Used 2011 GMC Savana Cargo Van Pros & Cons

Pros & Cons of the 2011 GMC Savana Cargo Van

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 Pros Compared to other cargo vans in its segment, The GMC Savana Cargo Van gets high scores for Maximum Driving Range as it registers 620 miles as compared to segment average of just 465.1 miles;

 Pros The Powertrain Warranty is something to look forward to. The segment average is 60 months/79,428 miles while this cargo van offers 60 months/100,000 miles;

 Pros Prepared for light-duty cargo loading even in the toughest road conditions thanks to the addition of Cargo Van Tow and Haul Mode. This feature helps prevent searching between gears when navigating hills and sloped areas;

 Pros Wide selection for engines gives buyers the chance to drive cleanly thanks to the FlexFuel technology. These engines can run on E85, a combination of ethanol and gasoline.

 Cons When it comes to power on the road, the basic engine in the GMC Savana Cargo Van pales in comparison with the competition in its segment. The segment average is 224.93 horses while this GMC entry only packs 195 horses;

 Cons Though drivers can count on its cargo space for light-duty hauling, it does not meet the segment average. For other cargo vans in the market, the average cargo space is 244.26 cubic feet while this van gives up 239.7 cubic feet;

 Cons The cargo bed depth is also found lacking if compared to segment average. The GMC Savana Cargo Van offers 52.9 inches while the segment average is 60.72 inches;

 Cons The front headroom though respectable at 39.8 inches, still this lags as the segment average is 46.24 inches.