With almost 300 cubic feet of storage space, the GMC Savana Cargo Van was designed to haul your tools or boxes – or other sundries – to and from destinations with ease. It is long overdue for a redesign, with the last redesign taking place nearly 20 years ago; hardly up to par with the modern times. Two wheelbases are offered, each which feature a different load rating. The standard model is 135” (1,500) and the heavy-duty models (2,500 and 3,500) are 155”. Standard you’ll get 16” steel wheels, the popular 60/40 swing-out doors on the sides, and a not-so-impressive vinyl interior upholstering job. Upgrade to a better trim level and get 17” wheels, heated mirrors, sliding passenger doors and a cloth interior with powered front seats, remote start and Bluetooth connectivity. You can also add things like the touchscreen navigation console and backup camera. With six engines to choose from, we’ll just cover the stock engine, a large 4.3-liter V6 engine that makes 195 horsepower at 260 pound-feet of torque, and that has a combined EPA rating of 16 mpg. It’s large. It’s a gas guzzler. But it will assuredly get your things from point A to point B.