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Chevy and Buick crossovers offer full-size space and some other nice options

2018 Chevrolet Traverse cropped for webThe redesigned 2018 Chevrolet Traverse full-size crossover boasts various improvements over last year's model, but its strongest asset is an especially roomy interior. COURTESY PHOTO  When a car is redesigned, it's more likely to become larger than smaller. Understandably so: Extra space is an obvious selling point to justify the new model over its predecessor.
General Motors bucked this trend with the fully-redesigned 2017 GMC Acadia. Once a plus-sized crossover, the all-new 2017 model slimmed down into the midsize class, gaining fuel efficiency and handling agility, even if interior volume declined.
But the Acadia's former mechanical twins – the Chevrolet Traverse and the more luxurious Buick Enclave – didn't follow the same path. Redesigned for 2018, these two crossovers remain unapologetically massive, with among the best space for passengers and cargo in anything short of a minivan.

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