2002 Chevrolet Astro
103,677 Miles
$5,995

Victorville, CA
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1999 Chevrolet Astro
142,595 Miles
$3,402

Olympia, WA
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2002 Chevrolet Astro
184,462 Miles
$3,990

Santa Maria, CA
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2003 Chevrolet Astro
134,738 Miles
$8,550

Charlottesville, VA
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1998 Chevrolet Astro
100,764 Miles
$4,995

Mc Pherson, KS
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2001 Chevrolet Astro
152,351 Miles
$3,762

Waterloo, IA
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2001 Chevrolet Astro
148,723 Miles
$2,990

Port Angeles, WA
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2000 Chevrolet Astro
130,081 Miles
$1,995

Bridgeview, IL
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1999 Chevrolet Astro
76,035 Miles
$4,999

Shakopee, MN
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2000 Chevrolet Astro
152,373 Miles
$3,990

Oregon, OH
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2003 Chevrolet Astro
160,919 Miles
$3,000

Beavercreek, OH
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2002 Chevrolet Astro
91,412 Miles
$4,985

Ashland, KY
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1999 Chevrolet Astro
167,252 Miles
$2,500

Lansing, MI
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Chevrolet Astro Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
3.6
Value
3.6
Performance
3.1
Style
2.4
Comfort
3.9
Fuel Economy
2.6
Maintenance
3.4

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Chevrolet Astro Owner Ratings & Reviews

1997 Chevrolet Astro - Durable Vehicle

Spokane, Washington
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
4.0
The Chevy Astro van's motor is known to last forever. You don't need to worry about replacing a timing belt, because it uses a timing chain. The one I have has been beat up pretty good, but is still running well. It seems not too hard to work on the van yourself - especially underneath the vehicle.
Story
Drove to Oregon and back right after I bought it - an hour after I bought it.
Pros
Quite a lot of room inside. Strong motors - that last a long time. Easy to find parts. Great for road camping, just hop in the back and fall asleep at a rest stop. Good gas mileage for the size of the vehicle. Modern, yet not too hard to work on.
Cons
Hard to work on the motor itself because of space. Some parts wear out quickly. Not very good gas mileage in the city. Not really enjoyable to drive. A big vehicle, depending on if that's a bad thing to a person.

1999 Chevrolet Astro - Easy to drive, reliable workhorse

Escondido, California
Overall
4.0
Value
3.0
Performance
3.0
Style
2.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
1.0
Maintenance
4.0
After driving mostly pickups and full-size vehicles, my first impression with test driving the Astro was how easy it is to drive. Naturally, since this vehicle is meant for (among others) the soccer mom. But take out the rear seats and you have a cargo van capable of hauling furniture, garden supplies, big-screen TVs... The van is quite reliable, and never left me stranded (at least, not without a head's up). Engine will almost always fire up on the first crank; if it doesn't, take it to the mechanic. A fuel pump failure will spoil your fun, but you'll generally have lots of indication before it goes.
Story
I couldn't find an affordable room for an overnight stay in San Juan Capistrano, but using a little phone internet research, found a free parking opportunity at the train station parking structure. I stretched out in the back and found it quite comfortable to sleep in. There was even some free entertainment from a wedding reception at an adjacent restaurant!
Pros
This vehicle is very easy to drive. I would not hesitate to let my mother drive it (if she still had her driver license!) Seats seven (including the driver) comfortably. V-6 power is appreciated, especially when merging onto busy freeways. In fact, if you choose the white (soccer mom) model, you will attain a new superpower when driving this vehicle. You can speed up an entire freeway! Because no one wants to be passed by the soccer van, even when it's doing 90 MPH. The rear seats are easy to remove, but grab a friend when it's time to put them back in.
Cons
The driver's side legroom is a bit cramped, due to the wheel well intruding from the left. Fuel pumps seem to last about 5 years, after which the replacement cost runs several hundred to a thousand dollars (if you don't do the labor yourself). It is possible to "tweak" the rear dutch doors/liftgate such that they will no longer open (I did this in an extreme situation--very frustrating).

2002 Chevrolet Astro - A phenominal vehicle

Eagar, Arizona
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
5.0
The Astro has a lot of space for my family of six. We don't have to try to fit in a small car, just to find that two of us have to stay home. It is very comfortable and has many great attributes. There is heating and cooling in the back, as well as the front. There are cup holders virtually everywhere. The Astro also has a good amount of power. The only downside is that it uses a lot of gas while traveling in town. On the other hand, it makes really good mileage on the highway. There are enough speakers in the van to let everyone hear the music. It's kind of rough on bumps and pot holes, because of the size of the van. It also catches the wind and pushes you a little more than in a smaller car.
Story
My family and I took the Astro camping. We set up tents, laid out sleeping bags, and made a fire pit. We spent the rest of the day fishing. In the evening, we ate dinner and retired to our tents. During the night, coyotes came into the camp to say hello. It scared my kids enough that they talked me into letting everyone sleep in the van. We couldn't have even taken this trip, let alone have ev... (more)
Pros
Space, heating and cooling through out the vehicle, places to set your drinks, powerful engine, good fuel highway mileage, enough speakers for everyone to enjoy music.
Cons
Poor city gas mileage, rough on bumps and pot holes, High profile body that gets pushed by the wind more than a smaller vehicle.