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2017 Chevrolet Express 2500 Overview

Mark Vallet
Automotive Editor - December 7, 2016

The Chevrolet Express 2500 shines the brightest when it is hauling cargo or people from location to location. The Express has been a workhorse in the commercial van world for years, despite seeing little change.

What's New for 2017

The Express 2500 remains pretty much unchanged for 2017 with the exception of the 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot and available navigation radio with the Chevrolet MyLink infotainment system. The Express will also be offered in a Graphite Metallic exterior color, which is a new addition.

Chevrolet Express 2500 Side

Choosing Your Chevrolet Express 2500

The Chevrolet Express 2500 is available as both in a passenger and a cargo van version. While the Express is a great commercial van regardless of which one you choose, it's important to remember that these vans are designed to haul people or cargo and neither are ever going to be mistaken for a luxury vehicle.

The Express can be configured to carry 12 or 15 passengers while the cargo version has no problem hauling up to 4,192 pounds of payload. In addition, the Express can easily be converted to handle a number of different wheelchair lifts.

The Express Passenger and Cargo version are equipped standard with a 4.8-liter V8 engine with 285 horsepower or the available 6-liter V8 engine that features 342 horsepower. Both engines are paired to a six-speed automatic transmission.

While its main strength is hauling people or cargo, the Express does have some creature comforts. Available built-in 4G LTE Wi-Fi makes sure everyone stays in touch and a rear vision camera keeps everyone safe.

Cargo Van

The cargo version starts at $31,440 and comes standard with rear-wheel drive and the 4.8-liter V8. Standard cargo volume is a cavernous 239.7 cubic feet. The Express is also available as an extended version, which boosts cargo space to 284.4 cubic feet. The extended version starts at $33,800.

The Express comes standard with a tire pressure monitoring system, a 12-volt power outlet, air conditioning, and power windows and locks. It also includes an AM/FM stereo with MP3 player and your choice of vinyl or cloth upholstery. The Express also offers standard rear swing-out doors for easy loading and unloading.

The available Chrome Appearance package adds chrome bumpers and a chrome grille for $335. Cruise control is available for $395.

Passenger Van

The Express passenger van comes in two different trims. The LS is the base model, while the LT adds a few amenities that up the luxury factor.


The LS passenger version comes standard with seating for 12. You can upgrade to 15-passengers capacity. Available safety features include a rearview camera and a built-in WiFi hotspot. The LS starts at $34,335 with the 4.8-liter V8, or $34,830 with the 6-liter engine. Swing-out cargo doors are standard, and sliding side doors are available.


The LT has all of the features the LS, plus rear air-conditioning, chrome bumpers, dual composite halogen headlamps, and custom cloth trim seats. The LT starts at $36,655.

There are a variety of accessories available. Ambient lighting ($229) and a wireless network interface for ($535) are just a couple of examples.

CarsDirect Tip

While certainly comfortable, the Express isn’t a luxury vehicle regardless of the number of accessories you add. The LT offers some great upgrades at a reasonable price, and cruise control is a must if you spend a lot of time on the road.

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