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How long do Chevy Express cargo vans last?

How long do Chevy Express cargo vans last?

I have a 2001 chevy express that I bought new with a prochem legend in it and almost 12 years later it is stil on the road but the van is starting to fall apart because of years of getting wet inside. The drivers seat is so rusted at the base it feels like it will break loose at any moment and the doors are a mess.

How many miles on a Chevy cargo van?

Get a 3/4 or 1 ton van. Given moderate care and maintenance 250,000 isn’t out of line. Unless some idiot decided crossing 2 lanes and hitting me head on was a good idea I’ve always managed at least 200,000 miles on a full size truck with a V8 usually close to 300,000 miles. Brand never really seems to matter.

What kind of engine does a Chevy cargo van have?

Recommend a v8,, 5.3 liter the 4.8 are great also but for carrying fresh water tank and portable and tm i think 5.3 is the way to go. Tilt steering is good, no windows all around except front and front doors. Having a plastic liner along the inner van is great so the van does not get dinged up from tools banging around.

How many miles does a 1999 Chevy Express have?

Mileage: 142,000 miles Body Type: Chassis Color: White Engine: 8 Cyl 5.7 L Accident reported: structural damage. 1st owner purchased on 03/08/99 and owned in FL until 07/19/00 • 2nd owner purchased on 08/25/00 and owned in NC until .

When did the Chevrolet Express passenger van come out?

The Express passenger van was introduced with two trim lines: an unnamed base trim (geared largely towards fleet sales) replacing the Sportvan and the upgraded LS, replacing the Beauville. For 2001, an upgraded LT trim was introduced, but was dropped for 2003. [17]

Where was the 1999 Chevrolet Express last serviced?

1st owner drove an estimated 7,774 miles/year • 2nd owner drove an estimated 0 miles/year. Last serviced at 153,497 miles in Myrtle Beach, SC on 03/23/20 • Vehicle serviced. Mileage: 155,220 miles Body Type: Chassis Color: Blue Engine: 8 Cyl 5.0 L

When did the Chevrolet Express replace the VanDura?

They replaced the Chevrolet Van and GMC Vandura in 1995. The Express and Savana, known as the GMT600 platform, was a refreshed change from the previous generation van. The GMT600 featured full body on frame construction, the new central-port injection V6 and V8 engines, and greatly improved ride and handling from its GMT400-derived chassis.

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