Chevrolet City Express

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2018 Chevrolet City Express

For 2018, the City Express gains new standard features including a rearview camera and Bluetooth hands-free phone connectivity.

2017 Chevrolet City Express

For 2017, Chevrolet has shuffled some of the 1LS’s optional equipment requiring customers who want Bluetooth connectivity to opt for a larger group of options including cruise control, rear privacy glass and rear-park assist.

About Chevrolet City Express

Although not as sophisticated or versatile as the Ford Transit Connect and Ram ProMaster City, the 2018 Chevrolet City Express van offers the compact size and good fuel economy required of a small, nimble urban-delivery vehicle. The City Express isn’t really a GM product but instead a rebadged Nissan NV200, a fact that may serve as an enticement for those who still think foreign products are more reliable than their domestic counterparts. Unlike its Ford and Ram competitors, the Chevy City Express doesn’t offer a passenger version nor does it have as many upfitting options. However, the City Express does come with an attractive base price, a roomy cargo bay and tight turning radius, features at the top of most small-van buyer’s must-have list.

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