2017 Chevrolet Traverse Acceleration
The 2017 Chevrolet Traverse is capable of reaching 60 mph from a standstill in 6.8 seconds on to a quarter mile time of 15.5 seconds at 98 miles per hour. These figures reflect the capabilities of the Traverse in the range-topping Premier (1LZ) trim level.
|Trim||Drive Wheels||Power (hp)||Torque (lb-ft)||0-60 time||1/4 mile time|
|Premier (1LZ)||All-wheel Drive||288 hp||270 lb-ft||6.8 sec||15.5 @ 98 mph|
|2LT||All-wheel Drive||281 hp||266 lb-ft||6.9 sec||15.6 @ 97 mph|
|1LT||All-wheel Drive||281 hp||266 lb-ft||6.9 sec||15.6 @ 97 mph|
|LS||All-wheel Drive||281 hp||266 lb-ft||6.9 sec||15.7 @ 97 mph|
|Premier (1LZ)||Front-wheel Drive||288 hp||270 lb-ft||7.3 sec||15.8 @ 91 mph|
|Base LS||Front-wheel Drive||281 hp||266 lb-ft||7.4 sec||15.9 @ 91 mph|
|LS||Front-wheel Drive||281 hp||266 lb-ft||7.5 sec||15.9 @ 91 mph|
|2LT||Front-wheel Drive||281 hp||266 lb-ft||7.5 sec||15.9 @ 90 mph|
|1LT||Front-wheel Drive||281 hp||266 lb-ft||7.5 sec||15.9 @ 90 mph|
The variations in the figures above are primarily due to weight, all-wheel drive versus front-wheel drive configurations, and increased output for select models.
The difference in power output are due to the exhaust systems of the Traverse: the LS Base (1SM), LS (1LS) and LT (1LT, 2LT) models are equipped with a single exhaust outlet, while the 2LT Graphite Special Edition and Premier (1LZ) feature dual exhaust which enables them to make slightly more horsepower and torque.
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*Figures provided by AutoTK.com