The 2013 Chevrolet Express 15 Passenger Van is made for power and hauling. It is able to transport up to fifteen people, blowing away any SUV. Not only can it carry passengers, though, it can also carry equipment with its impressive, spacious 285-cubic-foot cargo hold. It also has the ability to be a rolling workstation. This version has received an improved suspension from previous models. Additionally, the 2013 Chevy Express has new options, including rear park assist, a rearview camera, and a navigation system.
This vehicle is made for power, not looks, so don’t expect a stylish van. However, it has some nice features, including high taillights, rounded corners, and truck-like wheels. Its grille is probably its most stylish feature, as it reminds one of Chevy’s big pickup trucks. The Express Van has several options to choose from, including split rear doors with or without windows, as well as split or sliding swing-out side doors. Other accessories that can be quite useful include a roof-rack cross-rail system, a roof-mounted ladder rack, and mud flaps.
The 2013 Chevy Express is really made to be a 2-person vehicle with a massive cavity that can hold a lot of equipment, as evidenced by its front bucket seats. As mentioned before, however, that cavity can also hold thirteen other people, so it is capable of moving both equipment and people. There are many option packages that make accessing the van easier when hauling equipment, including flip-up access panels. There are also luxury options, including additional seating, rear air conditioning, Bluetooth, and power windows.
This model comes standard with a V6 engine, a step-up rear bumper, and vinyl upholstery and flooring. Also included are dual front airbags, four-wheel anti-lock disc brakes, stability control, and side-curtain airbags that cover the first three rows. Options include a choice of various V8 engine upgrades, power windows, door locks, rearview camera, rear park assist, and the latest version of OnStar.
The standard 4.3-liter V6 can provide fuel economy equivalent to 20 highway miles per gallon, but it only has 195 horsepower, so unless your hauling needs are light, you’ll probably want to sacrifice some fuel efficiency for more power. Chevy provides four different V8 engine options, including up to 324 horsepower and 525 lb-ft of torque, as well as a compressed natural gas conversion for the 6.0-liter gasoline engine.
The 2013 Chevrolet Express Van is capable of hauling a great deal of equipment great distances, especially when equipped with the V8 engine upgrades. Its roominess also gives you the ability to transport 15 people at a time, making it a perfect option for businesses with multiple outlet offices. Add in such luxury options as power windows, rear park assist, rearview camera, and OnStar, and you have a good riding vehicle with a great deal of hauling power at your command.
Do some research on all of the Chevy Express models to see which model and type will work best for you.
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