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Can the AWD Chevrolet Traverse versions of the 2018 models be ordered with towing provisions?

daveanbdaveanb Member Posts: 1
edited March 2018 in Chevrolet
I have a 5000 pound trailer to tow, and am considering a Traverse. I would also need AWD but when I go to feature and specs (if I am reading it right) it shows that the only model that can be ordered with towing provisions is the FWD LT Cloth version. To make it more confusing, when I read the Motor Trend review they note the inconvenience of the location of the mode selector on the tested awd version which has a "tow" mode, which wouldn't make sense if the vehicle wasn't otherwise equipped to tow.


  • inuvikinuvik Member Posts: 162
    Maximum rated tow capacity for the Traverse is 1500 lbs. You'll want to step up to a Tahoe to get that kind of towing capacity.
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