With the addition of the Vortec engines and some unique new features, the Savanna (and its twin, the Chevrolet Express) is pretty much the only game in town if you're looking for a full-size van that doesn't look and drive like it was designed two decades ago.
by J.G on May 4, 2003 Vehicle: 2002 GMC Savana Cargo
With only 5000.KM on this truck, the
crank shaft censor went, which could
happen to any car or truck my problem
was with GM..2hours from home i had to
have it towed home to a dealer cost me
375.00 and got a credit from GM for a
lousy hundred bucks.
by dhs92240 on Dec 7, 2002 Vehicle: 2002 GMC Savana Cargo
After 200,000 miles with my old Ford
E150 I decided to buy the GMC V8 1500
Savana cargo van.
I should have kept my Ford. After 8000
miles I have to take it in 4 times.
As today date with 18000 miles it has
been at the shop 7 times and the
problems are still not fixed.
GMC has very poor customer service and
my phone calls and letters are getting
me nowhere. One more word about the
dealership: Absolutely NOT
The Savanna Cargo van gains numerous improvements for the '03 model year. Under the hood, GMC's cargo hauler now features GM's lineup of powerful Vortec engines, from the base 200-horsepower V6 all the way up to the hard-charging 300-hp 6.0-liter V8. All-wheel-drive models are also available for the first time, and all Savannas get four-wheel disc brakes with ABS. Driver-side 60/40 access doors and swing-up access panels have also been added as an option along with revised front-end styling, larger stabilizer bars and a stronger frame. Inside, the Savanna gets redesigned seats, improved lighting and ventilation systems and dual-stage airbags on all light-duty versions.