2016 Conversion Vans By Explorer

March 23rd, 2016 by

2016-Explorer-Conversion-Van-Front-SeatsIf you want to step up your family’s ride, there are few ways better than the 2016 GMC Explorer Van. It all starts with the GMC Savanna 2500.

Conversion creates a customized interior that can take care of your crowd in style.

The cabin has an open feel, but it can seat five or seven in comfort. The design allows for ample legroom and headroom for all riders. A wide center aisle offers easy rear access. Center captain’s chairs and the rear sofa are made of high density molded foam and covered in your choice of leather or a stain resistant fabric. The carpeting is laid over closed-cell foam, effectively damping road noise. The windows are outfitted with cloth shades and leather valances.

Front seat riders in this 2016 Explorer Conversion Van enjoy power chairs with power-heat, power-lumbar, and power-slide functions.


The rear sofa can also have a power-slide function. For juice boxes or sodas, the center console contains an insulated cooler. The climate control system

has added venting for the rear passengers. There are leather-style doors with plenty of drink holders. Individual, adjustable map lights will remind you of your last airplane trip. LED-lit drink holders make it easy to find what you want in the dark.

There are several entertainment systems to choose from. Low-top models feature a 15-inch flip-down monitor that includes a built-in blu-ray player with HDMI connectivity. With the sport roof, you can go for the big 29-inch monitor. These also add a game outlet with a converter. OnStar adds WiFi Connectivity, allowing up to seven devices to log in.

Advanced dash tech includes Bluetooth, satellite radio, and a touchscreen. With on-board navigation, you
can do more exploring in your 2016 Explorer 2016-Explorer-Conversion-Van-Intellilinkconversion van. A rearview camera and rear parking aids simplify parking maneuvers.

The exterior can be customized as well. Families will appreciate a low-profile roof rack to expand cargo space. Full running boards make it easier for passengers to climb in and out. Wheel flares can be matched with body side molding. Special dye cut graphics can personalize the look. The Vista roof adds panoramic glass.

This is definitely a van that the family driver will appreciate. It has a tighter turning circle than the Chevy Suburban. The short nose helps the driver keep a sharper eye on the road ahead. The performance-oriented V-8 engine cranks out 323 horsepower. Assuring you of ample acceleration, this powertrain can generate 373 lb.-ft. of torque. Clearly this van is no slowpoke.

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