New 2015 Chevrolet Express Passenger Prices

If you require some serious space and hauling capabilities, the 15-passenger Chevrolet Express Passenger is the van you want to consider. A full-sized van and then some, it can tow up to 10,000 pounds and is also capable of transporting a small army to and from soccer practice, Boy Scouts or what-have-you. Moreover, it’s ideal for small businesses like delivery services, plumbers or handymen. The basic LS model is nicely equipped and offers three wheelbases to choose from: 500, 2,500 and 3,500 (offered at an added cost per upgrade). Only the 155” extended wheelbase model is capable of seating 15 passengers, though. Standard 17” wheels as well as swing-out side doors, power everything (windows, locks, steering, brakes, etc.) is what you’ll get. A mediocre two-speaker system come with this full-sized van as well as durable vinyl interior with rubber floors to keep the kid’s dirt-stained soccer shoes from scrubbing things up inside. The stock 1,500 Series engine boasts 5.3-liters, a V8 that makes 310 horsepower with 335 pounds-feet of torque. There are five different types of drivetrains (including the newly added CNG V8 engine) that you can consider when shopping for this car, with each offering an average of 14-17 mpg in the city. If space, seating and hauling capabilities are what you seek, this van can get the job done, even if stylishness comes last on the list of things you like about it.

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2015 model year changes View changes +

For 2015, Chevrolet has discontinued the light-duty Express 1500 line, including all-wheel-drive models. Express Cargo vans no longer feature a driver's side swing-out cargo door, and two new stereos are offered.

Competitive comparison View advantages +

Strong set of V8 engines; fits up to 15; tough truck construction; high towing and weight ratings; available diesel engine; available all-wheel drive

Special features for 2015 View special features +

In a market that's evolving toward "world" models and lighter builds, the Chevrolet Express vans keep their body-on-frame design oriented for the U.S. market, with better towing capacity than most of the competition. Those interested in long-distance towing or fleet use may want to jump straight to the Duramax diesel version, which allows a GVWR of 9,900 pounds and a tow rating of 9,700 pounds.

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