2002 Chevrolet Express Cargo 3500 3dr Van (5.7L 8cyl 4A)
I run a currier business with several vans.
Overall this is the worst van I have ever owned,
Multiple problems, fuel pump, Ignition switch, ECM, Distributor, etc.
Not depnedable at all.
GM is no help.
Have spent a bundle in repairs and towing.
Looking on the web seems these are standard problems for the 99-02 express van.
Very little help out there, but plenty of suggestions.
Gone to the junk yard with only 135000 miles on it.
2002 Chevrolet Express Cargo 1500 3dr Van (4.3L 6cyl 4A)
We purchased our van for our antique furniture business. We have had nothing but great luck from this van. No mechanical failures or cosmetic issues to date. This has been one of the best vehicles we have ever owned. Everyday it is outside waiting for work and never fails to deliver. We have the small v8 and it has plenty of power but we do not tow anything. Long distance comfort in unmatched but sadly this van is around town only now. We purchased a 2007 Dodge Sprinter because of the roof height. It is a more useful vehicle for our needs but the Chevy never fails. I highly recommed unless you need the high roof.
Rock solid reliability. Super comfortable seats. Relatively quiet compared to our Sprinter. Best air conditioner you will ever use. Great paint job.
Needs an efficient diesel option. Needs to offer a high roof like the Sprinter. Needs better mirrors. E-Load tires should be standard.
2002 Chevrolet Express Cargo 2500 3dr Ext Van (4.3L 6cyl 4A)
we have several fords and chevy cargos
and by far the chevy are better. No
problems ever with the chevs and many
with the ford. Chev gets better milage
is more comfortable and quiet and just
in every way a better van. Have had no
experience with the dodges however but
just as a general rule stay away from
chrysler products. the guy that posted
last just got a lemon...better luck
next time...no auto maker can produce a
100% perfection rate off an assembly
line...Trade it in on a new chev.
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