By on July 3, 2017

2018 Chevrolet Traverse High Country - Image: GMOverall auto sales are falling in the United States, but utility vehicle sales are not. This explains, in part, why average transaction prices are routinely rising to record levels — June 2017 ATPs were up 1.5 percent year-over-year, for example.

And what better way to take advantage of the American consumer’s willingness to pay more for a new family vehicle than with a new top-spec trim level. For the second-generation 2018 Chevrolet Traverse, that variant is called the High Country.

The High in High Country could represent one of two things. Either you need to be high to pay $52,995 for a Chevrolet Traverse or — and it could be the latter — the elevation of this Country is so High you’re about to suffer altitude sickness.

Perhaps there’s a third option. It could be an outstanding value. (Read More…)

Recent Comments

  • ShoogyBee: Here in Milwaukee, Kias and Hyundais are being stolen left and right. Visit the Milwaukee subreddit and...
  • Ol Shel: Spoken like someone who still dumps his used motor oil down the well. It’s the only true way to own...
  • Ol Shel: And those old V10 fords and Dodges are worth almost nothing due to their hideous economy. Same will happen...
  • dal20402: “f you’re dumb enough to get screwed by a dealer you had it coming to you.” What boundless...
  • tylanner: Ladies and gentlemen, this bilking industry of do-nothing middlemen, which continue to blaze the uncharted...

New Car Research

Get a Free Dealer Quote

Who We Are

  • Adam Tonge
  • Bozi Tatarevic
  • Corey Lewis
  • Mark Baruth
  • Ronnie Schreiber