Chevrolet Uplander alternatives
Latest model: Chevrolet Uplander 2005
The Chevrolet Uplander is a minivan presented by the Chevrolet division of Basic Motors, replacing the Venture and Astro. Although presented for the 2005 model year, it overlapped with the final model years of the Venture (on which the Chevrolet Uplander is heavily based) and Astro. It is built on the same platform as the Saturn Relay, Buick Terraza, and Pontiac Montana SV6.
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Chevrolet Uplander details:
Of the four cars sharing this platform, there are few differences. The most significant of these is the product of an integrated child bench in Chevrolet's LS model and that, in the US sphere, the Chevrolet Uplander is provided in two wheelbases and a trunk version. Suggested retail price tag for the Chevrolet Uplander ranges from Us$21250–33795, depending on features.
The 2005 Chevrolet Uplander uses a 3. 5 L High Value 3500 LX9 V6 that generates 200 hp (149 Kw) and 220 ft·lbf (298 N·m). The van is built near Atlanta, Georgia. On November 21, 2005, GM announced that it would close the Doraville, Georgia assembly plant, which produces the Chevrolet Uplander, in 2008.
The four minivans all share a common platform and come equipped with a traditional MP3 CD player. The Chevrolet Uplander and its siblings are all similarly styled and try to hit the "crossover" car look-and-feel with its elongated front fascia.