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  • 2010 Chevrolet Express 15-Passenger Van

    The 2010 Chevrolet Express 15-Passenger Van has three main qualities that really make it stand out.  It can hold up to fifteen passengers, so businesses can really benefit having this as their main company vehicle because of its native ability to transport many people at once.  In addition, it is quite spacious, so transporting equipment from, say, one office to another, is not a problem either.  On a more personal level, it can provide many of the comforts of your living room, as it can hold a convertible sofa bed, a built-in refrigerator, and even have a plush cover on the driver’s seat.


    The 2010 Chevrolet Express is made for space and carrying capability, so having a number of rear-door options is vital because this enables passengers to more easily enter and exit the vehicle, plus enables you to carry equipment to and from the van more easily.  You also have three main configuration options: quarter-ton, half-ton, and one-ton. This model also has flush side glass, high-mounted side taillights, and rounded edges.  While its main function is roominess and carrying capacity, it is relatively contemporary.


    The 2010 edition is very similar to earlier versions.  The 2008 edition had received the major upgrades, including updates of the dash controls, window switches, and steering wheel.  The 2009 edition had more functional upgrades to make your ride smoother, including more elaborate seat fabrics and big glass side panels.  Like that edition, the 2010 version also has the tinted windows to help hide your equipment from outside eyes.


    Here is where you will see some changes with the 2010 Chevrolet Express 2500.  The 4.8-liter, 5.3-liter, and 6.0-liter engines have E85 capability and variable valve timing.  The Express 2500 (as well as the Express 3500) have the Hydra-Matic 6L90 six-speed transmission engine, as well revised rear-axle ratios, to improve fuel economy and acceleration even more.

    As with the 2009 version, you still have air conditioning, swing-out side doors, four-wheel anti-lock disc brakes, and a tire-pressure monitor.  Options still include a a 323-hp 6.0-liter V8 engine all-wheel drive or a 6.6-liter turbo-diesel engine (just for the 2500 and 3500 models).  You can also choose rear air conditioning, six-way power driver’s seat, aluminum wheels, heated power mirrors and power windows.


    As with its predecessors, if you opt for a lighter engine, don’t expect to haul the heaviest loads.  Those loads are best handled by the stronger 250-horsepower and 323-horsepower engines, both of which can be applied to the Chevy Express 2500.


    The 2010 Chevrolet Express 15-Passenger Van is a good choice for businesses that need to transport many people at one time or a lot of light to moderate equipment.  Optional upgrades to the engine can make this vehicle more capable of hauling heavier equipment, while not giving up much in fuel economy.  The turbo-diesel engine is an especially good option for the business that must haul heavier equipment.

    In addition, the wide-open doors provide for easy entrance and exit from the vehicle, adding to the convenience of the vehicle for passengers and cargo.  For more personal use, the space to add a bed or refrigerator can make this a good option as well.  For business or pleasure, the 2010 Chevrolet Express 2500 15-Passenger Van can be a great choice.

    Research every Chevrolet Express model to find the perfect one for your business or personal lifestyle.

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