Three-rowed full-size SUVs are among the most popular vehicle segments among American families. 

In recent years, many manufacturers have come up with eye-catching SUVs to take advantage of this high-demand market 

Chevrolet introduced the Traverse to the market in 2008 as a 2009 model year. 

The new 2022 Chevy Traverse offers a potent V6 powertrain, excellent fuel economy 

an unmatched level of refinement. However, with a $33,700 starting price 

many might rather compromise the quirkiest tech and safety features  

a lower price tag by opting for a second-hand model on the used market. 

The first generation of the Traverse (2009-2017) can be an excellent family hauler for buyers on a tight

budget. However, like any other SUV, the Traverse had its fair share of problems and headaches 

throughout the years. Because of that, it is critical to choose the proper trim and model year to ensure

you’re not spending your money on an unreliable car. Without further ado 

let’s take a look at some of the notable first-gen Traverses available on the used market. 

If you’re looking for the best deal a first-gen Chevy Traverse can offer, you should opt for the 2017 Premier trim

Fuel Economy is definitely not an advantage point for the 2017 Chevy Traverse