How do you change a low beam light on a 2017 Chevy Traverse? (video)
How much is a headlight bulb for Chevy Traverse?
The average cost for a Chevrolet Traverse headlight bulb replacement is between $238 and $302. Labor costs are estimated between $164 and $206 while parts are priced between $74 and $95. via
Is 2017 a good year for Chevy Traverse?
The 2017 Chevrolet Traverse is a very good midsize SUV . It has a spacious cargo area and ample passenger room, yet it drives like a smaller vehicle. The Traverse also has below-average ownership costs. On the downside, it has poor fuel economy for a midsize SUV, and its infotainment system can be laggy. via
Can a 2017 Traverse tow a camper?
The 2017 Chevrolet Traverse offers a maximum towing capacity of 5,200 pounds (2,358 kg). The 2017 Traverse is available with an optional trailering equipment package (RPO code VR2) on all trim levels except for the LS Base (1SM). via
How much does a 2017 Traverse cost?
The 2017 Chevrolet Traverse has a Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) starting at $29,595 for the retail-order-only 1SM and $32,195 for an LS model with no options. 1LT and 2LT models run $34,995 and $37,545, respectively, while the range-topping Traverse Premier begins at $42,940. via
How do you remove the headlights on a Chevy Traverse? (video)
What type of bulb is H11?
H11 bulbs are single-filament halogen bulbs with an L-shaped socket. They are some of the most common bulbs for headlights and fog lights. via
What's the difference between H11 and H16?
The biggest difference between H8, H9, H11, and H16 are both the wattage levels that they run at and whether or not they have a painted-on reflector cap at the top of the glass tube. H16 is most commonly used in fog lights, whereas the H11 is most commonly used in headlights. via
What is the life expectancy of a Chevy Traverse?
The Chevrolet Traverse has a respectable 200,000-mile life expectancy, however vehicle longevity will vary from owner to owner. Based on the average annual mileage of 15,000 miles, the Traverse is expected to last 13.5 years on average if regularly maintained, well looked after and driven smoothly. via
Is Chevy discontinuing the Traverse?
The 2.0L 4-cylinder Turbo engine was short-lived, with Chevrolet discontinuing the engine for the Traverse in April 2019. 2018 also saw an updated 3.6-liter V6 engine (RPO code LFY). The updated 3.6-liter engine features increased power, and engine start-stop technology. via
How do I know if my 2017 Chevy Traverse has a towing package?
Obviously, a hitch on the rear of your vehicle is a giveaway that there is probably a tow package, but to be sure that your Traverse model is equipped with a factory-installed tow package, look inside the glove box for a sticker indicating a three-digit code "V92." This factory issued code indicates that the Traverse via
Can you add a towing package to a Chevy Traverse?
To get the 5,000-pound Chevy Traverse towing capacity, you'll want to opt for a model with the available V92 Trailer Towing Package. This package is optional on LT, RS, and Premium models, and it comes standard on High Country. via
How many miles will a 2017 Traverse last?
Traverse can last about 200,000 miles before the cost to keep it running exceeds what it's worth. Going from 150,000 to 200,000 miles is more likely if you routinely service the powertrain, including regular oil changes, new spark plugs, etc. Up until 2017, the only offered engine in the Chevy Traverse was a 3.6L V6. via
What type of oil does a 2017 Chevy Traverse take?
If you drive a Chevrolet Traverse, your car will need 5W-30 synthetic oil. via
How big is the gas tank on a 2017 Chevy Traverse?
|Fuel & MPG|
|EPA mileage est. (cty/hwy)||15/22 MPG|
|Combined MPG||18 MPG|
|Range in miles (cty/hwy)||330.0/484.0 mi.|
|Fuel tank capacity||22.0 gal.|