Urban-bound service fleets look no further, GM’s newest cargo van is promised to be ready-made for city streets.
Debuted by GM this month, the 2015 Chevrolet City Express cargo van at the Chicago Auto Show. Set to release this fall, the City Express is modeled after the Nissan NV200 van with the design reworked to match the Chevy brand. Pricing will be released later this year, but the automaker has high hopes for the van’s impact on urban fleets.
Here are the specs: the van features 122.7 cubic feet of customizable cargo space and a turning diameter of 36.7 feet, as well as a multi-lead read suspension, 15 inch wheels and electric power steering.
GM fleet and commercial vice president, Ed Peper, says the City Express will provide “a smaller, more efficient choice for businesses that don’t need the cargo volume or other capabilities of a full-size van.”
H/T Fleet Owner