Top 10 Safest Three-Row Crossovers Under $40,000 picks the 10 safest three-row crossovers for under $40,000.

By Trevor Dorchies | November 20, 2012
    • 2013 Chevrolet Traverse

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      It's considered to be a sleeper in the crossover segment because it's not terribly flashy despite its popularity, but that's not to say that the 2013 Chevrolet Traverse should be overlooked when it comes to keeping your family safe. Starting at $30,510, the Traverse offers standard safety features including ABS, a remote anti-theft system, daytime running lights, front seatbelt pretensioners, traction and stability control, LATCH points, and child locks for the rear doors. Other standard safety features include emergency braking assist, an engine immobilizer, a three-point belt for the rear center seat, and a tire pressure monitoring system. The 2012 version earned Top Safety Pick honors from the IIHS, but the new one should score even better with the addition of an industry-first centrally-mounted airbag.

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