Used Chevy Express 2500 – Cincinnati, OH

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  • Overview

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    Sometimes it's worthwhile to have a vehicle that is ready and able to handle a high demand of power, cargo space, and overall utility. And to some surprise, few vehicles have championed these factors quite as well as the Chevy Express Work Van. The Chevy Express Work Van 2500 has earned a reputation for being durable, reliable, and of course, extremely practical. Designed with the construction worker or business owner in mind, the Chevy Work Van is designed to be an incredibly powerful piece of machinery. It's able to meet almost any workplace demand, while at the same time offering superb cargo space, which allows you to transport whatever you need with simplistic ease. If you're looking for a used Chevy Express 2500, you certainly won't be disappointed at McCluskey Auto. We offer a plethora of options to choose from, from a wide variety of years. Dating back to 1995, the Chevy Express Work Van has been a champion of utility. Whether you own a small business or are a contractor, you need a vehicle that's able to store all of your gear. Well, this Chevy work van is certainly an ideal option for all of your day-to-day needs.

  • 1995-2002

    A dark red 2000 Chevy Express 2500 is parked in front of a park.

    The Chevrolet Express 2500 was introduced to the Chevy family lineup back in 1995. It was designed as a clear replacement for the Chevrolet Van and the GMC Vandura. Also known as the GMC Savana, the Chevrolet Express 2500 entered the market as a full-sized van as a dramatic upgrade from a lineup of vans that traced their roots back to the 60s. The Express and the Savana both utilized a robust GMT600 platform which featured a fuller on frame build. This body also included a foundation for a central-port injection V6 and V8 engine and offered a vastly superior ride when compared to the GMT400 chassis which graced the older GMC Van models.

    The initial model could be purchased in one of two variants the Chevy Express Cargo and the Chevy Express Passenger. As you may have guessed from the naming convention, the Chevy Express Cargo is specifically designed to hold cargo. Serving as an excellent option for traveling contractors like plumbers, electricians, and construction workers, the Chevy Express Cargo makes utility the focus of attention. Alternatively, the Chevy Express Passenger centers its aim at people transport, capable of holding up to fifteen passengers depending on the model.

    This first generation of the Chevy Express vans was no stranger to the delivery of power, thanks in part to the 4.3-liter Vortec 4300 V6 engine which made for a genuinely robust driving experience. The Chevy Express could be purchased with a pretty standard rear-wheel-drive drivetrain or a more grippy four-wheel-drive drivetrain, for tackling poor road conditions.

    Together these two models provided a massive refresh from previous iterations and gave potential drivers a little more options and power to play with.

  • 2007

    A white 2014 used Chevy Express 2500 is in front of an office building.

    Going into the new millennium, the Chevy Express Van would continue to impress business owners, and contract workers alike. As Chevy steady revamped factors like engine build and features. While a few things would change, such as the complete new generation got a facelift, and the addition of new engines and drivetrains were for the better. The purpose, style, and power of the Chevy Express Van would remain relatively unchanged. Although as technology advanced, so did the kind of features drivers would find onboard their trusty utility van.

  • 2013

    A white 2013 Express 2500 is parked with its doors open with a hilly city view.

    Take the 2013, Chevy Express 2500. This is a powerful hauler which sports a 4.8-liter FlexFuel V8 engine as standard; it delivers 279 horsepower and 294 lb-ft worth of torque. This Express Cargo van can also haul an astounding 7,400-pound payload, while the passenger version can tow up to 6,700 pounds. This base engine could be upgraded on the 2013 Chevy Express 2500 to a truly impressive 6.0-liter FlexFuel V8 which pumps out a remarkable 324 horsepower and 373 lb-ft worth of torque. And yes, you can expect superior towing power as well, with the passenger maxing out at 9,800 pounds and the cargo topping out at a whopping 10,000 pounds.

    Although what makes the 2013 model of the Chevy Express 2500 truly impressive is the addition of a new high-quality backup camera which gives drivers excellent rear view coverage. Parking sensors were also added to the 2013 Chevy Express, which provides even greater awareness while on the road. And if you were ever worried about getting lost the 2013 Chevy Express 2500 has you covered with its intuitive onboard navigation software.

  • 2016

    A white 2016 Chevy Express cargo van, which is popular among used Chevy Express 2500 vans in Cincinnati, OH.

    Impressive work vehicles like the Chevy Express Van don't really need much changing. As long as automakers keep up with the latest in auto technology, vehicles like these continue to stay relevant and incredibly useful for those who need them. The 2016 Chevy Express Van is a clear example of this idea of remaining consistent with an already incredible idea while at the same time upgrading what is necessary. 

    At first glance, the 2016 Chevy Express 2500 is quite similar to its previous iterations, like the 2013 model. Standard options come with a similar, yet marginally more powerful engine. You'll find 295-horsepower 4.8-liter V8 which manages to earn some solid fuel economy considering its size clocking in at 11 mpg in the city and 17 mpg on the highway. This initial engine can haul up to 7,4000 pounds in as a cargo van, and 6,700 pounds as a passenger van. Although, the 2016 model also offers the option of a marginally more fuel-efficient and more powerful diesel option which touts 265 horsepower and a mind-blowing 525 lb-ft worth of torque. 

    Much like previous models, the 2016 Chevy Express 2500 takes advantage of recent advances in automotive technology. With a seamless OnStar system which allows you to contact emergency services or support in the event of an accident or emergency. Drivers will also be able to utilize an onboard Wi-Fi hotspot, which allows passengers to stay connected while on the road. And for a small cost, owners can utilize a far more advanced infotainment system, which makes for some seamless driving. 

  • 2019

    A white 2019 Chevy Express 2500 is towing heavy equipment on a highway.

    With the 2020 Chevy Express 2500 hitting the market, the 2019 model is being cycled out into used car lots. Although, that's not to say that one of the most recent iterations of the Chevy Express Van 2500 is irrelevant. Starting with engine options, the standard engine has downsized, yet still offers a similar level of power. In the 2019 model, drivers can expect to find a 4.3-liter V6 engine which sports 276 horsepower and 298 lb-ft worth of torque. That said, this isn't the smallest engine that you'll find on the 2019 Chevy Express 2500, as you can opt for the 2.8-liter four-cylinder Duramax Turbo-Diesel engine which puts out around 181 horsepower and 369 lb-ft worth of torque.

    The level of technology that the 2019 Chevy Express 2500 is equipped with has reached another level in this model. A wide variety of active safety features are available for drivers, some of which are so incredible that they have the potential to stop a collision altogether. Take, for instance, the lane departure warning system available on some models. This system uses cameras to detect the lane lines on the road and will alert you when it senses that you've drifted from these lines. The forward collision alert system is also highly innovative. This system will detect when you risk encountering a frontal collision and will alert you as such, potentially giving you the time to stop the car and avoid it. Rear park assist is one of the many new features on the Chevy Express 2500 van that truly revolutionizes the driving experience. When at low speeds, this feature will alert you when it detects objects or vehicles at your vehicle's rear end. All of these features working together provide you with significant awareness on the road, and the ability to avoid an accident before it happens.

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