Thinking about heading to Peter Conte Chevrolet to pick out a new Chevy Traverse? That is awesome because it is a great car! It has some great features like:
7 Seats- If you are expanding your family or just need a lot of room, make sure you check out the 7 seats! With the fold down option you will have plenty of room for your gear or your family!
It has some superior technology, including built 4G internet. Which is great way to keep that growing family occupied! It also has Pandora, SiriusXFM Radio, and streaming through apps like Spotify using the bluetooth technology. Also, you don’t have to worry about keeping all of your gadgets charged. With up to 3 USB ports you can always charge a device!
The innovative safety features of Traverse help make every road a safe one. Available technologies like an industry-first Front Center Air Bag – Side Blind Zone Alert and Rear Cross Traffic Alert, as well as Forward Collision Alert and Lane Departure Warning, all work together for a confident drive, inside and out.
And my favorite feature of all- Heated seats. They are so awesome especially when the weather gets cold like it is now. We affectionately call them butt warmers and I know you will love them just as much as we do!
Of course when you go to buy your first mid-size crossover you don’t want to look like a total newb. Here are some tips to keep you confident!
Set a budget: When shopping for your first car, you want to be sure you know how much you can afford to spend. One of the biggest mistakes you can make as a first time car buyer is looking for a car without a realistic budget in place.
Check your credit report. If you have bad credit clear it up before buying a car. Also, make sure there are no discrepancies or identity theft. You want the best rating possible before going to the dealer.
Get an auto loan pre-approval. Before stepping on the lot make sure you can get financed. If this is your first car ever you may not be able to get financing at a good rate. Make sure you know how much you can borrow and what the payments actually will be. Sometimes it may cheaper to pay in cash. Also, if it is possible get a cosigner if you can’t afford cash and have no credit rating.
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