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Regardless of what you bought or might end up getting, choose your favorite interior color.
 

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I can personally tell everyone that exterior color and trim level makes a huge difference in interior color choice. I am not found of the cashmere on the LT trim on the LT trim package but on the LTZ looks very nice on most colors except the Grey tones. Just my opinion, I have seen just about every possible color combo made.
 

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:) The LTZ comes with a two tone only, my wife also liked the ebony but it depends on what the exterior color is. I seen a gold mist with ebony interior and it was cloth but it just didn’t look that good with that color combo. I would have loved if GM would have offered a wood kit.

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Since GM is VERY unforgiving on the LTZ trim, we didn't get the LTZ in our Traverse. I can't stand the extremely rough riding 20" wheels. And the interior lack-of-choice killed it for us too.

GM needs to understand that the LTZ is the top of the line, and requires more choice, not less.
 

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OK here is my list of favorites LTZ cashmere and ebony exterior white, (this is the combo I personally own) next would be black granite and the cashmere/ebony. On the 2LT ebony is the way to go on the interior any outside is fine. I am not a big fan of the cloth, would upgrade it to leather.
 

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Narg said:
I can't stand the extremely rough riding 20" wheels. And the interior lack-of-choice killed it for us too.

GM needs to understand that the LTZ is the top of the line, and requires more choice, not less.
I wouldn’t say it is extremely rough! We drive it on a daily basis and rarely comment on how rough it is unless we are driving over a rough patch of road. I like the dark interior better than the light grey and personally do not like the cashmere at all. I wanted to get a white LTZ but couldn’t find one without the cashmere.

GM should have made all the leather seats perforated for the cooling system regardless if you have that option. That would have allowed an LTZ to have any color, same goes for the ls-lt models.
 

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;) I have had 20 on my last 3 vehicles and drove a LT2 the ride was not that much smoother. I like that it handles a little better with the 20’s on. I did test drive the Cadillac with the 20’s on now on the smaller vehicles there is a big difference. I didn’t like the ride on the Cadillac with the 20’s if you hit a pot hole or just a uneven road it was like a sports car and not very smooth. I also looked at the Arcadia & Traverse with ebony interior in leather it was nice but I had dark leather interior in the Avalanche I just sold looks good when clean but with a little wear on it the cracks in the leather really show up. I have light colored leather in my other 2 vehicles and people always think there newer than they are. With the two tones in the LTZ it just adds the extra plus in most luxury vehicles Cadillac, Lexes, Bentley and so on the leather package is two tones. I know you can’t compare a traverse to those Vehicles but it dose give it a classer look weather you want to admit it or not. Although I did find it stupid that if you wanted a interior color that came in an LT1 to 2 you could not get it in the LTZ .

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What about Cashmere Silver Metallic? Its a Priority 1 option for U.S. orders. We saw a 7-series on the lot with the Oyster/Black interior, and my wife simply stated "Thats the color combo were ordering" Nuff said...
 

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We have the 2019 RS in Cajun Red so black leather is the only way to go with that combo. Love the 20's, they ride almost as smooth as our old Mercedes and even handle railroad crossings with ease. Very comfortable interior and plenty of room. Tested a different SUV with a lighter colored interior - looked like mud or baby poop. I know ours has a lot of plastic but the way its textured and structured, it looks good. I have found that when I haven't liked a vehicle's ride, and after reviewing various choices, I could switch to a different tread pattern or tire manufacturer and get ones that perform better for me; although there might be a trade-off in longevity.
 
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