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2007 Chevrolet Express Overview
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If they adopt any more children, Brangelina may want to consider the 2007 Chevrolet Express, a cargo/passenger van that's used mostly for fleet purposes, but can seat anywhere from eight to 15 people. A 12-person seating arrangement is standard. The closest rival to the Express is the Ford Econoline, but the Express has a bit more modern styling, and for 2007 it gets a new engine.
Once offered as the 1500 (half-ton), 2500 (three-quarter-ton), and 3500 (one-ton) models, the 2500 is axed this year, as are the V6 engines. There are three V8 engine choices. A new 5.3-liter, 295-hp V8 is standard, and a Flexible Fuel Vehicle version of this engine is offered. The straight cargo van features a 4.8-liter, 285-hp V8. The Express 3500 comes standard with a 6.0-liter, 300-hp V8. A 4-speed auto transmission is standard, with a heavy-duty version offered on the 3500.
The 2007 Express comes in an LS trim, which is sparsely outfitted with air conditioning and a radio, as it's aimed mostly at fleet use. An upgraded LT trim comes with power features, cruise control, and remote entry. Power front seats and a 6-CD player are options on the LT. An extended version is available only on the Express 3500, which is 20 inches longer than the 135-inch standard Express. This extended version seats 15 people. ABS brakes are standard across the line, but stability control is only available as an option on the 3500. An available option is the split-opening 60/40 driver's side door to ease passenger access. Rear doors open 180 degrees for easier cargo loading. Another nice feature is an all-wheel-drive option for the 2007 Express 1500, a feature that owners appreciate. The only real drawback is poor expected gas mileage.
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Chevrolet Express Questions
Trailer Brakes Wireing
My Express is the chassis for a Coachmen RV. I have the large 7 wire trailer plug at the rear to am "trailer ready". Is there a socket to connect electric brake control up under the dash? If so what d...
is there a suspension or body lift kit for a 2007 chevy express 2500 2wd