For the 2021MY, the Chevy Express and GMC Savana vans come standard with an AM/FM audio system (RPO code U0F), which includes seek-and-scan, a digital clock, TheftLock, an auxiliary audio jack and two front door speakers. Customers can also order an upgraded audio system (RPO U0H), which includes the same AM/FM digital clock radio, but adds a USB port and MP3 file playback. The range-topping optional audio system (RPO US8) expands on these offerings with a CD player, auto-tone control, a Radio Data System (RDS) as well as two additional rear-door speakers in the Passenger variant. The US8 audio system was also required in order to equip the vans with optional SiriusXM satellite radio.
From the 2022MY onward, neither the Chevy Express nor the GMC Savana will be available to order with the US8 CD player audio system. The mid-range U0H audio system will receive rear-door speakers in the Passenger variant and SiriusXM playback capability, however, so the vans will still be available with subscription-based satellite radio. This change applies to the Passenger, Cargo and Cutaway configurations for 2022 Chevy Express and 2022 GMC Savana.
The 2022 Chevy Express and GMC Savana will continue to ride on the GM GMT 610 platform and will remain in production at the GM Wentzville plant in Wentzville, Missouri. The Cutaway variants of the two vans will also continue to be produced by Navistar at its plant in Springfield, Ohio. Pricing has not been confirmed, though were not expecting any major deviations from the current pricing structure for both vans.
We’ll have more details to provide on the 2022 Chevy Express and GMC Savana as their arrival approaches in the coming weeks and months. For now, be sure to subscribe to GM Authority for more Chevy Express news, Chevy news, GMC Savana news, GMC news and around-the-clock General Motors news coverage.