The 2010 Chevrolet Traverse offers all the bells and whistles that seem necessary to sell a vehicle today—plus some features that you don't expect to see on a vehicle with the affordability and mass appeal of the Traverse.
Cars.com reviewers say that the standard "On Star system provides such features as turn-by-turn navigation and directions to restaurants, hotels or other points of interest." ConsumerGuide also notes that the Chevrolet Traverse comes standard with a "tilt/telescopic steering wheel, cruise control," full power accessories, an "AM/FM/CD/MP3 player, satellite radio," and "automatic headlights." Moving up to the Chevrolet Traverse LT, ConsumerGuide says to expect a "leather-wrapped steering wheel w/radio controls" to join the standard features list, while Motor Trend describes the top-of-the-line Chevrolet Traverse LTZ as "Chevy's modern Kingswood Estate, with ... standard leather," among other unique standard features. Some of the standard amenities exclusively on the Traverse Chevrolet in LTZ trim are "tri-zone automatic climate controls (including rear controls), navigation system w/voice recognition and traffic information, [and] rearview camera," according to ConsumerGuide.
Regardless of which trim you opt for, Edmunds is pleased to report "Bluetooth connectivity is standard" on the 2010 Chevrolet Traverse. For 2010, a USB port is now included with the premium radio option, as well as OnStar 8.2.
The features list doesn't end there on the 2010 Chevrolet Traverse trims, as GM includes a lengthy catalog of options for those with a bit more disposable income. Cars.com says that some of the "cool features of the new Traverse" include "a panoramic sunroof" and "in-dash navigation system," along with an available "rear-seat DVD entertainment system" and "leather upholstery." For those living in the Golden State, ConsumerGuide says that an available "California Edition" package adds an upgraded "Bose sound system, chrome exhaust tip," and "bright alloy wheels," while a "remote engine start" option is available as a stand-alone feature on the Chevrolet Traverse LS and LT.