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Eventually replacing the Venture minivan in Chevrolet's lineup, the Uplander is brand new for 2005. It shares platforms and components with the likewise-new Buick Terraza, Pontiac Montana SV-6, and Saturn Relay. To help counter a perceived market stigma against conventional people-movers, the Uplander is being billed as a "crossover sport van," and carries a slightly higher ride height and more-aggressive styling than most minivans to assume a SUV-like profile. It still, however, offers such traditional amenities as sliding rear-side doors and three rows of seating for as many as seven passengers. A 3.5-liter V-6 engine produces 200-horsepower and is mated to a four-speed automatic transmission that drives either the front or all four wheels (in AWD versions). While the second row seats don't fold flat into the floor, as is fast becoming the norm, they are foldable and removable. Fortunately the 50/50-split rear seat does folds into the floor to maximize cargo-carrying abilities. Front side airbags for front-seat passengers are optional, as is a roof-mounted DVD entertainment system and a full range of comfort and convenience features.
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