Chevrolet City Express Cargo Van Models and City Express Cargo Van History
Chevrolet rejoined the small van market in 2015 in order to serve a growing commercial vehicle segment in the United States. The Chevrolet City Express Cargo Van provides a smaller alternative to the large Express van. Beneath the Chevrolet bowtie badging, the City Express Cargo Van is based on the Nissan NV200. Commonalities between the City Express and the NV200 include the vehicle structure, the 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine and the continuously variable transmission. Featuring 122.7 cubic feet of cargo space, the Chevrolet City Express' interior includes a fold-down passenger seat able to serve as a table for the vehicle's operator. The interior cargo area inside the van features 20 integrated mounting points for versatility to accommodate various forms of commercial enterprises.
A full-sized cargo van that offers a whopping 300 cubic feet of storage space with a powerful engine and impressive towing capacity rivals other carmaker’s designs, even if the body design is a bit dated.