1992 Chevrolet Astro Cargo Van Review
Used 1992 Chevy Astro Van. — There's plenty of room in the van but there is a crack in the windshield that lets rain in. Space between the seats and places to put things you carry. I've used it to unpack my storage and give away things to Goodwill . Replaced the transmission this year for near $900.00. CD player, back seat, 2 spare tires, back seat fits 2 adults. Sliding door entry in front and you can pack up gear through the back. There are 2 doors back there that open up. Manual windows in front and back windows open like vents.
Primary Use: Family transportation
Cons: Gas mileage.
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