Chevy Van story begins in 1964, when Chevy Van G-10 has replaced Chevrolet Greenbrier Van. It was a monocab with front engine. Such an arrangement between a passenger and a driver allowed to make a flat low floor. G-10 was created primarily as a cargo. All the comfort options and the side windows were additional. The same with popular VW Transporter all the first vans were equipped with air cooling of engine in order to reduce the cost of construction. Initially, the machine was designed to compete with the Ford Econoline and Dodge A100, which entered the market earlier. Van's first generation was produced from the 64 th to the 66 th years. The second generation was restyling of the first and held out on the line from 67-th to 70-th years.
In the 71-year Chevrolet introduced the new Chevy Van G-20. The machine has been substantially revised, the engine has passed a little forward, the car has also received extended wheelbase, big range of engines. There's a new instrument panel, new plastic grille, new headlights (round on smaller models, square on more expensive), a new steering column. In general appearance and interior fittings have undergone very significant changes. In fact, this model, after some restyling, was produced until 90's. The first facelift was in the 78th year.
Respectively, presented car was the first version of G-20. This combi version was Chevi.
From 1990 to 1998, a commercial version of model Chevrolet Chevy Van was produced. The car gained a great popularity in the automobile car market in the United States, but this car can be found on the secondary market of another countries. Chevrolet Chevy Van was produced in the back of the van with a length of 4526 mm, width - 2019 mm, height - 2019 mm. Wheelbase was equal to 2794 millimeters. Its curb weight was 1680 kg. Capacity of vehicle was equal to 885 kilograms.
The model was equipped with gasoline engines. Under the hood of the most powerful petrol version of Chevrolet Chevy Van was the power unit with volume of 5.7 liters capacity of 245 horsepower, which operated together with the 4-speed automatic transmission and rear wheel drive. Moving through the city the car spent 18 liters, and on the highway - 13 liters of fuel per 100 kilometers.