Chevrolet’s Express cargo van
has been around for years, and its design is well-known. It's a box with rounded corners, and it's quite unattractive. Actually, it looks about as good as might be reasonably expected.
Exterior differences are few but include sliding or split swing-out side doors and rear doors with or without windows.
Cargo bay behind the front seats measures 239.7 cu ft in the SWB (short-wheelbase) Express, increasing to 284.4 cubes into the LWB (long-wheelbase) model. Cargo capacity in the SWB model is in line with similar vans, but the LWB’s volume is lacking
For your hauling and towing needs, there's an available hydra-matic 6-speed automatic transmission that has Tap-Down & Tap-Up driver shift control and auto grade braking to slow the van using the engine automatically.
The driver and front passenger have been divided by a massive center bulge covering some of the engine and transmission, the width of which makes the driver feel squeezed even in this large vehicle. Chevy's basic controls are easy to find and merely to use, but comforts are less.
The standard radio includes only with AM/FM radio option and auxiliary jack. You’ll have to pay more for a CD player, satellite radio, a USB port, and an old touchscreen interface.