The 2016 Chevrolet City Express is a compact, which comes in two basic trim levels: LS and LT. Standard equipment on the Chevrolet City Express LS trim includes steel wheels 15-inches, 40/60-split rear cargo doors, sliding rear side doors, electric front windows, fabric and vinyl upholstery, a seat height adjustable driver, a fold-flat front passenger seat, just a tilt steering direction, air conditioning and a two speaker audio system with CD player and auxiliary jack. Cruise control is available as an option for the LS autonomous disposal.
2016 Chevrolet City Express Features
The 2016 Chevrolet City Express LT contains all the above plus Central, heated mirrors, remote control, an additional power 12 volt socket and rear rear parking sensors. Optional on both LS and LT models are two glass packages and styling package. Rear window glass packaging to add privacy for the windows and the passenger side, and a rear view mirror and rear window defogger.
The appearance package adds alloy wheels, a chrome grille and body-colored bumpers, mirrors and the door handles. For LT, the technology package adds a 5.8-inches touch screen (a system, Nissan, Chevrolet MyLink not), a navigation system, satellite radio, USB audio input, Bluetooth phone and audio connectivity and rearview camera.
2016 Chevrolet City Express Interior
As with most vans, 2016 Chevrolet City Express is designed with Housekeeping. There are plenty of lashing points and the LT trim level there is an additional 12-volt socket in the back. There are several standard integrated mounting points to allow the installation of racks and shelves.
The 2016 Chevrolet City Express front passenger seat has under a shelf, and the backrest can be folded to a larger load compartment or to serve flat worktable, are to follow either a laptop paperwork, or to grab a quick lunch. The steering wheel does not telescope, make it might difficult to find a comfortable seating position. But a nod to modern technology, the infotainment system of Nissan, which includes a 5.8-inches touch-friendly color screen available.
Load capacity in the 2016 Chevrolet City Express tops out at 122.7 cubic feet, the maximum payload of 1,500 pounds. For comparison, long wheelbase Ford Transit Connect 130.6 cubic feet of space and a payload of 1,620 pounds, while the Ram ProMaster City offers 131.7 cubic feet and a capacity 1883 pounds. Nissan NV200 is the same as the Chevrolet.
2016 Chevrolet City Express Engine
The 2016 Chevrolet City Express comes standard with a four-cylinder 2.0-liter that produces 131 horsepower and 139 lb-ft of torque. It is equipped with a continuously variable transmission (CVT), which drives the front wheels. The fuel consumption of the EPA estimated 25 mpg combined (24 city / 26 highway). In testing is zero based off to 60 mph in 10.0 seconds, the Nissan NV200 as City Express on. That’s quite a long time, even for a van. Maximum payload for the City Express is £ 1,500.
2016 Chevrolet City Express Safety
Standard safety equipment in the 2016 Chevrolet City Express includes anti-lock brakes (front disc / rear drum), traction and the stability control, side curtain airbags and side airbags front seats. Rear parking sensors and a rearview camera are optional. In testing, the Nissan NV200 as 2016 Chevrolet City Express is based came to a halt from 60 mph in 138 feet, that is the log distance.