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1995 Chevrolet Astro Overview
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Based on 3 reviews
Chevrolet's 1995 Astro van has a slightly updated style and is slightly longer and heavier than previous Astros. Air conditioning, a tilt steering wheel, and power window and door locks were standard; many extra features were available on its fancier models, such as a programmable garage door transmitter on the LT model.
The 4.3-liter, 6-cylinder engine was given reduced power in 1995 at 190 hp. It has 3 doors, 5 seats, and can carry up to 8 people. Fuel economy is rated at 16/21 for city, 15/19 for all-wheel drive.
Owner reviews say the 1995 Chevy Astro has lots of cargo room and is very reliable overall. Many reviews say it's very comfortable and an excellent deal for the money. It's common for engines to run for at least 300,000 miles.
The AWD trims do very well in ice or snow. On the negative side, some comment that access is difficult for disabled people, there is not enough legroom for the driver, and the 2WD versions can slide or skid in ice or snow.
The suspension can be a problem; front torsion bars can fail. Items that had frequent problems or needed attention according to owners included brakes, front idler arms, transmission, windshield wiper motors, and paint.
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Chevrolet Astro Questions
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