2014 GMC Savana Passenger ratings and reviews

It’s safe to say that, without a significant upgrade in several years, the GMC Savana Passenger van is outdated compared to many of its competitors. However, a new engine option for 2014 puts it somewhat back on the map with its compressed natural gas technology. There are three Savana models – 1500, 2500, 3500 – that relate to their payload ratings, while two trims – LS and LT – focus on the features. The LS trim offers the basics, like vinyl seats, power locks and windows, and daytime running lights. LT then adds some convenient extras, like keyless entry, cruise control, air conditioning, chrome exterior trim, cloth upholstery, and carpeting throughout the van. GMC has several options for the Savana Passenger van, including heated mirrors, a remote starter, towing accessories and packages, power front seats, a sliding passenger door, and rear parking sensors. Every Savana includes a 3-year/36,000-mile basic warranty to keep it road-ready.

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It’s safe to say that, without a significant upgrade in several years, the GMC Savana Passenger van is outdated compared to many of its competitors. However, a new engine option for 2014 puts it somewhat back on the map with its compressed natural gas technology. There are three Savana models – 1500, 2500, 3500 – that relate to their payload ratings, while two trims – LS and LT – focus on the features. The LS trim offers the basics, like vinyl seats, power locks and windows, and daytime running lights. LT then adds some convenient extras, like keyless entry, cruise control, air conditioning, chrome exterior trim, cloth upholstery, and carpeting throughout the van. GMC has several options for the Savana Passenger van, including heated mirrors, a remote starter, towing accessories and packages, power front seats, a sliding passenger door, and rear parking sensors. Every Savana includes a 3-year/36,000-mile basic warranty to keep it road-ready.
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