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The 2014 Chevy Express Van cargo van can now be equipped with 5-passenger seating featuring a bulkhead partition between the 2nd-row seat and the cargo area. Side curtain airbags protect rear-seat passengers while extended-wheelbase models include rear air conditioning. Passenger vans add power windows and locks as standard equipment.
Changes for 2010 include E85 capability and variable valve timing on the 4.8-liter, 5.3-liter and 6.0-liter engines. Express Van 2500 and 3500 models receive the Hydra-Matic 6L90 six-speed transmission and revised rear-axle ratios for improved fuel economy and acceleration. A remote engine starter is now available as well.
If you need to move a lot of people, a lot of cargo or some combination of the two, the 2014 Chevrolet Express Van has the right stuff to get the job done. While newer vans like the Nissan NV and the forthcoming Ford Transit offer more vertical interior space, they don't have the hauling power of the Express Van's Duramax diesel, or the option of all-wheel drive. When outfitted to haul people, the Express Van exceeds the passenger count of even the largest SUV, with seating for up to 15 people. If you plan to haul cargo, a massive 285-cubic-foot cargo bay awaits. The Express Van can also be outfitted as a rolling workshop with shelving, storage bins and a choice of door options for easier access.