2013 GMC Conversion Van Explorer Hi-Top Review
Thanks to a large 26-inch TV complemented by a premium surround sound system and DVD, you won’t have any problem providing entertainment for your family or any other passengers for that matter. Even more, wireless headphones are the perfect way to fully enjoy the entertainment while others engage in alternative activities, like driving!
The Onyx Black, Steel Gray Metallic exterior paint job is exceptionally eye-catching. This 2013 Explorer conversion van rides on big 20-inch premium chrome wheels that look great with the chrome mesh grill and the two-tone exterior paint. Wraparound ground effects add both style and visibility. The LED running lights do as well.
Remote start allows one to warm up the vehicle before everyone comes aboard. This particular conversion features premium two-tone leather seating set off by premium wood accents. The light and medium gray tones fully complement the black and silver metallic exterior.
Seating for up to seven is provided via front-row buckets, second-row captain’s chairs, and a third-row powered bench seat. The luxurious front-row buckets include power recline, power lumber, and heat. The three section sofa/bed combo includes both power reclining and power sliding capability. Access to second and third row seating is made that much easier thanks to rear passenger doors on both sides of the van.
The dual-zone climate control system can be adjusted by the driver, and rear climate control adjustment is possible by those seated in the second row. Kids and others devoted to their electronic devices will appreciate the USB charging stations. Finally, LED accent lighting adds to the warm mood inside this beautiful hi-top. A rear sunroof is yet another premium feature in this dynamic conversion.
Hi-top conversions often utilize the GMC 1500 van for a number of key reasons. One is the fact that it is powered by by GM’s acclaimed 5.3L Vortec V-8 that is rated at 301 hp in the 1500. This is the same engine used in the majority of Sierras and Silverados. It is known for its durability and hi-torque. Power is directed to the rear wheels via a four-speed automatic transmission.
The 1500 van also makes use of essentially the same frame used in those tough pickups. It is a fully boxed frame that offers exceptional twist and shake resistance. As a result, both the ride and the stability of this conversion van is enhanced.
Another benefit is the inclusion of GM’s Stabilitrak engineering. This exclusive system brings both traction control and stability control to the GMC 1500 van. Four-wheel anti-lock disc brakes and dual air bags also add to the safety of the vehicle. Rear back-up sensors alert you to the presence of solid objects behind the vehicle. A rear back-up camera adds peace of mind when maneuvering this GMC conversion.
This elegantly appointed 2013 GMC Explorer conversion van will surely add to memories accumulated on the great road trips and vacations to come.