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2nd Express 3500
by need a van from Detroit, MI | June 1, 2011
The van is very similar to the 2005 Express 3500 we had. We liked that one which is why we got another one. Easy to drive; has great pick-up; good comfortable features; great for kids and travel.
The Express meets the needs of our active family of 7 which no SUV/minivan comes close to achieving. For long trips, vacations, sporting events, shuttling around town, trailer towing, it can do it all. It is also suprisingly easy to drive and delivers remarkable performance, especially when you remember how big it is! Only thing I would add as standard options would be backup camera and power outlets for rear seats.