The Express Passenger Van G1500 regular wheelbase is now available with an all-wheel drive system. Other new changes include a redesigned... Read More
The Express Passenger Van G1500 regular wheelbase is now available with an all-wheel drive system. Other new changes include a redesigned frame, a minor front-end facelift, and dual power heated mirrors now offer integrated turn signal indicators. A new lineup of Vortec V8 engines is now standard on G2500 and G1500 AWD models. Alternative Fuel Conversion is now available with the Vortec 6.0L V8 engine. It offers a fully converted, dedicated compressed natural gas (CNG) system or bi-fuel system using either CNG or gasoline. The OnStar is now available on all models. Passenger airbags now includes airbag deactivation on 2500 models. A passenger left side door is available on regular-length passenger van models. Minimize
Product Review Summary
4 Reviews from Epinions.com
Oct 9, 2004
A great value if you don't have to pay full retail price.
Pros: Power, gas mileage, cruising comfort, climate control, interior space, easy in&out seats.
Cons: Very stiff ride, interior uses too much cheap plastic, uncomfortable rear seating. Read More at Epinions.com
Sep 6, 2003
It drives like a dream
Pros: Smooth as silk, tons of space, quiet ride
Cons: Gas usage, big blind spots
If you are buying a big passenger van, definitely give this one serious consideration. Side by side comparisons led us right to the Chevy Express Read More at Epinions.com
Jun 18, 2003
2003 Express Van Really Improved
Pros: Smooth ride, plenty of room, quiet for a van.
Cons: Front doors don't open wide enough, no assist handle on the passenger side.
If you have never had an Astro you would probably not miss some of the features and will be thoroughly pleased with the new Chevrolet Express Van. Read More at Epinions.com
Apr 24, 2004
There's a reason why this one don't outsell the Ford
Pros: low floor. Large cabin and load capacity. Easy seat removal.
Cons: Exterior appearance, interior furnishings, seat upolstery. Tools mounted on load floor with rear seat(s) removed.
This van is simply not in the same league with the Ford E-350. If price is your main concern, maybe this is the van for you. Read More at Epinions.com