GMC Savana Cargo Van G2500 Long

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Description: 3500 passenger van with Duramax 6.6L turbo diesel New “LGH” Duramax diesel delivers best-in-class torque and horsepower, meets stringent emissions requirements and is biodiesel-capable

  • 3500 passenger van with Duramax 6.6L turbo diesel
  • New “LGH” Duramax diesel delivers best-in-class torque and horsepower, meets stringent emissions requirements and is biodiesel-capable
  • 4.8L V-8 becomes the standard engine on 2500 passenger vans with the 135-inch wheelbase
  • StabiliTrak® is standard on all cargo and passenger van models
  • Locking rear differential (G80) is available on all cargo and passenger models
  • OnStar Generation 9.0 (with six-month Directions & Connections plan) is standard on passenger vans and available on cargo and some cutaway models
  • XM Satellite Radio and Bluetooth offered with available digital radio
  • USB port included with digital radio
  • OnStar/XM radio antenna relocation kit available for cutaway and cargo models

GMC Savana is a roomy, versatile workhorse that is adept at hauling up to 15 people, cargo or both. It also serves as the foundation for safe, comfortable and luxurious conversion vans. The 2011 Savana is available in light duty half-ton, three-quarter-ton and one-ton weight classes, in regular (135-inch) and long wheelbase (155-inch). Included in the multitude of engine choices are those that can operate on E85 ethanol, a domestically produced alternative fuel.

The Savana family of full-size vans offers many competitive advantages, with standard and available features that include:

  • Fuel-saving six-speed automatic transmissions
  • Right-hand (driver-side) cargo doors
  • All-wheel drive
  • Available 6.6L Duramax turbo diesel engine with B20 biodiesel capability
  • Exceptional cargo space
  • Available locking rear differential (G80)
  • Trailer rating of up to 9,900 pounds (4,490 kg) on 3500 passenger van and 10,000 pounds (4,535 kg) on 3500 cargo van.

For 2011, a number of changes, enhancements and new features improve the Savana lineup’s capability and give it greater digital connectivity. They include:

  • A new, exclusive 3500 passenger van model with the new Duramax 6.6L turbo diesel
  • The 4.8L V-8 becomes the standard engine on 2500 passenger vans with the 135-inch wheelbase, bringing a more affordable entry-level model with reduced fuel consumption
  • StabiliTrak® is standard on all cargo and passenger van models
  • The “G80” locking rear axle is available on all cargo and passenger models
  • OnStar Generation 9.0 (with six-month Directions & Connections plan) is standard on passenger vans and available on cargo and some cutaway models
  • XM Satellite Radio and Bluetooth is offered with the available digital radio
  • A USB port is included with digital radio
  • An OnStar/XM radio antenna relocation kit available for cargo and cutaway models

The new Savana 3500 passenger model with the 6.6L Duramax diesel engine complements the model’s people-hauling capability with exceptional towing capacity. With the new diesel, long-wheelbase models boast a GVWR of 4,490 kg (9,900 lbs), a GCWR of 7,711 kg (17,000 lbs) and towing rating of 4,400 kg (9,700 lbs).

A new, more powerful 6.6L Duramax turbo-diesel V-8 is offered in some Savana models, delivering best-in-class torque and horsepower. Known by its “LGH” engine code, it is rated at 260 horsepower (194 kW) and 525 lb.-ft. of torque (711 Nm). This new Duramax is also more fuel-efficient – up to 11-per cent improved fuel consumption than the outgoing model – reduces NOx emissions by up to 63 per cent and helps enable exceptional towing capacity.

  • Main bearing profiles changed to enhance oil film thickness
  • Oil pump flow increased for more pressure at low speeds
  • A revised turbocharger oil circuit for increased pressure at the turbo and faster oil delivery
  • Connecting rod pin ends modified to provide increased piston support
  • New, higher-strength piston design
  • A new 30,000-psi (2,000 bar) piezo-actuated fuel injection system – capable of operating on ASTM grade B20 biodiesel – ensures more precise fuel delivery, improving emission performance.

To meet the more stringent emissions requirements for 2011, the LGH Duramax features a robust EGR cooling system, along with revised turbocharger tuning that helps enhance EGR performance. It also has a large-capacity selective catalytic reduction system. In fact, the new engine features the latest in emission control technology, making it the cleanest Duramax engine ever produced. NOx emissions are reduced by at least 63 per cent, compared to the 2010 model. NOx emissions are controlled via a Selective Catalyst Reduction aftertreatment system that uses urea-based Diesel (Emission) Exhaust Fluid (DEF). The DEF is housed in a 20 L (5.83-gallon) and needs to be replenished about every 8,000 km (5,000 miles). Electrically heated lines feed the DEF to the emission system to ensure adequate delivery in cold weather.

The 2011 Duramax also includes GM’s second-generation diesel particulate filter system. Unlike most competitors, the Duramax regenerates its diesel particulate filter using a downstream injection of diesel fuel directly into the exhaust stream and can travel up to 1,125 km (700 miles) between regenerations – a 482 km (300-mile) increase over the previous Duramax engine. The use of downstream injection also helps improve engine life by eliminating concerns surrounding the possibility of diesel fuel contaminating engine oil, which can happen when fuel used for regeneration is introduced directly into the cylinder.

The new Duramax will continue to provide outstanding cold-weather performance, with microprocessor-controlled glow plugs capable of gas engine-like start performance in less than three seconds in temperatures as low as - 29 C (20 degrees F), without a block heater. The engine has been developed to operate for at least 322,000 kilometres (200,000 miles) on a rough-duty cycle without the need for a major overhaul; and it is backed with a five-year/160,000-kilometre powertrain warranty.

