The 2007 Chevrolet Uplander LS carries an MSRP of $20,895 with the LT at $28,095, and the LT Entertainer at $33,740. The LS is available with a regular or extended wheelbase while all other models are extended.
The LS and 1LT models accommodate seven passengers with front-row bucket seats, second-row removable modular bucket seats, though captains chairs are an optional upgrad, and a third-row 50/50 split-folding bench. The 2LT and the Entertainer also accommodate seven with the same configuration but the second row seats are non-removable captain’s chairs. The 1LT has a second row single built-in child seat and all models feature the LATCH system for child safety seats. The “Sit-N-Lift” power seat for passengers who need assistance is an option on the 2LT and on the Entertainer.
Sliding side doors with tamper-proof locks are standard across the line with power doors on the LT models. The 2LT and the Entertainer have parking assistance technology standard, while it’s an optional feature on the 1LT. A 3.9 liter V6 engine is standard across the line with a 3.9 liter V6 with the capability to use either optional on the LS extended wheelbase and the 1 and 2LTs. All models have four-speed, electronically controlled automatic transmissions with overdrive.
While the maker bills the 2007 Chevrolet Uplander as a cross between a minivan and an SUV, it is the minivan features that make it a practical option