2011 Chevrolet Express Passenger Values

Select a 2011 Chevrolet Express Passenger trim level

2011 model year changes

For 2011, the versatile Express sees mostly superficial changes, though two new powerplants are available, including a 4.8-liter Vortec V8 FlexFuel unit producing 280 hp and 295 ft-lb of torque as well as a 6.6-liter Duramax turbodiesel.

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Can be configured for work or families; seats up to 15; strong towing and cargo capacity

Special features for 2011

Sometimes, only a full-sized van will do. Whether you need to haul a dozen or more people or haul 10,000 pounds of equipment, the Chevy Express' power, towing capacity and interior space means the Express is one of the few vehicles that can accomplish it. In either passenger or cargo configuration, the Express can use E85 ethanol fuel.
Adding StabiliTrak electronic stability control as standard for all models, 2011 Chevrolet Express passenger provides a safer choice in a full-sized people hauler. The 2011 Express passenger van 1500, the 12-passenger 2500 and the 3500 with optional 15 occupant seating is all available in either a LS or LT trim level. Air conditioning, oil life monitoring system, AM/FM radio and tire pressure monitoring system are standard on all 2011 Chevrolet Express passenger vans. The LT trimmed vans add chrome appearance trim and a new remote keyless entry control. While the Express 1500 models come as a 195 horsepower, 4.6 liter Vortec V-6 equipped along with four-speed automatic, Express passenger vans 2500 and 3500 come standard with a Vortec V-8 powerplant generating 280 horsepower. A 5.3 and 6-liter Vortec V-8 engine is optional on the 2011 Express 2500 and 3500 vans. For 2011, the 6.6 liter Duramax turbodiesel V-8 can now be ordered on the Chevrolet Express 3500 level passenger van that can seamlessly run B20 biodiesel. OnStar 9.0 featuring Directions and Connections comes standard with a six-month trial subscription.