I bought the van with 47k and have 65k now. Other than the alternator and a gear position sensor that was sending power to the starter when the van was running($50 part and an easy fix!) It has been very good to me. Went to FL with 3 adults and 3 kids in July and having rear A/C and rear bucket seats is nice. Also has a roof mounted TV with a VCR. The AWD works awesome. If you drive in snow don't get one without it!
AWD, Front and rear A/C and heat! 4 bucket seats,TV-vcp, temp-compass- fuel etc computor, 4.3L engine, size easy to drive and park,but lots of room inside! Dutch doors.
Sliding left side door, Toyota Instead of GM Quality.( fit and finish) Smoother ride.
we are on our 4th 2 still in garage,
the best one yet. 95 awd slt conv in
garage 93000. some weird repairs(
freeze plugs @60k.but overall never!
disapointed with car 95 actually gets
22 on highway. i read somewhere about 2
engines in 95( both 4.3}95 has enhanced
4.3 210 hp.the 2000 is the cleanest and
best looking van on road. gm is
committing suicide by dropping this
vehicle. pray for reprieve
height for ride
better fuel economy
v8 350hp ss model (ls1 350)wow!!!!!!!!!
by the power and the fuel economy. I
get about 17 city and 22 to 24 highway.
I wish it had better visibility in the
rear view mirror but the large side
view mirrors are a real plus for safe
Good for pulling camper trailer and
lots of rooms for family. Still gets
decent mileage when loaded.
Lower the fronts seats for better
visibility of traffic lights. Have to
lean forward to see sometimes.
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