Used 1995 Chevrolet Astro Pricing


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Front sheet metal is restyled. Regular-length versions are dropped from the lineup, leaving only the extended-length model. Multileaf steel springs replace single-leaf plastic springs. One engine is available, the 190-horsepower, 4.3-liter V6. Air conditioning is standard, and remote keyless entry is a new option.

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Good hauler but nickeled and dimed to death
We bought the '95 in 2004 for $4000. It had A/C, AWD and seating for 8. We had just had our 4th child so needed something that could seat 6 so that threw out most of the cars from the equation. I loved this van but it started to cost money and working under the hood was a real pain due to the engine compartment being so small and the "dog house" in the interior having to be removed to work on anything. Mechanics automatically charge more to work on these types of vehicle since there is a lot of effort to gain access to the parts that need to be replaced. Luckily, I could do a lot of the work my self. For the 5 years we owned it, I put about $1000-1500 each year into it.
95 Chevy Astro Van
Bought it new in Cal in 95 with the California package of most upgrades. Has very good power for acceleration and towing. Always starts and runs in excellent manner. I like the truck type feel as it is built on a truck chassis with rear wheel drive. Bit light in back for driving on ice. Bench seats not comfortable for adult to sit in for long drives.
A Brick
This has been our family car since 2001 and we've been very pleased. It has over 160k miles and shows no sign of quitting.