2018 Chevrolet Traverse pricing starts at $30,875

Configurator now online

Those wanting to get their hands on Chevy's new 2018 Traverse will have to pull out at least $30,000 and some peanuts from their pockets.

According to the bow tie carmaker, the MSRP includes the destination charge. However, you'll have to pay extra for tax, title, and other dealer fees.

Five trim levels split the Chevrolet Traverse range: L, LS, LT, Premier (starts at $45,395), RS and High Country (starts at $52,995). RS is Chevy's sporty face for the Traverse while the High Country tops the range with a premium-aspiring flavor.

Later this year, Premier models will get an optional Redline package but don't get too excited as it doesn't affect the rpm gauge nor the engine's factory settings. What it does, however, is add a blacked-out appearance and red accents, hence its name.

Speaking of engines, the 2018 Chevrolet Traverse relies on a 3.6-liter V6 (305 hp, 260 lb-ft) managed by a nine-speed automatic gearbox, but customers can also opt for a 2.0-liter turbo mill (255 hp, 295 lb-ft) that offers less horsepower but more torque than the vee-six.

And here's the Chevy Traverse up-and-running configurator.