Car shoppers that need a large vehicle capable of hauling around upwards of seven passengers may be tempted to purchase a full-size SUV like the Chevy Suburban or GMC Yukon XL. However, there are alternatives out there – for example, this 2021 Chevy Express van equipped with an Explorer conversion package.
Although the Chevy Express van is quite roomy right off the factory line, you’d be hard-pressed to call it “luxurious.” That said, Explorer in Warsaw, Indiana addresses this by offering a variety of customization options and upgrades that transform the workhorse with added comfort and amenities. Now, one such Chevy Express Explorer conversion is up for sale.
Based on the Chevy Express 2500 chassis with a 135-inch wheelbase, this Explorer conversion coddles up to seven passengers with new quilted leather upholstery finished in black, while mounted high, you’ll find a 32-inch HDTV display to keep passengers entertained. The van is also nicely insulated to up the comfort levels even higher, and it offers a configurable interior layout for more cargo room when needed.
Further amenities include six reading lamp sets, built-in drink caddies, backlit interior controls, cloth window shades, and a high-top roof design with loads of headroom. And of course, we can’t forget the easy ingress and egress thanks to the large side doors, as well as a power-operated slide feature for the rear bench.
This 2021 Chevy Express looks pretty good as well thanks to its black paint finish and black wheels, which are nicely complemented by the chrome trim found in the grille for a premium look.
As for the greasy bits, this Chevy Express conversion features the naturally aspirated 6.6L V8 L8T gasoline engine, which is rated at 401 horsepower at 5,200 rpm and 464 pound-feet of torque at 4,000 rpm. Output reaches the rear wheels through the GM six-speed MYD automatic transmission.
Now, this 2021 Chevy Express van conversion is listed for sale from Palmen Auto Stores, priced at $67,987. The vehicle is located in Kenosha, Wisconsin, with one previous owner to its name and 30,266 miles on the clock.