The Chevrolet Van was produced from 1961 through to 1996. It was when the requirement for an overhaul in order to bring the Van up to date lead to the launch of Chevrolet Express in the year 1997. The Chevrolet Express turned out to be a tough competition pushing its rivals in both sales and competency.
Inexpensive multi-functional vehicle
The foremost is this van being a functional vehicle. It manages to be a relatively inexpensive yet multi-functional van that is capable of hard work. The first vans were launched encompassing both V6 and V8 engines, dual front airbags along with ABS brakes. Revisions made to the vehicle
Small revisions were made to the van from 1997. However, the year 2003 saw major revisions made that were inclusive of a greater range of V8 engines along with the introduction of four-wheel drive version. Some handy improvements were made to the interior along with the exterior cosmetics. These improvements when added to the mechanical upgrades brought forth an even better version of the Van, which was competent of work rate. It literally bypassed the competition.
Available versions of the Chevrolet Express
The Chevrolet Express has been made available in three trim levels, namely the 1500, 2500 and 3500. These three levels along with multiple combinations of features and options have been inclusive of the ability to cater transportation for up to 15 passengers, as provided in the extended version. This ability made it a must have for people who require a vehicle competent of transporting a huge selection of materials, essential equipment, tools and passengers.
Comfortable and convenient experience
The Chevrolet Express provides a more comfortable and convenient experience. It would be inclusive of power features, climate control, alarm system, anti-lock brakes, automatic headlights, driver airbags, child safety door locks, steel wheels, tinted windows, second and third row removable seats, traction control, vehicle stability control system and more.