Following the tradition of enduring vehicle models like the Ram 1500 Classic, Nissan Rogue Select, and Chevrolet Malibu Classic, the previous-generation Chevrolet Traverse is set to persist into the 2024 model year alongside its revamped successor.
Aptly named the 2024 Traverse Limited, a spokesperson from Chevrolet has affirmed that this model will have a limited availability period as General Motors accelerates production for the redesigned 2024 Traverse, which was unveiled earlier in the year.
As per GM’s fleet order guide, Traverse Limited will maintain the same trim levels as the outgoing 2023 model, encompassing LS, LT, RS, Premier, and High Country. The sole engine option will be a 3.6-liter V-6, with the choice between front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive.
The exact duration of the coexistence of the Traverse Limited and the new Traverse in showrooms remains uncertain. Chevrolet has indicated that the new model is scheduled to reach dealerships in “early 2024.” Although pricing details for the upcoming model are not yet available, it is anticipated to exceed the cost of the Traverse Limited.
Consequently, opting for the older version might yield a substantial discount. However, potential buyers should note that this decision entails forgoing the enhancements featured in the new Traverse, such as a more potent turbocharged 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine and a significantly revamped interior boasting a larger touchscreen.