The Chevy Uplander is a dependable vehicle that rides very comfortably.
My 2007 Chevy Uplander has been a good, reliable vehicle. It rides very nice with easy steering. It did develop a hole somewhere in the line of the air conditioner so that no longer works. The wheel bearings and tie rods have to be replaced quite frequently which is a bit of a nuisance. And expensive. My Uplander came with a built in DVD player with two headsets so that was nice for the kids on long car rides. The color is navy blue which is hard to keep clean. The interior is a light gray. This is an older vehicle so there are no modern technologies other than the DVD player. It does have a CD player. Separate controls for air and heat in the back. The seats fold down in the back for more storage space if necessary. There is a luggage rack on the top. There is an automatic sliding door on both sides make it easy to get in and out. Although the sliding door on the passenger side malfunctions from time to time and we have to push it shut. There is a button on each side of the car to open them. Two above the drivers console and also two on the key fob for easy opening. The van comes with the option of On Star. The ABS and Traction control sensors also malfunction a lot. When working properly these functions really come in handy on slippery roads in winter. Despite all the malfunctioning parts the Chevy Uplander has been a good vehicle for our family.