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The Most Common GMC Savana Passenger Symbols

These are the most common dashboard symbols that you will see in your GMC Savana Passenger. Click on one to see more information or scroll further down to see the link to the owner's manual where you can find even more symbols.

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About the Savana Passenger

The GMC Savana Passenger Van is part of a larger family of vans produced by General Motors, most commonly known as the Chevrolet Express. They are large, full-size vans, and were first launched back in 1996, with the majority of variants still in production today.

The GMC Savana is virtually identical to the Chevrolet Express van, except for its grille and, of course, the different GMC badging. Most units sold are done so under the Express marque rather than the Savana one, but the GMC Savana remains popular nonetheless, and popular enough to remain in production since 1996.

This van competes with the likes of the Ford Transit, Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, Ram ProMaster, and others. The cargo variant starts at $34,695, while the Passenger Van variant starts at $38,895, coming in two trim levels, the Passenger Van 2500, and Passenger Van 3500. Opting for the 3500 raises the starting MSRP to $39,695.

The powertrain is a 4.3-liter V6 engine outputting 276-hp in the latest model, with an option to upgrade to a 6.6-liter V8 engine delivering up to 401-hp. In addition to these, GMC did bring out a diesel variant with a 4-cylinder 181-hp engine that could also offer up to 369 lb-ft of torque. V6 and diesel powertrains are paired with an 8-speed automatic, while the V8 engines get an older (but solid) 6-speed version.

The GMC Savana Passenger Van seats up to 12, but GMC also makes one variant with an extended wheelbase that raises passenger capacity to 15. There’s front and rear air conditioning and power windows as standard, as well as cruise control.

Climbing the trim ladder delivers some nice extras, including keyless entry, Wi-Fi hotspot, Bluetooth connectivity, and more. It’s not the most luxurious van out there, but it’s an affordable and reliable offering for those who need capacity and utility without breaking the bank.