Chevy City Express vs. Nissan NV200 - Chevy City Express Forum
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post #1 of 20 Old 02-07-2014, 02:10 PM Thread Starter
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Chevy City Express vs. Nissan NV200

Let's compile all the differences between the two models in this thread.
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I believe the only difference is restyled front and rear end

And different badges

And obviously a slightly different interior.
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Are they going to be priced any differently? Is it really only aesthetics that will be the difference between the two vehicles?

I don't see how this makes sense from a business stand point for Nissan.
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seems like it so far, i actually like how the NV looks, it's different but a good different
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i am hoping the experss is lighter than the nv...
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i am hoping the experss is lighter than the nv...
Is that for any specific reason? Did you test drive the NV and felt it to be sluggish?
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Are there any other examples of one car company using another brand's vehicle and just slapping different badges on it? Particularly with brands that are competing with each other in the same markets?
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Are there any other examples of one car company using another brand's vehicle and just slapping different badges on it? Particularly with brands that are competing with each other in the same markets?
they're not cargo vans, but rather sports cars, the Scion FR-S and Subaru BRZ.
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Is that for any specific reason? Did you test drive the NV and felt it to be sluggish?
The NV seems pretty darn heavy from just reading the specs
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The NV seems pretty darn heavy from just reading the specs
Yeah it is.
I never driven the NV but so far I haven't heard many complains about it.
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