"I had this vehicle for almost 5 years. Bought in on 206 with 6,500 miles. Everything always worked perfect. Space inside with the shelves and rubberized throughout mat was a must have for spills and debris. Never towed anything. Gas mileage was about 12 mpg because the weight we carried. Nothing ever went bad. Great work beast!"
Cons: "Cargo door hinges are lousey, not replacable"
Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 3
"Overall I wished that I kept my Ford Cargo Van. While the GMC runs well, it's ergonomic set up is sub par. First annoying issue is the doors do not open as far as the Ford, the footing area for the driver is cramped.
The ride is good as is the power. Huge gas tank, and milage is around 17mpg, loaded, with a trailer drops milage to 12mpg.
Visability is good.
White paint started coming off the van in different spots, the hood is devoid of most paint. side door hinges are stiff, feels like they are going to snap off at some point.
After owning both Ford and GMC, I'd go with a Ford hands down."
"I bought a 2008 savana cutaway van with a KUA utility body on it right at 100300 miles thwe rear end got real noisey I took it to the local dealer and it cost me a $3400.00 repair bill and it still is not fixed and I have to take it back again, I am a GM person , but never agian will I buy a vehicle for may business from GM , I Also have Ford products with more milage than the GM and have had no major issues wiith them."