When most drivers decide to buy a minivan, their wildest imaginings do not compare to the 2008 Chevrolet Uplander. The Uplander defies all the minivan odds by being one of the most fuel-friendly rides available. An incredible number of upgrades are standard on the 2008 Uplander, as well as features that will make the most safety conscious drivers delighted. With a one-year subscription to OnStar included with the Uplander, Chevrolet has yet again surpassed the competition. Also, with two affordably priced trims available, buyers will soon be swarming sales lots everywhere. Under the hood, the 2008 Chevrolet Uplander sports a 3.9L V6 engine that produces up to 240 horsepower. Buyers will also be happy to know that Chevrolet has made available an E85 FlexFuel capable engine upgrade. This feature allows drivers to purchase the cleaner burning, more affordable E85 fuel at gas stations. For families that are constantly on the go, the upgrade to E85 capability, like the Chrysler Town & Country, is a must have. Also, a rundown protected battery gives forgetful drivers a bit more assurance that the battery will not run down when any lights or audio features are accidentally left on. The 4-speed automatic transmission has an overdrive feature for gaining momentum up hills, and the sport suspension provides a sharper turning ability. The exterior of the Uplander is nothing to scoff at either. Galvanized steel sides provide extra side impact protection as well as front and rear shock absorbing bumpers to shield passengers for even more collision protection. Tinted windows and sliding rear side doors give the Uplander a little extra panache. Power side-view mirrors allow for easier adjustment for different drivers, and rear parking assist is available to give drivers a heads up if an object blocks their path. Inside, buyers can expect an amazing audio system and available entertainment system. Also, owners can upgrade to a remote start system for an easy way to warm up the Uplander on snowy winter mornings. With the LS trim of the 2008 Chevrolet Uplander priced at $22,320 and the LT at $30,110, potential buyers will find that they’ll definitely get their money’s worth. Also, the 2008 Uplander beats all the competition with an estimated 16 city MPG and 23 highway MPG, and with the available FlexFuel upgrade, buyers can expect to get even better fuel economy. Overall, the Chevrolet Uplander is both a great buy and a safe ride, and drivers will be thrilled with the wealth of available upgrades and standard features.
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