Chevrolet City Express owners manuals
- Offers less power and load space than competitors
- Interior elements feel low-quality and plain
- Needs a long way to stop in panic-braking conditions
- Excessive Tire Wear
- Fuel Gauge Not Running
The Chevrolet City Express was a badge-engineered Nissan NV200 for the North American markets built by the American carmaker Chevrolet. Chevrolet planned to target the automobile towards the business sector and would be positioned under its full-sized Express van. The van made its appearance in 2014 at the Chicago Auto Show and went on sale later that year.
Chevrolet abandoned sales on the City Express in 2018 and notified dealers to quickly stop taking orders, telling unexpected sales and non-compatibility with GM components.
The last Chevrolet City Express comes in two basic trim levels: LS and LT. It's equipped with a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that delivers 131 horsepower and 139 pound-feet of torque and is matched to a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) that drives the front wheels. The LS is reasonably equipped, while the LT includes a few extra useful options to make driving in the City Express easier.
Chevrolet City Express known problems
Some of the common problems or complaints owners have about the Chevrolet City Express are: