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    About This 2007 Chevrolet Uplander Van
    Vehicle Location:
    Jackson, Ms
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    V6 Cylinder Engine
    Fuel Type:
    Five Door

    Fuel Economy Estimates
    City MPG
    Miles Per Gallon
    Highway MPG
    Combined MPG: 22
    Estimated Monthly Fuel Cost: $101.14*
    *Based on $1.78 per gallon and 15k miles per year.
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    Seller's Description and Comments:

    Located at George's Place in Jackson, Ms.  Call George's Place today at 601-355-1300 for more information about this vehicle.

    Vehicle Options:

    • Engine
    • 3.9l V6 Sfi (240 Hp [178.9 Kw] @ 6000 Rpm
    • 240 Lb-ft Of Torque [324 N-m] @ 4800 Rpm)
    • Transmission
    • 4-speed Automatic
    • Electronically Controlled With Overdrive
    • Traction Control
    • All-speed (available Separately When (r8e) Stabilitrak
    • Not Desired.)
    • Stabilitrak
    • Stability Control System
    • Drivetrain
    • Front-wheel Drive
    • Battery
    • Maintenance-free With Rundown Protection
    • Alternator
    • 125 Amps
    • Suspension
    • Soft Ride
    • Tires
    • P225/60r17 All-season
    • Blackwall
    • Tire
    • Compact Spare
    • Includes Underbody Carrier And Hoist
    • Wheels
    • 17" (43.2 Cm) Steel With Bolt-on Wheel Covers
    • Steering
    • Power
    • Rack-and-pinion
    • Brakes
    • 4-wheel Antilock
    • 4-wheel Disc
    • Exhaust
    • Stainless-steel
    • Moldings
    • Black Bodyside
    • Headlamps
    • Halogen Composite With Automatic Exterior Lamp Control
    • Daytime Running Lamps
    • Mirrors
    • Outside Power-adjustable
    • Black
    • Manual-folding
    • Glass
    • Solar-ray Light-tinted
    • Wipers
    • Front Intermittent
    • Door
    • Manual-sliding Driver-side
    • Door
    • Manual-sliding Passenger-side
    • Door Handles
    • Black
    • Seats
    • 7-passenger
    • Front Bucket
    • Removable Second Row Modular Bucket Seats (2 Without Armrests) And Third Row 50/50 Split-folding Bench
    • Storage
    • Open
    • Located Below Instrument Panel
    • Steering Column
    • Tilt-wheel
    • Steering Wheel
    • Urethane
    • Instrumentation With Coolant Temperature
    • Trip Odometer And Tachometer
    • Windows
    • Power Front With Driver Express-down
    • Windows
    • Manual Rear Quarter Vent
    • Door Locks
    • Power Programmable With Lockout Protection And Delayed Locking
    • Onstar
    • 1-year Of Safe And Sound Plan. Includes Automatic Notification Of Air Bag Deployment
    • Stolen Vehicle Location Assistance
    • Emergency Services
    • Roadside Assistance
    • Remote Door Unlock
    • Onstar Vehicle Diagnostics
    • Hands-free Calling
    • Accidentassist
    • And Remote Horn & Lights (onstar Services Require Vehicle Electrical System (including Battery)
    • Wireless Service And Gps Satellite Signals To Be Available And Operating For Features To Function Properly. Onstar Acts As A Link To Existing Emergency Service Providers. Onstar Vehicle Diagnostics Available On Most 2004 My And Newer Gm Vehicles. Diagnostic Capability Varies By Model. Visit Onstar.com For System Limitations And Details.)
    • Theft-deterrent System
    • Vehicle
    • Pass-key Iii
    • Air Conditioning
    • Single-zone Manual
    • Audio System
    • Am/fm Stereo With Cd Player And Mp3 Playback
    • Seek-and-scan
    • Digital Clock
    • Auto-tone Control
    • Radio Data System (rds)
    • Automatic Volume
    • Theftlock And Premium Front And Rear Coaxial Speakers
    • Audio System Feature
    • 8-speaker System
    • Antenna
    • Fixed-mast
    • Cup Holders
    • Dual Front And Single Third Row When Ordered With Base Cloth
    • Power Outlet
    • Front Auxiliary
    • 12-volt
    • Visors
    • Driver And Front Passenger Vanity Mirrors
    • Lighting
    • Interior
    • Overhead Second Row
    • Brakes
    • 4-wheel Antilock
    • 4-wheel Disc
    • Air Bags
    • Dual-stage Frontal
    • Driver And Right-front Passenger (always Use Safety Belts And The Correct Child Restraints For Your Childs Age And Size
    • Even In Vehicles Equipped With Air Bags. Children Are Safer When Properly Secured In A Rear Seat. See The Vehicles Owners Manual And Child Safety Seat Instructions For More Safety Information.)
    • Latch System (lower Anchors And Top Tethers For Children)
    • For Child Safety Seats
    • Door Locks
    • Rear Child Security
    • Traction Control
    • All-speed (available Separately When (r8e) Stabilitrak
    • Not Desired.)
    • Stabilitrak
    • Stability Control System
    • Bumpers
    • Front And Rear
    • 5 Mph
    • Daytime Running Lamps
    • Driver Air Bag
    • Passenger Air Bag
    • A/c
    • Am/fm Stereo
    • Cd Player
    • Abs
    • 4-wheel Disc Brakes
    • Third Passenger Door
    • Fourth Passenger Door
    • Child Safety Locks
    • Front Wheel Drive
    • V6 Cylinder Engine
    • Gasoline Fuel
    • Daytime Running Lights
    • Power Door Locks
    • Power Mirror(s)
    • 3rd Row Seat
    • Pass-through Rear Seat
    • Bucket Seats
    • Power Steering
    • Adjustable Steering Wheel
    • Tires - Front All-season
    • Tires - Rear All-season
    • Temporary Spare Tire
    • Traction Control
    • 4-speed A/t
    • Power Windows
    • Intermittent Wipers
    • A/t
    • Rear Bucket Seats
    • Mp3 Player
    • Power Outlet
    • Automatic Headlights
    • Driver Vanity Mirror
    • Passenger Vanity Mirror
    • Wheel Covers
    • Steel Wheels
    • Telematics
    • Stability Control

