The range of GMC Savana Passenger Van models offers two trims, namely LS and LT, available in two body styles, Regular Wheelbase, and an Extended Wheelbase. All models share the same mechanical specifications, with a 4.3-liter V6 gas engine being standard and a 6.6-liter V8 engine being optional. The 2.8-liter turbocharged inline-four diesel engine is dropped this year.
The 2500 models are the only ones available only with the shorter body on the regular wheelbase, while the 3500 models are available in either regular or extended versions. Standard equipment on LS trim levels includes a backup camera, six airbags, and air conditioning. They offer seating for 12 passengers. LT trims additionally get chrome bumpers, cruise control, and cloth bucket seats. 2500 models have a GVWR of 8,600 lbs and the number for 3500 models is 9,900 lbs. All models are equipped with the same MP3/radio audio system with a standard 4G Wi-Fi hotspot and optional SiriusXM radio.
Despite all the GMC Savana Passenger Van trims being more expensive this year, no additional standard equipment is fitted and you still have to opt in the features you want via the various extras and package options. The 2500 LS is available with a list of optional features as part of a variety of packages that contain different combinations of them. Features include SiriusXM, a one-year OnStar Vehicle Insights subscription, an MP3 player, a USB port, Bluetooth audio streaming, the 6.6-liter V8 engine, a tilting steering wheel, cruise control, remote start, remote keyless entry, a trailer hitch, and a leather-trimmed steering wheel. Depending on which combination package you choose, you can pay anything from $395 to $3,105 for it. Some of these aren't offered on LT trims because they already have some of these features, but others aren't available at all due to supply-chain issues, so check very carefully what you actually have access to on your chosen trim.