One owner, clean title, seven passenger AWD Chevy Traverse 2LT with factory tow package.

-Rated to tow up to 5,200 lbs. Gets 13-14mpg while towing at 65mph on the highway with a 2,500lb. race car on an open 1,500 lb. trailer. Six pin towing electrical plug. Trailer brake controller wired in already. 2" hitch receiver. OEM tow pkg. includes larger radiator and transmission oil cooler.

The Good:
-One owner, clean AZ title, ready to go.
-Has been in California and Arizona since 2013.
-Transmission shifts perfectly. Always has.
-Dexos synthetic 5W30 oil changes every 5k miles since new. Used Mobil One for virtually every oil change.
-Cold blowing A/C.
-All accessories and displays work properly. (gauge cluster was rebuilt recently)
-All glass in good condition. Front windshield recently replaced.
-Power windows and locks and driver's seat power controls work great.
-Two keys and two remotes. Everything works perfectly including remote start.
-Brand new battery in November 2022
-New front wheel bearings, sway bar links, and RF control arm with lower ball joint in November 2022.
-Factory roof rails installed, ready for you box or bike/kayak/ski rack.
-Trailer brake controller already wired in. Works great.
-Drives and brakes perfectly straight with no vibrations, pulls, shudders, etc.

The Not so Good:
-Front differential / transfer case is making a roaring noise and it will need to be replaced at some point. That's the reason for the low asking price. Right now it drives completely fine otherwise. I changed the fluid recently and there was a tiny bit of metal on the magnet drain plug, so not sure what happened, but confirmed it needs to have the unit replaced. There is a good supply of remanufactured and used transfer case units out there on the market.

-Intermittently gave a code for P0420 (catalytic converter efficiency) but I've run a bottle of CataClean through it and it the code has not returned. Still, it may need a converter and/or O2 sensor(s) at some point.

-Very small oil leak from the front engine cover. I top it off with less than 0.25 quarts between 5k oil changes.

-Has typical small scratches and dents for a well loved and used 185k, 12 year old SUV. Interior is similar; overall in good shape but has some minor stains on the headliner and scratches on the plastic in high use areas.

-Tires have a ton of tread. They're Michelin X-ICE snow tires I installed in 2017. They're awesome, quiet, have worn fantastically, and handle snow incredibly well as well as rain and every day driving. But, I understand some people might not want snow tires.

Selling because I don't own a trailer anymore and simply don't drive it much. Feel free to ask me any questions! Thanks for looking.