2002 Chevrolet Astro Overview

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LS AWD
Avg. Price: $4,559
LS Passenger Van Extended
Avg. Price: $4,074
LT AWD
2 national listings
Avg. Price: $4,743
LT Passenger Van Extended
1 national listing
Avg. Price: $4,455

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Average User Score

4.35 stars

Based on 6 reviews

Glad To Have An Astro Again ! by lizziewriter
 — We are thrilled to have another Astro! We had a 1995 Astro which died and could not be replaced directly. For a couple of years I was driving one of those ordinary car-like minivans, and it was just... Read More
Great Alternative To A P/u For The Pacific North West by cookjnic
 — My wife and I bought the Astro 2 years ago when she said that my 1973 3/4 ton truck had to go. At the time we were newlyweds with 3 large dogs and looking to have a kid also. So I looked around and d... Read More
Great Car by yuro323
 — had it over 10 years not once had a problem great car. other than changing the basics ex. tired, oil ect .nothing ever needed to be chnaged. i really dont have anything but great things to say about t... Read More

2002 Chevrolet Astro Overview

Overall User Score

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Based on 6 reviews

2002 Chevrolet Astro

The Chevrolet Astro mini-van made its debut in 1985. It was unique in that it was intended to provide the comfort of a passenger van with the strength of a truck; it had a truck frame, and a 6-cylinder, 190 hp, 4.3-liter engine. It was roomy, too; owner fans gushed about its ability to haul plywood, sheetrock, or many passengers and their gear with ease. It could also tow boats and other large toys.

The 2002 Chevrolet Astro has a sliding door on the
passenger's side and cargo doors in back. You can remove the rear seats to gain more space, but the seats are heavy and best removed by two people working together.

The only significant upgrades Chevrolet made to its 2002 Astro were adding multi-port fuel injection to the engine for better efficiency, and  redesigning the catalytic converter to reduce emission pollution. Already, by 2002, it was rumored that Chevrolet was going to discontinue the Astro soon (2005 was its last year).

Many owners love their 2002 Astros, many of them buying Astros again and again over the years. Favorite features are the comfort, space, and hauling capacity. However, 2002 Astros, like their ancestors in previous years, are sometimes plagued
with maintenance problems, ranging from such major items as the transmission and brakes to flimsiness on the interior.

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Chevrolet Astro Questions

Richah
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Change Awd 2002 Astro Van To Manuel Trans

I want better fuel mileage and a more solid feel in the drivetrain. Not to mention the greater reliability of a manuel trans and being able to jump start. Also what about an overdrive for the manuel ...

118 views with 1 answer (last answer about a year ago)
jmastuff
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2002 Cargo Astro Was Running Great Till It Just Quite Running.suspect Fuel ...

any leads will be greatly appreciated.i was driving down the road, was running great,and then a total shut off, no sputter,no chug,it was like turning the key off.will not restart, i can not hear the ...

425 views with 7 answers (last answer 4 years ago)