Available in cargo van and passenger van configurations, the full-size Chevrolet Express is primarily designed for commercial use and comes in the following trim levels: Express 2500 LS, 2500 LT, 3500 LS, and 3500 LT. Depending on the trim, each version is available in regular or extended wheelbase. The Chevy Express carries over for 2022, as it remains unchanged.
The standard powertrain is a 4.6-liter V6 gas engine that’s paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission that makes 276 horsepower. Optionally, the Chevy Express vans can be outfitted with a 6.6-liter V8 gas engine paired with a six-speed heavy-duty automatic transmission for 401 horsepower, or a 2.8-liter Turbo-diesel four-cylinder engine paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission for 181 horsepower. Rear-wheel drive is standard across all styles.
The standard infotainment system is rather sparse. The most advanced features include an AM/FM stereo with MP3 player. All Chevy Express vans come Wi-Fi hotspot capable, but OnStar and Chevrolet Connected Services are only available with a paid subscription. Optionally, Chevy Express vans can be equipped with a USB port and Bluetooth connectivity for hands-free calling.
Standard safety features include a rearview camera and hill start assist. For an extra fee, shoppers can add optional safety features such as adaptive cruise control, forward collision alert, lane departure warning, side blind zone alert, and rear park assist.
Production for the 2022 Chevrolet Express began in November 2021, so we expect it to arrive on lots starting in spring 2022. Consumers can currently special order a van of their choice.
Pricing for the Chevy Express will start at $34,295 for the cargo van and $38,495 for the passenger van. All pricing includes destination.
Pictured: 2022 Chevrolet Express Cargo Van