The LT trim is only available with the longer wheelbase models. This trim level is divided into three tiers. The 1LT trim includes all of the lower level LS features, and adds a power-sliding passenger-side rear door, a power seat for the driver seat, alloy wheels and a rear seat DVD entertainment system.
The LT trim is the upper level finish for the for the Uplander minivan, and it is further divided into three sub-levels. The mid-tier 2LT offers all of the 1LT upgrades, like a power-sliding passenger-side rear door, a power seat for the driver seat, alloy wheels and a rear seat DVD entertainment system. Additional 2LT features include dual-zone climate control, a trip computer, steering wheel audio controls and an overhead console.
This top shelf Uplander comes with all of the LT standard features, plus a significant entertainment upgrade: a PhatNoise digital media system stores nearly 300 hours of media files (audio and video) on a built-in hard drive. Other additional features include leather upholstery, a power seat for the front passenger, XM Satellite radio, Homelink and heated front seats. Dual power-sliding doors and a remoter starter are optional.
The 2007 Chevrolet Uplander Cargo is packed with plenty of features for a utilitarian hauler. Its 3.9-liter, 240-hp V6 and 4-speed automatic transmission get 240 ft-lbs of torque at 4,800 RPM and average around 16/23 mpg.
The front-wheel-drive van rides on a MacPherson strut front and torsion-beam rear suspension. 17-inch steel wheels with all-season tires come with a tire monitor. Four- and five-star safety features include an automatic load-leveling suspension, 4-wheel disc and ABS brakes with electronic brakeforce distribution, stability and traction control, front and rear stabilizer bars, dual front airbags, halogen lamps, and automatic headlights. The van gets only three stars in rollover tests, and side airbags cost extra.
Power windows, locks, and mirrors are just the beginning of the standard equipment. Cruise control, remote entry, a CD player with MP3 input jack and radio data, satellite radio, tilt steering, OnStar, a tachometer, and intermittent front wipers round out the package. The 2008 Uplander Cargo seats three in front-row buckets and a single second-row seat. Cargo capacity starts at 74 and expands to 137 cubic feet. Two sliding side doors provide access. Options add a 6-way power driver's seat, second-row bench, heated mirrors, a rear intermittent wiper, roof rack, and a sport suspension.
This entry-level Uplander comes standard with full power accessories, air conditioning, OnStar, alloy wheels and CD/MP3 audio system. A 3.9 liter V-6 supplies 240 horsepower and 240 pound-feet of torque, and is mated to a four-speed automatic transmission. This is the only Uplander variant which does not include stability control.
The base-level LS Uplander is also available with the extended wheelbase. These models increase the Uplander wheelbase from 113 to 121 inches, which stretches the overall length from 191 to 204 inches. Cargo capacity also increases by 17 cubic feet, for a total of 137. LS standard features include full power accessories, air conditioning, OnStar, alloy wheels and CD/MP3 audio system.