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Most Efficient Large Vans

Below are the top 10 most efficient large vans according to their city fuel consumption.

Even the most economical large vans use a lot of fuel. These are large and heavy goods vehicles that when fully loaded will of course use even more fuel. All of these vans have gas engines. Hybrid or diesel vans would be much more efficient, although hybrid vans would probably not be cost effective for most businesses.

Clean diesel vans may be a thing of the future. Diesel vans are very popular in Europe with businesses because of their greater efficiency, longevity of the engine and extra torque.

Efficient Van Engine
City L/100km
Hwy L/100km
CHEVROLET EXPRESS CARGO 4.3L gasoline
14.1
10.0
GMC SAVANA CARGO 4.3L gasoline
14.1
10.0
FORD E150 VAN FFV 4.6L gasoline
16.0
12.0
FORD E250 VAN FFV 4.6L gasoline
16.0
12.0
CHEVROLET EXPRESS CARGO CONV AWD 5.3L gasoline
16.5
12.1
CHEVROLET EXPRESS PASSENGER AWD 5.3L gasoline
16.5
12.1
GMC SAVANA CARGO CONV AWD 5.3L gasoline
16.5
12.1
GMC SAVANA PASSENGER AWD 5.3L gasoline
16.5
12.1
FORD E150 WAGON FFV 4.6L gasoline
16.9
12.6
FORD E350 VAN FFV 5.4L gasoline
18.1
13.1

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CHEVROLET EXPRESS CARGO

The Chevrolet Express Cargo is the most efficient large van you can buy. Its 4.3 litre V6 Vortec engine delivers a hefty 195 horsepower which is good for moving a payload of 1145kg.

A high level of safety equipment is included as standard on this van. Driver and passenger air bags, curtain side impact air bags, four wheel ABS, traction control and electronic stability are all standard and cost no extra.

The Chevrolet Express is 5.69 metres long and 2.01 metres wide. It has an inside bed width between the wheel arch housing of 1.34 metres and an inside bed height of 1.34 metres also.