CHICAGO – When General Motors Corp. set out to redesign its family of fullsize vans, engineers focused on improving functionality for the commercial customer. The results are several industry firsts, including side access panels, all-wheel drive and a left-side entry door. '03 GMC Savana The ’03 GMC Savana and Chevrolet Express go into production at GM’s Wentzville, MO, assembly plant in July and are slated to hit dealer showrooms in August. Responding to an idea from a ...

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