A fuel-operated heater (FOH) also is available for vans equipped with the Duramax 6.6L to quickly provide heat to the vehicle interior in cold weather. The seamlessly integrated system is designed into the Savana chassis, saving customers the time and labour of upfitting an aftermarket system. The electronically controlled, fuel-operated heater operates automatically, turning on and off within parameters that include outside air temperature, fuel level, coolant temperature and whether the engine is running. It features a self-contained, pressurized auxiliary coolant heater (with a surge tank) that uses diesel fuel to generate up to 17,200 Btu/h (5 kW) of heating energy.

GMC Savana offers a choice of five engines. The base engine for light-duty Savana Cargo models is the 4.3L V-6 with multi-port fuel injection. It delivers 195 horsepower (145 kW) and 260 lb.-ft. of torque (353 Nm) and features a central fuel injector that delivers a separate flow of fuel to six individual hybrid injectors for better performance and improved emissions.

Standard on 2500 passenger and cargo vans is a 4.8L V-8 that cranks out 279 horsepower (208 kW) and 294 lb.-ft. of torque (398 Nm).

G1500 and H1500 passenger models and H1500 cargo and conversion models, meanwhile, are powered by the 5.3L V-8. It delivers 310 horsepower (231 kW) and 334 lb.-ft. of torque (453 Nm), providing segment-leading acceleration.

A FlexFuel E85 version of the 5.3L V-8 is available. It delivers the same horsepower and torque as its gasoline counterpart, while running on E85 ethanol fuel or a mixture of E85 and gasoline. E85 comprises 85 per cent ethanol, a renewable fuel produced domestically.

Those seeking more power can opt for the 6.0L V-8 – the segment’s most powerful V-8. It delivers 323 horsepower (241 kW) and 373 lb.-ft. of torque (505 Nm), and for 2011 features a fast-idle option, making it easier to run a host of accessories while idling at a worksite.

The 4.8L, 5.3L and 6.0L engines are part of GM’s Gen IV small-block V-8 engine family. Designed for quiet operation, these engines include:

  • Special friction-reducing polymer coating on piston skirts
  • Full-floating piston pins
  • Damping patch on the oil pan (externally mounted)
  • Timing chain tensioner
  • Quieter alternator.

Strong engine cradles and mounting systems complement the quiet features of the engine. These systems help reduce vibrations transmitted through the chassis that vehicle passengers would otherwise feel.

Backing the engines’ quietness is the assurance of long-lasting performance. The engine family was validated under extreme conditions, with the 6.0L engine dynamometer-tested to the equivalent of 322,000 kilometres (200,000 miles) – 80,000 kilometres (50,000 miles) more than other engines in the family. The engines also feature many long-life engine components that can reduce maintenance intervals and costs. The iridium-tip spark plugs, engine coolant, accessory drive belt and sealing gaskets are some of these items.

Some of the stringent durability testing included cycling engines between the peak torque and peak horsepower rpm points – the equivalent of towing a heavy trailer up a steep grade – for 600 straight hours.

The Gen IV V-8 is also engineered to meet stringent emissions standards. In fact, compared to truck engines of a decade ago, the Gen IV engine family is approximately 90-per cent cleaner. Cast iron exhaust manifolds matched with dual close-coupled catalytic converters help reduce cold-start emissions, which is the largest source of vehicle emissions.

Savana is equipped with a host of safety features, including head curtain side air bags. They’re standard on all passenger vans, available on cargo vans and provide a higher level of protection in the event of a side impact or a vehicle rollover. Also standard on 12- and 15-passenger models is Enhanced Technology Glass (ETG) for superior occupant retention.

  • StabiliTrak® – standard on all Savana passenger and cargo models
  • Tire pressure monitoring system – standard on all cargo and passenger models
  • Flat and convex exterior mirrors for a wider field of vision – standard on all cargo and passenger models
  • Lap and shoulder belts for the centre seats – standard on all passenger models
  • Four-wheel anti-lock disc brake system with Hydroboost – standard on all Savana models
  • Dynamic rear proportioning – standard on all Savana models
  • Driver and front passenger air bags – standard on all Savana models
  • Daytime Running Lamps – standard on all Savana models.

Savana is available in regular (3,429-mm / 135-inch) and extended (3,937-mm / 155-inch) wheelbase lengths, and can accommodate eight, 12 or 15 people. Cargo vans, available in the same wheelbase lengths, offer seating for two. The cutaways, which can be converted to various commercial, school bus and RV requirements, are available in 3,531-mm (139-inch), 4,039-mm (159-inch) and 4,496-mm (177-inch) wheelbase lengths.

The 1500 Series vans include light-duty models rated at 3,311 kg (7,300 lbs) GVWR. The 2500 Series includes heavy-duty models rated at 3,901 kg (8,600 lbs) GVWR. The heavy-duty 3500 Series includes full-bodied cargo/passenger vans rated at 4,354 kg (9,600 lbs) GVWR with the 6.0L gas V-8 and 4,490 kg (9,900 lbs) with the new Duramax 6.6L diesel. Commercial and RV cutaway chassis feature GVWR ratings of 4,490-6,441 kg (9,900-14,200 lbs).

Stable handling, precise steering, superior ride motion control and balance – as well as a quiet, isolated driving experience – are hallmarks of this vehicle. The frame features fully boxed sections for superior strength and rigidity, while extended and tapered front frame rails are used for improved crashworthiness. Also, additional tubular frame cross members are used to increase torsional stiffness.

GMC offers premium engineering and superior capability in its versatile lineup of fuel-efficient trucks and crossovers. The GMC Terrain offers segment leading highway fuel consumption, along with the versatility and performance that have defined GMC for more than a century. Complementing the Terrain is the Acadia eight-passenger crossover, a confident family of Yukon SUVs and versatile lineup of Sierra pickups. Details on all GMC models are available at www.gm.ca .



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