No way Chevrolet and Chrysler were going to let Ford have the compact van market all to itself with the Transit Connect. In the case of Chevrolet, the response to Ford’s successful little van-let is the 2015 Chevrolet City Express. Like its Dearborn competitor, the City Express is nicely sized for urban-based service businesses or any other light-duty oriented activities really.
With its customizable interior, the Chevrolet is perfect for hauling medium-sized loads and a worker, while remaining nice and agile for dealing with the vagaries encountered while negotiating crowded city streets. The City Express also returns good fuel economy when operated in stop and go traffic.
By the way, if you’re looking at the Chevrolet compact van with something of a “Hey, haven’t I seen you before?” expression, you have. GM rebadged the Nissan NV200 to get the subject of this 2015 Chevrolet City Express Road Test Review into the game.