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City Express OEM cargo shelf and desk on seat

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The rest of the Jalopnik crew made fun of me for going gaga over the 2015 Chevrolet City Express van's cargo management features. Whatever, I say OEM cargo shelves are kickass and I don't care who knows it.

I also love the flat surface attached to the back of the passenger seat. The seat folds forward to make a desk when the front right seat isn't occupied. Why haven't I seen that in a van before?

The rest of the tidy little van's 122.7 cubic-foot cargo area is decked out with tie-down points. But the floor's pretty flat, and the wheel wells are wide enough to accommodate a standard 48" pallet.


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Chevrolet and Adrian Steel® have teamed together to create an available custom storage system to specifically fit the Chevrolet City Express and the needs of your business. These vocational storage bins provide a wide array of solid solutions, while an available partition helps to keep cargo secure.

Mobile Office

You can do quite a bit with the City Express. You can also do a lot from within it. The fold-flat front passenger seat creates flat and uninterrupted workspace. Plus, the standard mobile office center console features laptop/hanging file folder storage, a stationery tray, dual cupholders, and an available 12-volt outlet on the LT model. In all, 13 storage spaces put managing your business well within reach.

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that is epic, never knew people used these as a remote office, just goes to show what's possible with these



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This is a great feature but I hardly think it is revolutionary to put a flat plastic surface on the back of a seat to turn it into a table. If that is innovation then this must be 1950.

Some of the other mobile office features are also pretty useful, but I hardly think that this sets it apart other work vans. Ooooo, a 12 volt plug. Nothing special really.



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This is a great feature but I hardly think it is revolutionary to put a flat plastic surface on the back of a seat to turn it into a table. If that is innovation then this must be 1950.

Some of the other mobile office features are also pretty useful, but I hardly think that this sets it apart other work vans. Ooooo, a 12 volt plug. Nothing special really.
that's what i was thinking but i guess they had some really good reasons to go through with this



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I just don't see why we are making a big deal about it. They put plastic on the back of a seat. Hardly innovation.

In fact, I bet there are other options that would be more convenient as a desk. That's the innovation that I want to see.



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probably some fold down or pop up table which would be cool.



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