Chevrolet G2500

The Chevrolet G line is a wide-ranging mix of full-size vans designed for a number of uses. From passenger transport, including luxury touring, to cargo needs for the working professional, the Chevy G line can fit the bill. The Chevrolet G2500 is an affordable direct competitor to Ford full-size Econoline vans, Dodge Ram vans, and imports such as the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter series.

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About the Chevrolet G2500

Chevrolet trucks are known for good quality, and the G2500 van is no exception. These vans are well known for their sturdy construction and good looks. Most model years feature a variety of trim levels and styles to choose from, making these vans an excellent choice for many consumers.

On the G2500, different trim levels and options are available to ensure the buyer gets all the necessary features to move all kinds of materials from place to place safely and securely. Most Chevrolet G2500 owners have noted that these vans are durable and reliable for a wide assortment of uses.

The G2500 is also well-known for its function as a passenger van. These full-size vans can easily accommodate a crowd and feature plenty of cabin extras to ensure everyone has a comfortable ride. They have been pressed into service as family vehicles, as well the favorite means of transportation for churches and many organizations.

Chevrolet G2500 Features

There is a lot to look forward to when it comes to the 2012 Chevrolet G2500. Like past versions of the van, this year's model is available in cargo and passenger van styles, allowing consumers the option of choosing the best style for their needs. In either style, Chevrolet has added plenty of extras to make sure their buyers have all the necessary extras, as well as access to features that simply make the van more fun to drive or add comfort.

The G2500 is equipped with plenty of power to move its full-size body around. The vehicle is equipped with a 4.8-liter V-8 engine and offers a four-speed automatic transmission. Consumers can choose the larger 6.6-liter diesel V-8 engine as well. Test drivers have noted that the smaller 4.8-liter engine offers an incredibly quiet ride especially for such a large vehicle.

These vans are equipped with plenty of space as well. Either as a cargo or passenger van, the G2500 is roomy and spacious. In the passenger van, consumers can choose from a van designed to seat anywhere from eight to 15 passengers, including the driver. Chevrolet also offers plenty of extras for both driver and passengers to enjoy such as plush comfortable seating.

Chevrolet G2500 Evolution

Past versions of the Chevrolet G2500 van series have been incredibly popular, both as new vehicles and on the used car market. Chevrolet did an excellent job making these vans durable and reliable in both their passenger and cargo capacities. Each year was offered with a variety of trim levels in both styles.

The cargo G2500 is designed to provide the maximum amount of space for any use and can be modified to accommodate the owner's needs. For example, these vans are ideal for use as construction vehicles and are often customized for shelving and other storage options. The exterior of these vans can be found already customized, or are easily adaptable.

The passenger versions of the G2500 are designed to accommodate various numbers of people depending on the style and trim level. More recent model years have offered extended cab styled vans to seat up to 15 people comfortably, and most models offer bench-style seats with a variety of color options as well.

Select a Chevrolet G2500 Year

1998 Chevrolet G2500


The 1998 Chevrolet G2500 is a rear-drive van that is available in cargo and passenger models.

1997 Chevrolet G2500


The 1997 Chevrolet G2500 comes in four trim levels, two engine choices, and one transmission choice.

1996 Chevrolet G2500


The 1996 Chevrolet G2500 is one of the three new models of the Chevrolet Express van, a successor to the Sport van.