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GM Details 2015 Chevrolet City Express Powertrain and Features

May 14, 2013

The 2015 Chevrolet City Express cargo van is slated to go on sale in fall 2014. Photo courtesy GM.
The 2015 Chevrolet City Express cargo van is slated to go on sale in fall 2014. Photo courtesy GM.

General Motors provided more details on its upcoming 2015 Chevrolet City Express cargo van, which the automaker is sourcing from Nissan. The vehicle will come in two trim levels, LS and LT, according to GM. It will feature a 2.0L DOHC four-cylinder engine matched with a continuously variable transmission. The engine can produce 131 hp and 139 lb. ft. of torque, according to GM. The Chevrolet City Express also provides 122.7 cu. ft. of cargo space. The 2015 Chevrolet City Express will also qualify for the automaker’s Business Choice program, according to GM.

Select features on the LS include four-wheel antilock brakes; 15-inch steel wheels with 185/60R15 tires; 40/60 split rear cargo doors (with a 180-degree max opening); and Electronic stability Control. Others include a gray cloth interior with vinyl bolster wear patches; a fold down passenger seat with a seat back tray table; a center console with storage for file folders, a laptop, and more; an upper dashboard-mounted storage bin; 20 integrated interior reinforced cargo mounting points; six exterior roof rack mounting points; and six standard air bags.

GM said the LT model comes with these additional features: power heated outside mirrors; power door locks with an auto locking feature; remote keyless entry; and cruise control with steering wheel mounted controls.

The automaker said a gray cloth interior is standard. The vehicle also features a fold down passenger seat with a seat back tray table; a center console with storage for file folders, a laptop, and more; and an upper dashboard mounted storage bin. Photo courtesy GM.
The automaker said a gray cloth interior is standard. The vehicle also features a fold down passenger seat with a seat back tray table; a center console with storage for file folders, a laptop, and more; and an upper dashboard mounted storage bin. Photo courtesy GM.

The automaker plans to provide a number of packages and said the vehicle will be ready for upfit. It features weld nuts for attaching bins, D-Rings affixed to the floor that allow users to secure cargo, and standard dual sliding doors that allow access to the cargo area from either side of the vehicle. It also offers a range of window configuration options, a standard full-size spare tire, two different wheels with three different looks, spotter side mirrors, and two packages, Technology and Appearance.

The Technology package features a navigation radio system, steering wheel audio controls, USB input, a rear view camera, XM Radio, and Bluetooth. The Appearance package features body color bumpers, mirrors, door handles, and a chrome grill with black accents.

For more information, visit www.gmfleet.com.

The cargo area provides 122 cu. ft. of space, according to GM. Photo courtesy GM.
The cargo area provides 122 cu. ft. of space, according to GM. Photo courtesy GM.
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