Like most things in life, choosing between a regular-wheelbase and extended-wheelbase minivan is fraught with tradeoffs. The shorter, regular-wheelbase model is a bit cheaper, more maneuverable, easier to park and usually more carlike in the corners. The longer, extended-wheelbase version counters those assorted face cards with an ace in the hole: utility. The extended-wheelbase Chevrolet Ve... Read full review for the 1999 Chevrolet Venture
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Had to replaceTransmission after 55,000 miles (out of warranty) and later had to repair cracked block, head gasket, etc ($1500.00) at 90,000 miles. No wonder GM is getting out of the SUV business...t... Read Full Review
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