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}}Positioned in the middle of the full-size van category, the [[Chevrolet]] [[Chevrolet G-Series/Sportvan|Sportvan]] had long appealed to buyers who prized utility and dependability rather than styling. The Sportvan was equipped to seat up to 15 passengers, and was popular with shuttle services and van pools. Competitors in this niche consisted of its corporate twin [[GMC]] [[GMC Vandura/Savana|Vandura and Rally Wagon]], the [[Ford]] [[Ford Club Wagon/Econoline|Club Wagon]] and the [[Dodge Ram Van]].
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}}Positioned in the middle of the full-size van category, the Chevrolet Sportvan had long appealed to buyers who prized utility and dependability rather than styling. The Sportvan was equipped to seat up to 15 passengers, and was popular with shuttle services and van pools. Competitors in this niche consisted of its corporate twin [[GMC]] [[GMC Vandura/Savana|Vandura and Rally Wagon]], the [[Ford]] [[Ford Club Wagon/Econoline|Club Wagon]] and the [[Dodge Ram Van]].
   
 
==Year-to-year changes==
 
==Year-to-year changes==
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[[Category:Passenger minivans]]
 
[[Category:Passenger minivans]]
 
[[Category:12-passenger vehicles]]
 
[[Category:12-passenger vehicles]]
[[Category:6-cylinder vehicles]]
 
[[Category:8-cylinder vehicles]]
 
[[Category:Full-size cars]]
 
[[Category:Rear-wheel drive vehicles]]
 

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