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2003 Chevrolet Astro Overview
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The 2003 Chevrolet Astro saw an expansion of the model line, adding a new bargain, no-frills base trim package. Design elements were refreshed, including 16-inch wheels on all trim packages - steel on the base model and aluminum on the LS and LT versions. A new all-disc antilock braking system became standard on all trims.
With seating for eight passengers, the '03 Chevy Astro has a roomy interior. Front bucket seats and two bench seats are the standard configuration; for the LT, buyers can choose bucket seats for the second row. Leather upholstery is also available on the LT.
The 2003 Astro is a sturdy midsize minivan based on a rugged truck platform. Some consumers complain that it rides more like a pickup than a passenger van; others appreciate its high clearance and stiff suspension.
Under the hood of the '03 Astro, you'll find a 4.3-liter V6 engine that puts out 190 horsepower and 250 lb.-ft. of torque. That's a healthy amount of power, but it definitely comes at a price: The 2003 Chevy Astro has an EPA fuel economy rating of 17 mpg city, 22 mpg highway.
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Chevrolet Astro Questions
My husband just bought a used 2003 Astro Van. The dome lamps will not go out when the dome override button is in the proper position(out). We waited 10 minutes after we exited the car and the lights...
2003 Astro Poor Gas Mileage
I recently purchased a 2003 Astro 2WD with 65,000 miles. This is my 5th Astro; all with 3.42 rear non-posi-traction differentials. Each of my previous Astros have averaged 18-19.5 mpg on the highway a...
I Have A Clicking Noise On The Passenger Side When Running My Ac. When I T...
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Front end vibration at over 45-50mph and higher. It goes away while accelerating then returns at regular highway speeds. Wheels are balanced.