is scheduled for January of the 2024 calendar year. Dealers started entering orders on November 15th, with GM picking those orders up beginning on November 30th.

Third-generation 2024 Chevy Traverse RS (left) and Z71

The third-gen 2024 Chevy Traverse is also still in the pipeline, with a Chevrolet representative stating “the 2024 Traverse Limited will be available for a short period as we ramp up production for the all-new 2024 Traverse, which will launch in early 2024, just as we announced when we revealed it.”

The next-generation Traverse will have its own pricing, to be announced at a future date, which will likely diverge from the current model’s MSRP structure. Among many other changes, the new 2024 Traverse will drop the High Country variant for now, offering a four-trim lineup, with the LS, LT, Z71, and RS as the available grades.

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  • Why or who would buy the limited when 24s are so much different maybe with approx 25% price cut they might sell dealers are still trying to sell leftover 23s in december year old already boo to gm

  • Why not just keep the '23 model until the '24 is ready? Why go to all this trouble for a few month run?

    • You're talking about a company that went bankrupt in 2008..... They still have the same mentality. I guess some people needed to justify their jobs.

  • Being a male driver on popular streets in the Amazon, we all know the risks involved on the bumpy roads. We all agree on that situation.

    • They are keeping the 23s they are just calling them 24s price increase go to trade that in a few years from now good luck gms just have to manys unsold 23s left

  • Huh? Timing chains were fixed during the initial Lambda run, and certainly weren't a cause for concern by the 2013 refresh.

    Plus, the LLT and LFY are different engines, so...