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City Express Overview

About as close as we've gotten to a review as of yet. Although I guess realistically there is not much doing between the City Express and the NV200....

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The 2015 Chevy City Express is Chevrolet’s all-new commercial van, offering business a new option in the cargo van segment. The City Express is built on a car platform – having a footprint similar to that of the Chevy Cruze, the new van offers more agility and better fuel efficiency than larger, truck-based vans.
All well and good but can it really take the fight to anything else in segment significantly?

http://thenewswheel.com/2015-chevy-c...ress-overview/
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I would like to see how it will do when compared to the ram promaster city.



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The link to that review isn't working for me. Is it working for other people?

Agility is definitely a good thing when it comes to work vans. When you have to deliver to a tight space or something, it can become a lot more about how maneuverable the van is instead of how much it can carry.



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The link to that review isn't working for me. Is it working for other people?

Agility is definitely a good thing when it comes to work vans. When you have to deliver to a tight space or something, it can become a lot more about how maneuverable the van is instead of how much it can carry.
that has me thinking if they need to start making 4 wheel turning an option .



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