The Chevy Traverse is one of our favorite models to recommend for families due to its comfortable interior and five star safety rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. And if you opt for the all-wheel-drive version, that’s even better for Illinois winter conditions. Either way, we can assist you with purchasing and maintaining the tires you need for this particular model or any of our other Chevy cars.
The best thing you can do for your Chevy Traverse is to keep up with routine maintenance. For tires specifically, there are several things you can do to increase their lifespan and efficiency. Start by getting a tire rotation at least every other time you get an oil change (so essentially, do it two or more times per year). Another thing you can do is get your alignment adjusted on an as-needed basis.
The biggest cause of flat tires, blow outs, and other tire issues is improper inflation. Depending on your tires and vehicle model, there is a recommendation inflation range. For many vehicles, this is somewhere in the 32-36 PSI area, but be sure to check before you over or under inflate your tires. A quick pit stop at a gas station is well worth your time when that low tire symbol appears on your dash.
Buying new tires
If you drive the Chevy Traverse, we have quite a few Chevy tire options for you. Depending on your driving style, budget, and other factors – smaller or larger tires or tires with particular tread types may be better for you than others. Bring your Chevy Traverse to our service center today and we can chat more about your options.