Venture is one of the prized minivans on the road because
it wraps comfort, style, performance and safety up in a
modest package. The extended length version of the 2003
Chevrolet Venture has a larger wheelbase than the regular
length version, as well as more standard features and a
greater variety of comforts from which to choose. With an
added eight inches, the extended length is given a wheelbase
of 120 inches. This results in even more spaciousness inside
the already roomy cabin.
The extended length comes in Plus, LS, LT and top-line Warner
Bros Edition models.
The 2003 Chevrolet Venture can seat seven people, while
a seating package standard in the Warner Bros Edition and
optional with LS models adds an extra seat to accommodate
eight with ease. Not surprisingly, there is plenty of space
inside the extended length Venture. The stowable third-row
seat and flat-folding captain's chairs offer up to 140.7
cubic feet of cargo space, or enough room for 4'x 8' sheets
of plywood with the liftgate closed.
The Warner Bros Edition stands atop the long list of Venture
models, offering exceptional comfort in addition to all
the other attributes that come standard with this versatile
minivan. An in-vehicle DVD-based entertainment system plays
DVD video, DVD audio and CDs, and includes a flat, flip-down,
7-inch video screen, four wireless headphones and a wireless
remote control. Other models certainly satisfy, but the
Warner Bros Edition really goes that extra yard.
The 2003 Chevrolet Venture has dual sliding rear side doors
that allow passengers to enter and exit the van comfortably.
The engine that powers the extended length 2003 Chevrolet
Venture is highly capable, going about its business with
nary a thought of dissent. It does what it needs to do at
a high level of performance, so owners can get on with the
more important things in life. A 3.4-liter V6, it produces
185 horsepower at 5200 rpm and 210 lb-ft of torque at 4000
rpm. 4-speed automatic transmission is standard across all
models. The Venture offers an impressive fuel economy that
is rated at 19/26 mpg (city/hwy).
For extra performance and safety, customers can add an
all-wheel drive package, featuring Versatrak all-wheel drive,
16-inch aluminum wheels and tires, a fully independent rear
touring suspension and four-wheel disc brakes.
Safety and Security
The all-wheel drive package is a useful addition to owners
looking for even more safety features than what is already
standard. Base models are equipped with front disc, rear
drum brakes, dual front airbags and the LATCH system for
child seats. Antilock brakes and side-impact airbags are
added from the LS model and up.
Car Price Quote on a Used 2003 Chevrolet TrailBlazer