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2017 Chevrolet City Express

MPG

City 24 MPG Hwy 26 MPG

Safety Rating

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Overall Rating:
4.3 (out of 5)
Value 4.7
Exterior 4.3
Interior 4.7
Comfort 4.3
Performance 4
Reliability 5
*****
Great van

by Bubba from California | January 22, 2018

Plenty of room to carry the grandkids and still room in the back for carrying things. Navigator 2.5 L engine, back up camera, towing package and great features throughout. It's like driving a luxury car. I love my 2017 transit connect van !

*****
Good fit

by Franknberi from Moore, OK | November 10, 2017

I was looking to down size from a full sized van. The City Express has proven so far to be a good choice.

***
on ramp speed

by deeznuts808 from baltimore, maryland | January 27, 2017

The car has a rough ride due to the live axle and has cheap plastics for an interior. The car has a lot of towing capacity and hauling capability but struggles getting onto on ramps when heavily loaded.

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2017 Chevrolet City Express Overview

New/Notable

For those who are looking for a work van but may not be in need of a full-size work van, the 2017 Chevrolet City Express is a smaller solution that is more suited for cities and urban environments.

The City Express is essentially a rebadged Nissan NV200 and it remains largely unchanged this year. There are only two seats up front, the rest of the City Express is left open for cargo and totals 122.7 cubic feet of storage space. Payload capacity is 1,500 pounds.

On the outside, sliding doors on both sides offer easy access to the cargo area. There are also six roof-rack mounting points for added storage capacity on top of the City Express. 15-inch steel wheels come standard, while alloy wheels, tinted rear glass, heated side mirrors, and rear parking sensors are optional.

Under the hood is a 131-hp, 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that is mated to a two-speed CVT developed by Nissan. The City Express is front-wheel drive, so don’t expect to be heading off the paved road. Fuel economy figures are pretty good considering this is a work van, with an estimated 24/26 mpg city/highway.

Inside, the cargo area also features six floor-mounted D-rings for securing payloads so they don’t move about the cabin. Cruise control, Bluetooth connectivity, a USB port, and a navigation system with a 5.8-inch touchscreen are all available.