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    2007 Chevrolet Uplander Review

    This car review is specific to this model, not the actual vehicle for sale.
    2007 Chevrolet Uplander
    Base model gets more powerful engine.


    The strength of the Chevy Uplander lies in its value. Comparably equipped, the Uplander sells for thousands less than class standards such as the Honda Odyssey and Toyota Sienna.


    Uplander comfortably seats seven, with a choice of individual captain's chairs or a two-place bench seat in the second row. And it takes care of its passengers in a well-designed, nicely finished interior. The base LS model offers a high level of standard equipment, including a subscription to GM's OnStar tele-aid service. StabiliTrak electronic stability control is now standard on all extended-length passenger models. A removable hard drive called Phatnoise is available that allows the onboard entertainment system to play or display everything from MP3 music files to family photos to video games to the latest movie releases.


    Uplander's main shortcoming has been a lack of performance, but Chevrolet addressed this last year by offering a new, 3.9-liter V6 with 240 horsepower. For 2007, the weak 3.5-liter V6 has been dropped from the model line and the more potent 3.9-liter is standard. With the optional towing package, Uplander is rated to pull up to 3,500 pounds.


    Chevrolet would be happy if you thought of Uplander less as a minivan and more as a blunt-nosed SUV crossover. Uplander's pouty snout was calculated to suggest this. Regardless, the Uplander is the best minivan Chevrolet has ever offered.


    The Chevrolet Uplander LS ($23,208) comes with fabric upholstery, air conditioning front and rear, power windows and locks, tilt steering column, a rear-window defroster and wiper, dark-tinted rear glass, power rear vent windows, OnStar, and a CD player with MP3 capability. Its second-row seat is a two-place bench, and its third-row seat splits 50/50 to increase passenger/cargo flexibility. The LS comes standard with StabiliTrak.


    Uplander LT ($27,405) comes with a power driver's seat, second-row captain's chairs, a power sliding door on the passenger side, and a single-screen DVD entertainment system with two infrared headphone sets. LT comes in three trim levels: 1LT, 2LT and 3LT. The 3LT package ($5,645) adds XM Satellite Radio and PhatNoise Mobile Digital Media along with many other features.


    Options include a remote starter ($190), Cargo Convenience storage bins ($385), XM Satellite Radio ($199), traction control ($195), roof rails ($180), chromed wheels ($650), a 6CD changer with MP3 playback ($295), and the towing package ($25). The Premium Seating Package ($1,350) adds leather surfaces for the first and second row, power front passenger seat and front seat heaters. The Convenience Package adds a power sliding rear door on the driver's side combined with a 115-volt power outlet and rear park assist ($720).


    Safety features include the mandated front airbags. Four-wheel anti-lock brakes (ABS) come standard. StabiliTrak electronic stability control is optional on the short-wheelbase LS, standard on other models. Traction control is optional. OnStar comes standard with a one-year subscription, which features automatic notification when airbags deploy, a great safety feature. Side-impact airbags are optional. All-wheel drive, which Uplander offered through 2006, is no longer available. Curtain-style head-protection airbags are not available.


    Fleet buyers can choose E85 flex-fuel (up to 85 percent ethanol) capability as a no-cost option. StabiliTrak can be deleted for credit. Also available is a long-wheelbase cargo van ($22,105).


    Chevrolet claims the Uplander's innovative styling combines the best attributes of vans with the bold look of a sport-utility vehicle. This is accomplished, according to Chevrolet, with a long hood and a large, chromed-ringed grille sporting a big Chevy bow tie. In profile, wide roof pillars and bold, flat-spoked 17-inch wheels are supposed to reinforce the SUV look. Gray molding covers the rocker panels and connects the lower bumper plastic front and rear, which are designed to look like skid plates.


    We're not sure about any of this SUV stuff, because to us the Uplander looks like a minivan with a prominent, slightly awkward snout. It won't fool many people. In virtually every respect the Uplander is a minivan, with the many advantages minivans offer, including a low step-in and load lift heights compared to the typical SUV.


    One thing that impresses during an Uplander walkaround is the overall quality of its assembly and finish. The seams on our test vehicle matched precisely and consistently, and the paint had a thick, deep luster with very little orange-peel effect. It was among the best we've seen from Chevrolet and as good as any other minivan currently offered, including those known for their build quality.


    Few absolutely must have power sliding side doors, but they're something we like and are handy in a number of situations. GM actually invented power doors years ago, so it's a bit perplexing that those on the Uplander seem a little slow to open, close and lock (as are Nissan's). Perhaps GM's engineers designed the operating mechanism with safety foremost in their thinking. More likely, they were responding to cautionary intervention from corporate liability attorneys. We were also struck by the lack of any power liftgate assist, despite Uplander's overall high level of standard equipment.


    With the recent demise of the Pontiac Montana, Uplander is one of three minivans offered by GM's various brands. It shares its engine, transmission, chassis and general dimensions with the Buick Terraza and Saturn Relay. There are slight styling differences, to be sure, and each division has its own rational as to why its minivan looks like it does and why it will appeal to a certain type of buyer. Whatever the thinking behind each might be, price differences among the four are negligible when comparably equipped. (The base Relay, a long-wheelbase model, is priced between the short and long versions of the Uplander LS; the Terraza is the top of the line.) The choice among brands could come down to satisfaction with a particular dealership or lot location, which dealer is willing to cut the best deal, or, most likely, which styling you like the best.


    Inside, the Chevy Uplander stacks up well against its competition. Interior finish and materials are surprisingly good, considering some of GM's efforts just a few years ago. Plastics are generally rich in touch and appearance, and while other media have bashed the fake wood trim, we find it as good as that in cars that cost considerably more. Uplander's instrument panel doesn't try to get cute. It's clean, straightforward design is efficient and easy to get comfortable with.


    The instrument binnacle prominently features a large tach and speedometer. The dials are sharp and legible, and trimmed with a thin chrome ring that adds a classy touch. Window, mirror and lock switches are located in the driver's armrest, right where we like them. Lights are on the dash, next to the steering column; wipers on a stalk to the right. There are redundant audio controls on the steering wheel hub.


    The center stack is particularly well done. Audio controls sit above the climate controls, also as we like them, and the knobs are not only big, but pleasant to touch. There's a pair of pull-out cup holders and a swing-out storage bin at the bottom. There's also a folding utility table between the front seats with more cupholders and indents to keep phones or glasses handy without allowing them to slide off.


    While the cabin is good, it's hardly perfect. The glove box door feels a bit flimsy; the same applies, more so, to the bins behind the front seats. These are well designed, with secure storage for headsets and discs, but they feel cheap. The front fan moves a ton of air, but it's quite loud at full bore. Perhaps most annoying is the view through the rear-view mirror. It's noticeably restricted by the rear-seat headrests, with a relatively narrow scope.


    Our Uplander LT had second-row captain's chairs, which are amply spacious and comfortable for good-sized adults. The third-row bench will be no problem for kids through age 15 or 16, even on long drives, but access to the third row is not the best. The pathway between the individual second-row seats is narrow, hampered further by the folding utility table. For access from the outboard side, a one-button mechanism folds the seatbacks forward and slides the entire seat toward the front. That said, it doesn't make climbing in back much easier than walking between the second-row seats.


    The interior roof rail system mounts storage bins, DVD screens and lighting under the headliner in modular fashion. It also holds the optional, removable PhatNoise hard drive, which is one of the coolest things going in minivans.


    PhatNoise adds a second video screen to the single-DVD entertainment system and a wallet-sized 40-gig hard drive that slips into the overhead rail system. That's enough storage space for 10,000 audio files in virtually any format, or 40 feature films in the MPEG format. PhatNoise has a voice-browsing feature that allows the driver to cycle through menu offerings with buttons on the steering wheel hub. A USB port allows photographs to be loaded directly from a digital camera. Moreover, the PhatNoise hard drive is easily removed and attached to a PC, to be loaded with whatever an Uplander owner chooses. The system was improved last year with pre-loaded promotional content, including TV shows from Nickelodeon, music from eMusic, audio books from Audible and video games from Capcom.


    The available onboard inflator generates enough pressure to inflate just about anything. It's integrated into the left-side trim behind the third seat. On the right, there's a standard 110-volt plug that allows Uplander to operate small appliances without a separate power inverter.


    The optional Cargo Convenience center has its advantages. It can keep certain items out of site, and holds plenty of groceries without allowing them to slide. Yet it's not very deep, and it raises the load height for larger items a good eight inches.




    Driving Impression
    Chevy Uplander comes standard with a big 3.9-liter V6 with variable valve timing that delivers 240 horsepower. That's strong power, placing it between the 244-hp Honda Odyssey and the class-leading 266-hp Toyota Sienna. In torque, the three are closer, however, and torque is what you feel when you accelerate from an intersection. In short, the Uplander should keep up with the quickest in the class.


    GM continues to take pushrod-overhead-valve engine technology to new heights. Uplander's 3.9-liter V6 is the first cam-in-block engine with fully variable valve timing. This technology delivers a nice, broad power curve, with lots of acceleration-producing torque at all engine speeds.


    The 3.9-liter engine gets an EPA-estimated City/Highway 17/25 mpg rating, comparable to the Honda and Toyota, which both rate 19/26 mpg. Uplander's 25-gallon fuel tank translates to an impressive 625 miles between fill-ups, while the other two have smaller 20-gallon tanks.



    The engine is aided by first-rate performance from the automatic transmission. GM makes some of the best automatics anywhere, and while the Uplander's has four speeds (compared to five in some competitors), it responds quickly and appropriately to the driver's commands via the gas pedal. Shift quality (smoothness) is as good as it gets.


    Uplander's handling, however, is reminiscent of old-school GM. This is no doubt by design, because GM is perfectly capable of building vehicles with a more contemporary ride-handling balance. In other words, Chevy thinks Uplander buyers want a soft ride, and to get it they'll tolerate side-to-side sway in any corner taken faster than parking-lot speed. We prefer more responsive handling and don't mind putting up with a little road vibration as the price of it. Uplander's steering has too much power assist for our taste, and it feels numb. While the ride is soft, the suspension can also be loud and clunky on rough surfaces. Uplander simply does not respond as crisply as some other minivans, though some drivers may prefer the softer ride.


    StabiliTrak, GM's electronic stability control, helps prevent skidding in corners in wet or slippery conditions. Uplander's anti-lock braking system works great. The computer keeps the brakes precisely at the point of lockup without any shuddering through the pedal, and stops the vehicle as quickly as possible while leaving the driver control of the steering.


    The Chevrolet Uplander is sold on the basis of its value. Fit, finish and build quality rank with the best in the class. Uplander is easily Chevrolet's best minivan yet. Its styling doesn't do much for us, and it falls short when it comes to ride and handling. However, the big 3.9-liter V6 delivers strong acceleration performance.


    J.P. Vettraino filed this NewCarTestDrive.com report from Detroit.


    Model Lineup
    Chevrolet Uplander LS ($20,205); Uplander LS LWB ($23,208); Uplander LT LWB ($27,405).


    Assembled In
    Doraville, Georgia.


    Options As Tested
    Premium Seating Package ($1,350) includes leather surfaces for first and second row, power front passenger seat and front seat heaters; six-CD changer ($295); Preferred Equipment Package 2LT ($1,945) includes rear parking assist, driver side power sliding door, dual second-row side-impact airbags, deluxe instrumentation w/driver information center, leather-wrapped steering wheel w/audio controls, brushed aluminum sport luggage rack w/side rails, dual zone manual air conditioning, removable overhead storage console, color-key carpeted floor mats all rows; XM satellite radio hardware ($199); Cargo Convenience Center rear storage bins ($385) remote starter ($190); two additional infrared headphones ($75); second-row utility tray ($75).


    Model Tested
    Chevrolet Uplander LT LWB ($27,405).The Chevrolet Uplander holds its own amongst stiff competition in passenger comfort and flexibility, not to mention the gizmos buyers increasingly expect in their minivans. The Uplander is a seven-passenger vehicle. It has three rows of seats, two of which can be folded or removed. For entertainment is comes with a Mobile Digital Media Powered system by PhatNoise. This system includes a 40-gigabyte hard-drive to store movies or music on. To organize cargo the Uplander also has a flexible rear cargo system. It is powered by a 240hp 3.9-liter V-6 that is controlled by a four-speed automatic. Later this year the engine will be made E85 fuel compatible. For 2007, the Chevrolet Uplander no longer comes in 4-wheel drive, a 3.9-liter V-6 and electronic stability system become standard.

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    3120 W Woodrow Wilson Ave
    Jackson, Ms. 39209

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