2017 Chevrolet City Express Cargo Van ratings and reviews

The Chevrolet City Express Cargo Van has two trims: the LS, and the LT. Both the LS and the LT use FWD and are 115-inches in length. Likewise, both trims have a 2.0L four-cylinder engine which can produce 131 horsepower and 139 lb-ft of torque, which means that they can pull a load with ease even while carrying cargo in the interior. The LT trim is the more outfitted of the two, and offers options for heated mirrors, remote entry, GPS, a parking camera, parking sensors, and Bluetooth integration. Both levels of trim have the same passenger capacity, swing-out doors, vinyl upholstery, a tilting steering wheel, and a powerful audio system. Both trims also feature swing-out rear doors which adds to the carrying capacity of the van. With the very small wheel size, drivers won’t have a problem maneuvering the Chevrolet City Express Cargo Van into tight spaces.

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The Chevrolet City Express Cargo Van has two trims: the LS, and the LT. Both the LS and the LT use FWD and are 115-inches in length. Likewise, both trims have a 2.0L four-cylinder engine which can produce 131 horsepower and 139 lb-ft of torque, which means that they can pull a load with ease even while carrying cargo in the interior. The LT trim is the more outfitted of the two, and offers options for heated mirrors, remote entry, GPS, a parking camera, parking sensors, and Bluetooth integration. Both levels of trim have the same passenger capacity, swing-out doors, vinyl upholstery, a tilting steering wheel, and a powerful audio system. Both trims also feature swing-out rear doors which adds to the carrying capacity of the van. With the very small wheel size, drivers won’t have a problem maneuvering the Chevrolet City Express Cargo Van into tight spaces.
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