Continuing the automotive tradition of models like the Ram 1500 Classic, the Nissan Rogue Select, and the Chevrolet Malibu Classic, the aging Chevrolet Traverse will extend its run into the 2024 model year alongside its redesigned counterpart.
Branded as the 2024 Traverse Limited, a Chevrolet representative has affirmed to C/D that this variant will have a limited availability duration, coinciding with General Motors’ production scale-up for the revamped 2024 Traverse, unveiled earlier in the year.
As outlined in GM’s fleet order guide, Traverse Limited will maintain the same trim options as the outgoing 2023 model, encompassing LS, LT, RS, Premier, and High Country. The sole engine choice will be a 3.6-liter V-6, with the option for either front-wheel or all-wheel drive.
The precise showroom overlap duration between the Traverse Limited and the new Traverse remains uncertain, although Chevrolet projects the arrival of the latter at dealerships in “early 2024.” While pricing details for the redesigned model are yet to be disclosed, anticipation suggests it will command a higher price point than the Traverse Limited.
Consequently, opting for the older version might present an opportunity for a substantial discount. However, choosing the previous model means forgoing the enhancements featured in the new Traverse, including a more potent turbocharged 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine and a significantly revamped interior boasting a larger touchscreen.