The online configurators for both the Passenger and Cargo versions of the 2022 Chevy Express utility van are now live.
Just as with GM’s other online configurators, this tool allows potential 2022 Chevy Express buyers to choose their preferred trim level, exterior and interior colors and options and equipment. Users can also choose their preferred powertrain option, which for the 2022 model year consist of the EcoTec3 4.3L LV3 V6 gasoline engine, 6.6L L8T V8 gasoline engine and 2.8L I-4 LWN Duramax turbodiesel. Both the LV3 V6 and the 2.8L Duramax come paired with a GM eight-speed automatic transmission, while the 6.6 L8T V8 links up to the automaker’s heavy-duty six-speed automatic.
Pricing for the 2022 Chevy Express Passenger starts at $38,495 including destination and freight charges for the 2500 Regular Wheelbase model equipped with the 4.3L LV3 V6. Prices for the 3500 Regular Wheelbase start at $39,695, while the 3500 Extended Wheelbase is priced from $40,495.
Pricing for the 2022 Chevy Express Cargo, meanwhile, starts at $34,295 including destination and freight charges for the 2500 Regular Wheelbase model equipped with the 4.3L LV3 V6. Prices for the 2500 Extended Wheelbase start at $36,195, with the 3500 Regular Wheelbase starting at $37,395. The 3500 Extended Wheelbase is priced from $38,195.
The Chevy Express, along with the closely related GMC Savana, received a handful of minor changes for the 2022 model year, including the removal of the power window delete option, transmission oil cooler, and CD player option. More important changes were applied for the previous 2021 model year – namely the addition of the aforementioned 6.6L L8T V8. Both models continue to ride on the GM GMT 610 platform.
The Chevy Express and GMC Savana are both produced at the GM Wentzville plant in Missouri. Production of the 2022 Chevy Express and 2022 GMC Savana began at the Wentzville plant on November 22nd after the automaker pushed back the start date from late October for unknown reasons.