2003 Chevrolet Venture Warner Bros. Edition Auto Review

16 May 2015 | Author: | Comments Off on 2003 Chevrolet Venture Warner Bros. Edition Auto Review

The Chevy Venture follows a minivan formula: adequate easy-driving 4-speed automatic, unexciting exterior profile and seating for a Little League As with other vehicles in its cupholders abound, and some storage spaces help gear enough for a summer to the beach or a winter trip to the

The latest Venture is not a radical from past versions in the GM or those offered by competitors. to compete with the Dodge Caravan and their Voyager at Chrysler as well as with the Windstar, Honda Odyssey, Sienna and Mazda MPV, Venture is more of a logical of the family vehicle Americans increasingly, the rest of the world) come to love.

From the outside, GM’s new cuts a sparse, straightforward that won’t win design but gets the job done. A low front and air dam accent the snub-nosed front end and windshield. Side doors back easily and are available power assist on both

The rear liftgate completes a back end, and a luggage keeps things in place on the

The Warner Bros. Edition is by a few exterior changes from the models in the lineup, including satin-finish side panels, wheels and Warner Bros. badging. This co-branded also comes with a passenger-side power sliding (Power on the driver’s side is optional.)

Under the hood, the is much the same-that is, the Venture turn any heads or snap any A respectable, but not revolutionary, Vortec V-6 delivers 185 horses at 5,200 rpm 210 lb.-ft. of torque available at rpm, which means off-the-line acceleration.

The Venture is available with all-wheel-drive Versatrak system, but on long-wheelbase versions, which the Warner Bros. Edition. front and semi-independent rear help create a pleasant, but not tight, road feel, power rack-and-pinion steering navigating parking lots and fields a bit easier.

The Warner like other Venture has front disc/rear drum when equipped with drive. Adding the optional all-wheel-drive system upgrades the to 16-inch aluminum wheels and a fully independent rear and four-wheel disc brakes.

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Although this vehicle is not a to behold, it does hold a lot of in some pretty clever Seating can be easily reconfigured to room for stuff or passengers. flip/fold seats can be removed or folded flat to become for games and snacking.

Third-row fold flat for cargo a unique feature in this class.

Further, a full-size fits easily behind the row, which also a convenience center with stowage compartments. The middle one has a bottom and sides for putting wet gear at the beach or after a soccer game. A whopping 17 keep every drink, juice box to Big Gulp, close at and power outlets provide for laptops and other equipment.

The DVD system is the feature presentation the Warner Bros. Edition. The plays DVD video and audio as as CDs and video games formatted for

A flat, flip-down 7-inch is located in the center ceiling behind the driver’s cabin, and three simple controls-Power, and Eject-for ease of operation.

A control rounds out this which allows passengers to use the DVD radio and CD player all at once sets of headphones are included). jacks for video games and turn this cockpit a mini-theatre.

For some, minivan is still with suburbia. For others, means lifesaver for its convenience, and ease of use. The Venture Bros. Edition adds a new dimension to the minivan experience.

It flaunt flair or performance. the Warner Bros. Venture the kind of built-in entertainment parents only dream of.

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