(4.5) 2 reviews
MSRP: N/A
Body Style: Passenger Van
Combined MPG: 15
Drivetrain: Rear-wheel Drive
Seats: 7
Cargo Space: 267.3 cu.ft.
2001 Chevrolet Express 1500

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Like its rivals from Dodge and Ford, Chevrolet’s full-size, rear-drive truck-based van has been around for decades — since 1964, to be precise. GMC markets a near-twin named the Savana. Marketed as a cargo van and a passenger model, the Express comes in two sizes and three capacity rat... Read Full Report

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Express LT

by Shock from Kentucky on October 21, 2006

Full size vans sure aren't what they used to be--and that's a good thing. Now, don't expect a Corvette, but these newer model GM vans handle much better than tradition full size vans. I think you'll f... Read Full Review

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