The 2003 Chevy Express is a large van that provides spaciousness,
power, safety and durability to cover heavy-duty transportation
needs. This is a no-nonsense vehicle that punches in and
does its job day in and day out. For 2003, the Chevy Express
features a number of major changes, including a left-side
passenger door, the industry's first all-wheel-drive full-size
van models, unique access panels, an all-new look and upgraded
powertrains. If it's people you need to move, the 2003 Chevy
Express is the van to do it.
There are plenty of Express vans out there, including a
whole set of extended length versions with even more space.
Regular lengths are offered in three sizes: G1500, G2500,
and G3500. Also available in 2003 are H-model upgrades to
the G-series on both the 1500 and 2500.
The G1500 version of the 2003 Chevy Express seats eight
passengers, while the G2500 and G3500 seat twelve, with
the G3500 providing even more room for passengers and added
cargo. A new electrical architecture results in a communication
network that transfers data throughout the entire vehicle
to a new instrument cluster. The system monitors and reports
on up to 20 system functions, even telling drivers when
to change the oil.
While the Express line of vans will never be confused with
luxury vehicles, this isn't to say that they don't have
their share of features. Above all else, the 2003 Chevy
Express is designed with practical applications and convenience
as its top priority. Some of the standards found across
all models include front air conditioning, power steering,
digital clock, AM/FM radio and twin trip odometers. In addition,
all of this can be upgraded with the healthy number of options
that are available.
New front-end styling gives the 2003 Chevy Express a revised
look in its grille, bumper, fascia, fenders and hood. New
exterior colors for 2003 are Sandalwood Metallic, Dark Spiral
Gray Metallic and Berry Red Metallic.
The G1500 model has a 4.3-liter V6 engine capable of 200
horsepower. The G2500 comes with a 4.8-liter V8 with 270
horsepower and the G3500 steps up with a 6.0-liter V8 with
300 horsepower. All models have a duly placed 4-speed automatic
transmission with overdrive and torque converter to accommodate
the type of work these vans will be called upon to perform.
The H1500 and H2500 have an upgrade to a tough 5.3-liter
V8 engine with 285 horsepower strength. Both models also
come with an all-wheel drive system that results in maximum
Safety and Security
For 2003, the Express offers a four-wheel power disc antilock
brake system as standard equipment. The system features
the responsive HydroBoost hydraulic assist power brake booster.
Additional safety features include dual front airbags and
the LATCH (Lower Anchors and Tethers for Children) system
for child seats.
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