Powerful engines aren’t the only reasons drivers are flocking to their local Chevy dealer to test drive a new Traverse; Chevrolet has packed the mid-sized crossover with a long menu of advanced performance features designed to increase power, offer better control, and deliver the economy urban drivers need every day. Drivers who choose efficiency as a priority can take advantage of the Intelligent Start/Stop technology which shuts the engine down at a stop to conserve fuel, starting it again seamlessly when it’s time to get moving. For drivers who want to take maximum advantage of the Chevy’s off-road capabilities, the optional AWD and Traction Mode Select features provide exceptional control of the vehicle in all weather conditions, allowing drivers to switch between front-wheel drive, 4X4 or snow driving, off-road for extra power to the rear wheels, and tow/haul mode for more torque when pulling a trailer. In fact, when properly equipped, the Traverse can outperform most competitors, offering drivers as much as 5,000 pounds of towing capability – more than enough to hook up to a camper and head off into the wilds for a weekend of adventure. Drivers can even opt for the High Country trim and gain still more control with the innovative twin-clutch AWD system.