The Chevrolet Uplander was a minivan manufactured and marketed by Chevrolet for model years 2005–2009, replacing the Venture.
Initially marketed alongside the Venture and Astro, the Uplander and its rebadged variants, the Saturn Relay, Buick Terraza, and Pontiac Montana SV6, were manufactured at GM's Doraville Assembly. However, due to low sales, it was discontinued in 2008 and General Motors exited the minivan market. Production ended in September 2008 as well as the closure of the Doraville Assembly plant.
The Uplander was marketed in the United States, Canada, Chile, Mexico, mainland Europe and the Middle East.