NEW YORK – Equipped with the largest side-curtain airbags of any vehicle on the market and new shatter-proof window glazing, General Motors Corp.’s fullsize Chevrolet Express and GMC Savana passenger vans take a giant stride forward in occupant safety. These passive-safety components, together with active-safety systems previously introduced on ’07 models, help make the high-profile people carriers among the safest of their type, the auto maker says. Stretching from the A-pillar to the ...

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