2015 Chevrolet City Express Starts Shipping to Dealers
Launch Includes $350 Upfit Credit
It may not be the sexiest or most glamorous model among Chevrolet’s truck, SUV, and commercial vehicle stable, but the Nissan NV200-based 2015 Chevrolet City Express is nonetheless an important addition to the brand’s lineup, giving them a competitor to the recently redesigned Ford Transit Connect and upcoming Ram ProMaster City. To sweeten the deal further for potential customers, Chevrolet is offering up to a $350 credit toward the purchase of upfit accessories to tailor the vehicle for the specific needs of their business. The upfit program ships the vehicle directly from the factory to the upfit center, so the final delivered vehicle is ready to go at the dealership.
The City Express is covered by Chevrolet Complete Care, which includes scheduled maintenance for the first two years or 24,000 miles, comes with five years or 100,000 miles of 24-hour roadside assistance. It also gets a five-year, 100,000-mile powertrain and three-year, 36,000-mile bumper-to-bumper warranty.
The City Express starts at $22,950, including $995 destination for the LS trim, and $24,510 for the LS model. For comparison, the suggested retail prices on the Nissan NV200 are $21,605 for the S trim and $21,710 for the SV trim. Both prices include $885 destination charge. The City Express is built at Nissan’s plant in Cuernavaca, Mexico, on the same assembly line as the mechanically identical NV200.
Source: General Motors