"I own a Chevy G20 with a Mark III conversion package. I can definitely recommend the Chevy G20. My dad bought the van new in 1993 and gave it to me. It has been our family trip vehicle for years. My dad had the motor replaced at 30,000 miles under warranty, otherwise its been an excellent van. The 5.7 L is one of the best engines ever built. The transmission has performed flawlessly for many years, and the body has held together beautifully. Noting unusual for an 18 year old vehicle has needed replacing since the motor. The non-conversion electronics have worked flawlessly and the mechanical parts have held up well. Would buy another G20 without hesitation. The G20 is not a great tow vehicle. It will handle a popup camper, small RV, or medium sized trailer, but cannot pull heavy loads without significant modifications. Still, it will out-pull most crossovers. Overall, its been a wonderful van."
"We bought an 87 g20 with a 5.7 explorer conversion van. It has been very reliable and comfortable to ride and drive in. My only complaint is it is a GAS HOG. Motor homes do better on gas. At 10-11 mpg highway we have stopped driving it and have parked it for two years. I would like to sell it but am so upside down in it I can't decide rather to keep it for the few times we do drive it or sell it and take a loss."
"i bought my 94 g20 years ago with only 98,000 miles on it and since then i used it to work in, haul heavy loads and whatever else came up. i had to replace the egr valve and the fuel pump and fuel filer, but besides that just the regular maitence (change oil n stuff). the ol' girl now has over 200000 miles and is still very reliable, i have a custom van and i turned the back of it into a little sleeper and i still use it for cross country trips and camping; and i trust it to get A to B. love it"