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New 2014 GMC Savana 2500 Overview
The Savana full-size van comes in a variety of configurations. It is available in 1500, 2500 and 3500 weight classes; regular- and long-wheelbase form; cargo and passenger versions; and with rear- or all-wheel drive. Five engines are offered. Competitors include the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, Nissan NV and Ford E-Series. The Savana is related to the Chevrolet Express.
New for 2014
The cargo model comes as a new Crew Cargo Van with a three-person rear bench seat and a bulkhead that separates the passenger from the cargo area. It is available in 2500 and 3500 form and has fixed full-body windows, swing-out passenger-side doors and side curtain airbags. New to passenger vans are standard power windows and locks.
The Savana sits on 16-inch wheel standard with either a 135- or 155-inch wheelbase. The full-size van comes with swing-out rear doors and sliding or swing-out side doors.
Cargo Vans seat one, two or five, and Passenger models seat eight, twelve or fifteen. The Savana features choice of vinyl of cloth seats, standard air conditioning, and available remote start and Bluetooth connectivity.
Under the Hood
The base Savana 2500 comes with a 285-hp, 4.8-liter V-8 that can run on gas or E85 ethanol. Rear- or all-wheel drive available in four- or six-speed automatic transmission and heavy-duty locking rear differential available. The 2500 has a 10,000-pound maximum towing capacity.
The Savana comes standard with all-disc antilock brakes, electronic stability system, and three-row side curtain airbags for passenger vans. Technology safety features include backup camera and rear parking sensors.
*Overview Courtesy of Cars.com
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