2005 Chevrolet Uplander Overview

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Trims

Base
35 national listings
Cargo Van
3 national listings
LS FWD 1SC
Avg. Price: $6,340
LT AWD 1SD
Avg. Price: $7,584
LT FWD 1SD
Avg. Price: $7,131
LT FWD 1SE

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Average User Score

3.65 stars

Based on 7 reviews

Excellent Vehicle by stwisie
 — Braking and handling are great. Acceleration is above average. Fuel economy is better than I expected. The seats fold down and can be removed easily. The traction on slippery roads is very good. Its a... Read More
Great Family Van For Any Road Trip Or Trip To The Grocery Store! by Peter
 — I like the van. Handles well. Drives well. Keeps the kids occupied with the DVD system. Is very smooth and great for long and short rides. I've had very few repairs, like brakes, and they were in... Read More
Great Value by Sloans
 — Great room and great fuel economy for its size. Good performance, good reliability, perfect for a family of 6. No engine, electrical, or transmission issues since buying it new in May 2005. Nice in... Read More

2005 Chevrolet Uplander Overview

Overall User Score

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Based on 7 reviews

2005 Chevrolet Uplander

With its debut in 2005, the Uplander represented Chevy's inaugural entry into the crossover sport van market.  This model has 6 trims, all equipped with a standard 3.5 L, 200 hp V6 engine with 4 speed automatic transmission.  5 of the 6 trims have 4 doors and seat 7 while the 6th seats 4.

Gas mileage averages out to 18 mpg in the city and 24 on the highway.  Cargo volume behind the third row in the non-Cargo trims comes out to 26.9 cubic feet of space.  Contrary to what you might think, don't count on the Uplander too much for your heavy towing needs.  Max towing capacity on all trims only comes out to 3500 lbs.

Overall, drivers like the Uplander's smooth ride and modern features.  On the other hand, the engine and power don't measure up to the competition and the '05 edition doesn't have side curtain airbags; look for new side impact airbags in '06.  Think of the '05 Chevy Uplander as an interesting debut for a new breed of SUV.

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Chevrolet Uplander Questions

BeckyM7492
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What Causes Head Lights, Dash Lights To Dim And Flash

my van headlights and dash board lights dim and flash at night while driving, they seem to dim with different speeds.,

19 views with 1 answer (last answer about a month ago)
James Hobbs
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Why Is The Dashboard Saying Engine Disabled?

Just put a new battery in and had to jump it still, got it running waited then tried to pull off and it completely died and is one saying starter disabled and engine disabled

114 views with 2 answers (last answer 6 months ago)
catsinclay
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My Ignition Key Doesn't Work

it's almost impossible to turn it until it gets Just perfectly into the right position. One of them wont' turn at all. I think they are worn down too much Can i have a new one made without copying ...

126 views with 3 answers (last answer about a year ago)
tydz95
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General Maintenance

General maintenance at 83,000 miles

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Brunoqueen
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What Is Abs Service Mean?

The dashboard is reading , ABS Service?

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