If this vehicle were in any other class, it would have been retired to the great car heaven, but seeing as the GMC Savana Cargo Van is simply a big box with wheels, it has managed to cling on and still enjoys decent sales to this day. From the outside-in, there is no hiding the fact that this cargo van is ancient. It drives like an old van and offers about as much in-car tech as a Saturn V rocket. More importantly, it fails to provide the same amount of cargo space as its more modern rivals that boast multiple body configurations, which is a crucial failing; after all, that’s its sole purpose. One of the Savana Cargo Van’s few redeeming features is its excellent range of engines, including a turbodiesel and large-capacity V8 motor. While the $32,000 starting price of the 2020 GMC Savana Cargo Van might seem appealing, competitors such as the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter and Ford Transit are infinitely better to live with daily. We’d suggest looking in that direction.