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What are the specs of a 2005 Chevy Venture?

What are the specs of a 2005 Chevy Venture?

The standard setup includes a two-passenger split-folding bench seat in the second row and a three-place split bench seat in the third row. Captain’s chairs for the second row are available. All seats except the front buckets can be removed; this allows for cargo volume of 140.7 cubic feet.

Are there any Chevy ventures with all wheel drive?

Only extended-length Ventures are offered for 2005, and all-wheel drive is no longer available. Ventures get only an abbreviated model run before they disappear, supplanted by Chevrolet’s new Uplander minivan.

Where to Park a 2005 Chevy Venture Van?

Park your 2005 Chevy Venture van in a spot that gives you room to work around the engine compartment. Shift the van into park and set the parking brake. Turn the engine off and remove the keys from the ignition. Pop the hood. Remove the cross-bar holding the battery in place.

Where was the first Chevy Venture car made?

The Chevrolet Venture, along with most of its General Motors minivan siblings, was built at GM’s Doraville, Georgia, assembly plant. The original Chevrolet Venture sedan in 1988. The Venture name was first used on a 1988 Chevrolet concept car, in this case a full-sized four-door sedan more aerodynamic than the 1991-1996 Chevrolet Caprice .

Can a 2005 Chevy Venture be sold for sale?

None for sale nearby. Instead: We were in a rollover accident with our Chevy Venture. The van rolled over 4 times according to witnesses, and my 2 children and I walked away from the accident. You could see the obvious crumple zones, and while I did hit my head on the roof, it did not cave in at all.

What kind of car is the Chevy Venture?

Vehicle Overview. Closely related to the Pontiac Montana, the Venture is Chevrolet’s front-wheel-drive minivan. It’s available in Plus, LS and LT trim levels.

When did the Chevrolet Venture get a facelift?

The Venture was replaced after 2005 by the Chevrolet Uplander, which was essentially a facelift with one long wheelbase configuration, and a longer nose which served chiefly to improve crush distance and styling more like an SUV. Only the long-wheelbase Venture was sold for 2005 in the US but the short-wheelbase was still offered in Canada.

What was the rating of the 1997 Chevy Venture?

The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) gave the 1997 Chevrolet Venture a rating of four stars out of five in a head-on collision, and five stars in the side-impact collision. Tests on subsequent model years yielded results of four stars in most categories, and three or five stars in others.

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