2005 Chevrolet Express Overview

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G1500 AWD Passenger Van
1 national listing
Avg. Price: $10,569
G1500 LS AWD Passenger Van
G1500 LS Passenger Van
G1500 Passenger Van
4 national listings
G2500 LS Passenger Van
G2500 Passenger Van
3 national listings
G3500 LS Passenger Van
3 national listings
Avg. Price: $10,791
G3500 LS Passenger Van Extended
G3500 Passenger Van
Avg. Price: $10,557
G3500 Passenger Van Extended

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Average User Score

3.55 stars

Based on 2 reviews

Great Touring Or Church Van. by ajandjill
 — This has been a great van for our extra large family of 9+. We have enjoyed using it for family vacations, trips with friends, and loading up the van with church groups for special trips. The seats ... Read More
My Mom's Van Is Huge by Steven
 — it's huge but suprisingly easy to drive except in high winds because the car moves around so much Read More

2005 Chevrolet Express Overview

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2005 Chevrolet Express

The biggest change for the 2005 Chevy Express passenger van came from the addition of Stabilitrak stability control as a standard feature on 12 passenger trims.  Otherwise, not too much changed for Chevrolet's roomy alternative to the Express Cargo.  If you've got a sizable clan to carry around, the Express has room for 8, 12, or 15 passengers depending on which of the 10 trims you choose.

Gas mileage generally ranges from 13 mpg in the city to 19 on the highway.  Powertrains come in 4.3 L, 195 hp V6, 5.3 L, 295 hp V8, and 6.0 L, 300 hp V8 flavors.  Max towing capacity generally ranges from 6100 to 9700 lbs. depending on the trim.

Overall, the Express gets props for its capable engines and wide range of seating arrangements.  On the other hand, the interior could use a little refinement.  In any event, the Express does everything you could ask when it comes to carrying families and youth sports teams.

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Chevrolet Express Questions

robby6449
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Can I Adjust The Drivers Seat In A 2005 Chevy Expcut G30

I have someone that is 6'6" who cannot sit in the truck I have. The brackets only go back so far. Is there an add on bracket to extend the seat length?

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rebjrmd
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I Have A 2005 Chevy Express Van, Where Does The Obd Ii Connecter Get The Po...

I am trying to get my ScanGauge II to work (it plugs into the OBD connecter) but "pin 19" of the OBD connecter which is supposed to be "hot" is NOT. All of the fuses seem OK–– where does the OBD ge...

26 views with 2 answers (last answer about a month ago)
mars0782
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How Do I Fix My Passenger Seat On My 2005 Express Van, It Leans All The Way...

passenger seat does not stay upright and always drops down when a passenger tries to sit in it.

75 views with 1 answer (last answer 8 months ago)
kether
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Where Is The Cigarette Lighter Fuse For Change Van Express 2500 Year 2005

No passager

284 views with 1 answer (last answer 10 months ago)
dummy6
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Heater/ac Fan Continues To Blow After Engine Off And Key Out. 2005 Chevy E...

Fuses under seat don't stop it. Are there fuses under hood?

202 views with 1 answer (last answer 10 months ago)