Work Hard Like The Chevy Astro
The Chevrolet's Astro has an amazing pulling power of 5,500 lb. Now that is the strength of Chevy's Astro.
Introduced in 1985, Chevy's Astro is a multi-purpose van that effectively competed with rival Dodge's Plymouth Voyager and various van models of the Japanese manufacturer Toyata. It is a versatile van and could be used as a standard passenger van or a cargo van. The Astro is also used as the base for ‘converted vans' designed for a variety of uses. General Motor's Safari, a truck-based platform, is the sibling of the hardworking Astro.
Compared to Chrysler minivans, the Astro offers much room. General motors marketed this model using the tagline "life is too big for a minivan." Astro takes pride in accommodating large numbers of people MaxiCOM MK808TS, more than an ordinary car (up to eight (8) passengers). This makes the model ideal for a mini-school bus, tour van, or a family vacation companion.
The Chevy Astro is undoubtedly a durable model, just what hardworking people are looking for in a multi-purpose van. There is this story about one of the eight Special Edition Astro vans manufactured at the Arlington, Texas plant in 1986. According to Wikipedia, the unit spent 20 years in Belton, Texas and is now an ice cream van in Mexico. Uh! That ice man must be a proud owner of a Chevy Astro! He deserves a fine top grain black leather keychain sporting the Chevy Logo and the model name "Astro" Autel MK908.