2016 Chevrolet City Express 1LS
- 24 City
- 26 Hwy
- Cargo3,474 L (123 cu.ft.)
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2016 Chevrolet City Express Buyer's Guide
The burgeoning compact work van market has a fresh offering in the form of the 2016 Chevrolet City Express. Introduced as a new model for the 2015 season, City Express slots into the Chevrolet lineup of commercial vehicles just below the highly vaunted Chevrolet Express full-size commercial van. With a desirable combination of maneuverability, flexibility, and cargo capacity, City Express, in many ways, is the answer to the question a lot of small business owners have been asking for quite some time. Delivering (no pun intended) much of the cargo hauling capability of its full-sized sibling, along with good fuel efficiency and easy handling around town, the 2016 Chevrolet City Express does an excellent job of getting a worker and medium-sized loads to job sites.
What makes it move?
Powering the 2016 Chevrolet City Express is a 2.0-liter inline four-cylinder engine with 131 horsepower and 139 ft-lbs of torque. The front-wheel drive powertrain uses a continuously variable transmission. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, fuel economy is rated at 24 miles per gallon in the city, 26 on the highway, and 25 mpg in combined city and highway driving. An electric power steering system helps boost the little Chevy’s fuel efficiency.
Why buy the 2016 Chevrolet City Express?
Regardless of its size, Chevrolet’s City Express is focused first and foremost upon utility. Capable of hauling a payload of 1,500 pounds and accommodating some 122.7 cubic feet of cargo, tie down points abound throughout its cargo hold. Further, a wide variety of pre-configured rack systems are offered to tailor the Chevrolet to the requirements of many different trades and services. The product planning team even thought to outfit the compact van with a 12V DC power port in the cargo area. You’ll find a hidden storage tray underneath the passenger seat, which also folds flat to become a table for your paperwork—or eating lunch on the go. Helping to pass the time between jobs is an optional 5.8-inch touchscreen for audio and navigation.