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I recently bought a 2011 traverse ls awd I traded in my 06 trailblazer lt. Though I miss my trailblazer Im really impressed with my traverse It seems to be built very good and lots more features and room compared to the imports. Ive been a chevy man for almost 20 years now and its great to see GM cranking out excelent cars. Long live the bowtie!
 

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Welcome to you both, it is an awesome car :thumb:
 

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We've had ours for 11 months now and have loved it from the moment we drove it off the lot.

Congrats guys! :cheers:
 

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Congrats! We're 2 months in and couldn't be happier with ours.
 

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Welcome to you both. ;D
We have had ours since late July, and have loved every mile of it. We went from a Grand Prix GXP ( Oh how I miss that V8 Rumble & power ) but really enjoy the spase the Verse gets us.
 

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Welcome! I'm sure you guys have have surfed this forum enough already, to realize the wealth of information on here. Always happy to see more people join!
 

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Welcome to the forum new guys. What colors and options did you select?
 

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Silver metallic for me. we have the LS, in regards to options we kept it simple. We have bluetooth, leather wrapped steering shift. Love the smooth drive! and the space. We have had SUV's before but I think its bigger then my Envoy and Trailblazer we had
 

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I have had my 2011 2lt for a little over a month.I absolutely love it.can anyone tell me if they make nerf bars for 2011's.I had them on my 2009 but can't seem to find them for this one.
 

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Jay - you are correct that Traverse is bigger than the Envoy/Trailblazer. In fact, it has more interior volume that the Tahoe/Yukon, in part, I think, to some of the smart features that resemble minivan features like flat folding middle and third row seats.

There are several Tahoes at my office and the owners can't believe the space inside my "small" Traverse. Of course, they're also blown away by the performance, towing capacity, and gas mileage.

Tahoe = Old school. Traverse = New school. (BTW, I put 92,000 miles on a Tahoe not long ago, so I feel competent to comment.)
 
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