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Best in 94 over Ford, also imports.
by Ricardo from Chattanooga, Tn | July 2, 2009
Most reliable vehicle yet and I have owned about 10 different vans of all makes..drives and feels solid like the truck it is. Power is more than adequate.
No major mechanical problems in 150K miles.
by soccer coach from Valley Stream, NY | May 5, 2007
The Chevy Astro (1994), is a workhorse. It can be used to move or tow big loads. It has a lot of power. It does not handle well in snow, you need sandbags in the bag for winter. It can easily go to the 200k miles , if you take care of it. The front bucket seats are very comfortable.