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Chevrolet Express

2007 Chevrolet Express

2007 Chevrolet Express
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Chevrolet Express
  • Chevrolet Express
  • Year:
    2007
  • Make:
  • Model:
  • Engine:
    6.0L V-8
  • Transmission:
    4-speed automatic
  • Horsepower @ RPM:
    300@4400
  • Torque @ RPM:
    360@4000
  • Displacement:
    5967 L
  • body style:

Whether it’s a cross-country trip, a weekend getaway with the family or the daily commute, the Chevrolet Express Conversion Van is the ideal vehicle. It can accommodate up to nine adults in luxurious comfort and delivers plenty of convenience, space, versatility and safety. For 2007, Express Conversion Van also delivers more power from its standard engine and more environmental benefits.

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New Year's Special: Best Vehicle for Party Hopping

New Year’s Special: Best Vehicle for Party Hopping

Vans, SUVs, wagons, they’re all here

Traditionally, New Year’s is about spending time with family and friends. It’s about social gatherings, where many people dance, eat, drink alcoholic beverages, and watch or light fireworks at midnight. But some people spend the night traveling from house to house to attend more than just one party. It’s called party hopping, and it can be a great deal of fun if you’re not into spending the entire night indoors. But while spending time with family and friends indoors doesn’t require much planning beyond shopping and cooking, spending New Year’s Eve the party hopping way requires a car. And, a large one I may add because people are usually doing this in larger groups.

Yes, that’s what this New Year’s special is all about: the perfect car to spend New Year’s Eve on the go.

Spending the entire evening on the road with friends means you need a vehicle with plenty of seating. Luggage room shouldn’t be an issue since there’s not much to haul around, but I’m ruling out sports cars and vehicle that can’t provide seating for at least five people. The more, the merrier seems to be the essential rule of party hopping, so don’t look for McLarens and Ferraris on this list. Now let’s have a closer look at the options below.

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GM to Increase Colorado, Canyon Production by Outsourcing Cutaway Van Production

GM to Increase Colorado, Canyon Production by Outsourcing Cutaway Van Production

Navistar to build Chevy Express, GMC Savana Cutaways starting in 2017

The demand for mid-size pickup trucks is apparently overwhelming GM’s Wentzville, Montana assembly plant’s capabilities. In response, GM and Navistar have entered an agreement to free up space at Wentzville by moving production of the cutaway versions of the Chevrolet Express and GMC Savana vans to Navistar’s Springfield, Ohio plant.

The move will happen in the first half of 2017 and will not affect production of the standard cargo and passenger version of the G-series vans. The move will also add roughly 300 new jobs at Navistar as the company recommissions its second assembly line.

"We’re very pleased to partner with GM on this important manufacturing opportunity," said Persio Lisboa, president, Navistar operations. "Our Springfield plant is an important part of our manufacturing footprint, and we’ve been preparing it for a higher volume concentration of light- and medium-duty products as part of our manufacturing strategy.”

GM’s Cathy Clegg, the company’s North American Manufacturing and Labor Relations VP, voiced the positives for GM, saying, "This partnership will provide our Wentzville, Mo., assembly plant more flexibility to keep up with continued demand for mid-size trucks and full size vans."

This isn’t the first we’ve heard news of GM and Navistar teaming up. Back in July of 2015, we reported the pair was entering a mutually beneficial relationship to build Class 4, 5, and 6 medium-duty trucks. The relationship would put GM back in the medium-duty truck segment while giving Navistar the use of GM technology.

You likely remember the Navistar name for its long-standing relationship with Ford, however, which dates back to the 1980s with engine-sharing deals. Navistar also built Ford’s medium-duty trucks from 2001 through 2010. Perhaps the most memorable product was first version of Ford’s Power Stroke engine, the 7.3-liter V-8 turbodiesel. Ford and Navistar parted ways in 2010.

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2013 Chevrolet Express

2013 Chevrolet Express

The full-size van segment is facing a big shakeup at the moment. Mind you, the standards for improvement are pretty low – these vans skipped all the manners and refinement courses undergone by their pickup-truck siblings, like the Ford F-150 and Chevrolet Silverado.

New competition from the Nissan NV, Ram CV, Mercedes Sprinter and the upcoming full-size Ford Transit means the Express will have to work harder than ever to maintain its huge 44-plus-percent market share in the segment.

In addition to far more modern options from Dodge and soon Ford, the full-size segment is under assault from above via pricier pickup trucks and from below via the Ford Transit Connect and other urban commercial runabouts. Despite the challengers, the Express logged nearly 77,000 sales in the U.S. in 2012.

So, the Chevrolet Express is long past its glory years where it represented the most sophisticated and modern full-size van available in the U.S. Despite seeming like it’s been around for eternity and beyond, the Express debuted in 1996 to rave reviews by thousands of contractors, conversion van companies and Church groups happy to have (slightly) more refinement than the previous models and the competition of the time.

No one will argue that 17 years is a long time on the market, but its tenure on dealer lots means the Express is both super affordable and also mechanically customizable with four engines, passenger or cargo setups, multiple wheelbases and a myriad of other options.

How does the Chevrolet Express stack up to the latest buyer priorities, and comfort and safety demands? Can its low price and spray-clean cargo area overcome the harsh ride, unbelievably bad seats and almost complete lack of modern interior tech?

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2007 Chevrolet Express

2007 Chevrolet Express

Whether it’s a cross-country trip, a weekend getaway with the family or the daily commute, the Chevrolet Express Conversion Van is the ideal vehicle. It can accommodate up to nine adults in luxurious comfort and delivers plenty of convenience, space, versatility and safety. For 2007, Express Conversion Van also delivers more power from its standard engine and more environmental benefits.

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2006 Chevrolet Express

2006 Chevrolet Express

The 2006 Chevrolet Express is the leading full-size van equipped with 4.3-liter V-6 capable of producing 195 horsepower and 260 lb-ft of torque.

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