About Chevrolet Express 1500
The Chevrolet Express 1500 was a General Motors half-tonne van, usually intended for plumbers and cable companies. These vans were introduced in 1996 and retired in 2014. Only one generation of vans has been sold. The model is marketed in three main variants: passenger car, van and van chassis. The latter is a chassis cab variant designed for commercial applications such as ambulances, buses and light trucks. It is equipped with traction control and rear-wheel drive. These vans are popular with companies that use them as vehicles for their employees.
When the vehicle was launched, it quickly became popular, and shortly after production began, the Chevy Express 1500 and its counterparts captured almost half of the US full-size pick-up market. Demand for the vehicle was enormous, with passenger and cargo models available. Depending on the model, the van offered space and comfort for 12-15 passengers. The company predicted significant growth in the large van segment in the late 1990s when it renewed its model range for the first time in 25 years. A key change in the parts was that the front axle was moved forward 10 inches, moving the front wheels away from the passenger compartment. Keeping your vehicle safe on the road is easy if you install the OEM parts correctly. OEM Chevrolet Express 1500 parts from the online shop come directly from the automaker that assembled your vehicle.
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Although the engines are the same as the previous model, the engine compartment has been reduced to provide more space for the front passengers. For all vehicles with a gross vehicle weight of fewer than 8500 lbs, the Chevrolet Express 1500 is equipped with two airbags as standard. The 1997 Express 1500 has been used as a tow truck, police car, ambulance, commercial vehicle, van, school bus and work truck. The latter is particularly popular with plumbers, electricians and others who need to transport large and heavy objects. Passenger and cargo models and their smaller versions often form the basis of vans, delivery vans and wheelchair buses. OEM Chevrolet Express 1500 parts are identical to the parts you are replacing.
The Chevrolet Express 1500 was renewed in mid-2003. In addition to updating the body and chassis, the windscreen was also redesigned. The new front end, with a higher bonnet, is reminiscent of the GMT800 platform launched in 1999. And the similarities between the two models are also evident. The dashboard has been redesigned, and two airbags and some wiring systems have been added to the interior. The improved Chevrolet Express 1500 parts include a chassis, an ergonomically designed cab, high rear lights and a new gearbox. In 2001, the LT Luxury model was launched, and two years later, an all-wheel-drive van was offered for the first time. A range of new engines was also launched in 2003. Choosing OEM Chevrolet Express 1500 parts from the online shop takes the guesswork out of replacing a piece on your car.