2007 Chevrolet Uplander from North America
This van was a rental.
The sliding door on the passenger side if not slammed with force would not close completely, making the interior lights stay on and a reminder on the instrument panel would tell you the passenger door is not closed.
Even though the van only had 54000 km's the front suspension or steering components made a noise like a wheel bearing crackle or a loose tie rod.
The head rest from the rear seat gave this van a huge blindspot.
Passing on the highway would make the van feel wobbly.
The interior is very roomy and the seats are very comfortable.
The exterior design is elegant looking, not like Chrysler minivans.
I'm not sure what size V6 engine the Uplander has, all I know is that it consumes gas like a big V6.
If I were to purchase a minivan, I would consider the Uplander if gas prices and costs were not a huge factor.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 12th June, 2008
13th Jun 2008, 12:22
I am the original reviewer. I forgot to mention the thing that annoyed me the most about the Uplander was that the only door you could unlock the minivan from is the driver door! If you wanted to unlock any door besides the driver door, you would have to first unlock the drivers door then use the power locks to unlock all the other doors. It is annoying when you want to let let your passengers in first.