New 2016 Chevrolet Express Passenger Prices

Select a new 2016 Chevrolet Express Passenger trim level

2016 model year changes

The Chevrolet Express Passenger van gets numerous improvements to the infotainment system in 2016. 4G LTE now comes with the OnStar system which means that the Chevrolet Express Passenger Van can be used as a mobile Wi-Fi hotspot, allowing passengers to remain connected at all times. For 2016, the Express now comes equipped with six standard airbags.

Competitive comparison

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

Special features for 2016

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.
The Chevrolet Express Passenger van can seat up to 15-passengers and is ideal for larger families, groups and outings. Base outfitting offers 17” steel wheels, swing-out passenger doors, all-powered accessories, vinyl upholstery, durable rubber floor mats, standard household electrical outlet, OnStar and two-speaker sound system. Upgrades and options can add remote entry/start, rear A/C vents, visor mirrors, tilting steering wheel, larger alloy wheels, sliding side doors, towing package, rolling Wi-Fi, parking camera, remote entry, powered front seating, Bluetooth and USB integration, the MyLink infotainment system, GPS and six-speaker audio system. Driving this van is an upgradable 4.8-liter V8 engine that makes 285 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque.