Auto Transport Quotes: Chevrolet Express 1500 Passenger Van
The Express 1500 Passenger Van is one of many models in Chevy’s Express line of vans, both passenger and cargo. The Express line has been modeled to fit numerous different needs, and has been a major contributor to Chevrolet’s recent success.
The Express 1500 Passenger Van is a small van designed for passenger hauling, though cargo capacity is still an important part of the 1500 Passenger Van. It currently is offered in two base models, the LS and the LT. The Express 1500 Passenger Van is built like a minivan, in that it can seat eight people, but it was built on the Express cargo platform – in other words, it’s the size of a 1500 cargo van with a different interior.
As such, it’ll likely cost a bit more than a standard minivan due to the fact that it’s a bit larger, a bit heavier, and built like a cargo van. Luckily, the 1500 Passenger Van is a fairly common vehicle, at least as far as the Express line go – plenty of places use them as carpool vehicles, particularly schools and churches.
Other businesses use the 1500 Passenger Van for their own reasons, but regardless it’s one of the more popular Express vehicles – which means that prices to transport them should be fairly standard, and most auto transport companies will be able to help you get it picked up wherever it is and delivered to wherever it is you need it to get to. You should be prepared for slightly higher prices over a minivan, as the Express tends to be a bit heavier as it’s more like a converted cargo van than a minivan.
If you’re looking for a quote to ship your Express 1500 Passenger Van, we here at American Auto Shipping can help. Our free online quote form has makes and models for literally thousands of vehicles, so no matter what you’re shipping we can help you get it done. If you fill out our free online quote request form you’ll get a free quote right away. Use American Auto Shipping to get your Express 1500 Passenger Van moved from wherever it is in the U.S. to wherever it is you need it to get to.
Since 2007 Dave has written all the content and blogs for American Auto Shipping and during this time added the duties of customer support and transport logistics.
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