by Dock Builder on Jan 8, 2010 Vehicle: 1999 Chevrolet Express Cargo G3500 3dr Ext Van
I am at 185k and this thing runs like a top. It shifts smoother than my '05 Envoy did. The motor is powerfully capable and surprisingly quiet because of the interior paneling. The heat/ac are amazing paired with my remote start. This thing runs & drives better than my 3 previous vehicles, at twice their age. Removable seats are bulky, but hugely convenient. Easy to see with the privacy windows all around. Not as easy as a pick-up, but still easy to work on. Easier than an import, definitely. With some neglected repairs and maintenance done, I get 13+ mpg(even using remote start). Flip out windows are great for airing out during hot weather and extended length is great for cargo.
by lamard on May 25, 2004 Vehicle: 1999 Chevrolet Express Cargo G1500 3dr Van
I bought this for a work van and drive
it around town with lots of stop and go.
It's the best I've ever owned. I've
never had problems with anything. In
90000 miles I've replaced the brakes
three times and put on an alternator.
I've put on a set of tires.
by acguy on Jan 21, 2004 Vehicle: 1999 Chevrolet Express Cargo G2500 3dr Van
The van functions ok when there are no
problems. I experienced fuel injection
troubles with less than 900 miles on
the van and have experienced fuel
injection troubles three times total
in 60000 miles. I have had a new
transmission replaced under warranty
at 35000 miles however I could not
operate my business for 3 days during
the repair. Body hardware is not very
good. I get about 12-13 miles per
gallon. Plan on new brakes every 20k-
30k and tires every 25k-30k. The ease
of battery replacementis the hardest
I've ever replaced in my life. in I'm
not sure I would buy another chevy.