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post #1 of 7 Old 07-30-2014, 06:27 PM Thread Starter
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City Express Changes Throughout Production Cycle: What do you want?

Throughout the many years it will be in production, what are some changes, upgrades and new things would you like to see done to the City Express?



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I think it would be cool to get an EV version of the Express since the NV has one.

Other than that, a lot of stuff is already offered as an option or accessory. So I'm not sure.



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You guys are funny, its not even here yet and you know how it should be changed
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it doesn't hurt to think ahead



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Any changes that would be made should really be trying to improve on the Express so that it can better take on Ford. Where does Ford outdo the City Express? That would be where I start.



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Any changes that would be made should really be trying to improve on the Express so that it can better take on Ford. Where does Ford outdo the City Express? That would be where I start.
That it should, something I hope they're looking into, but Ford is tough.



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What you guys are forgetting is that Chevrolet has next to no design or engineering input on the City Express. They purchase them from Nissan with Bowties on them, that is it..
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