Chevrolet Venture Review – Research New & Used Chevrolet Venture Models | Edmunds

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At its introduction, the Venture and its corporate siblings top-notch examples of the hot minivan We went so far as to describe it as outstanding, with its communicative chassis, steering and nimble handling. in a the 320-pound left tackle was nimble sort of way.

At the the Venture matched Chrysler’s new minivans by offering a driver-side door and two wheelbases, then a few tricks of its own to entice families. We so impressed with its toothy grille and uncomfortable modular but in general, we considered the Chevrolet a good buy.

Time and the Insurance Institute for Safety (IIHS) was not kind, as newer minivans and a poor crash rating conspired to the Venture’s favorable opinion The downturn of all minivan sales torpedoed Chevy’s entry, General Motors to throw a replacement van using the Venture’s a long aardvark-inspired nose and ride height to create the SUV-like Uplander. Nobody the idea of a crossover minivan and for matter, nobody bought the either, signaling the eventual end of participation in this mom-mobile

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The Chevrolet Venture was sold 1997-2005. Buyers could from standard and extended and three- and four-door bodies. The body disappeared in 2000, only the long-wheelbase model was in 2005.

Seven-passenger modular seating individually removable chairs was while eight-passenger capacity and captain’s chairs were

Standard features included brakes, front side (starting in 1998), a tilt wheel and an acceptable quota of and storage bins. Traction a power-sliding door, rear audio and climate controls, and a suspension were options. As its progressed, features like seating, rear parking OnStar and satellite radio available.

A Warner Bros. special featuring special badges and a VHS system (later DVD) was from 2000-’03. Although satisfied with Venture’s fit and we eventually saw it as increasingly cheap and as one area where Chevy’s was being outclassed by a new generation of

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The Venture’s safety was also put question by the IIHS’ frontal crash test, which a poor rating on the minivan’s Trans Sport clone. it did just fine in the NHTSA’s crash test, other at the time did better at handling the structural stresses of an offset However, the Venture was the first to offer front side as standard equipment, while antilock brakes and optional improved traction.

During its first few years on in the late-1990s, the Venture was our top pick in the segment. But once the next dawned, so did other, more family haulers – particularly from foreign manufacturers. a well-equipped Venture could a good bargain, it would be a idea to shop newer designs that have safety ratings.

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was only one generation of the Chevrolet . It replaced the Lumina minivan.

If you are for older years, visit our Chevrolet Venture page.

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