Chevrolet Express sales increased 47 percent to 22,543 units in the fourth quarter of 2018, a healthy growth rate for a commercial van that’s over two decades old. So in what could be a way to fend off rivals with newer product in the highly-competitive commercial van segment, a new Chevrolet discount reduces the price of both Express Cargo and Passenger models by over $3,500 in February 2019.
Nationwide Chevrolet discounts on the Express for February 2019 are as follows:
- 2019 Express Passenger: $3,500 customer cash
- 2019 Express Cargo 2500: $3,500 customer cash
- 2019 Express Cargo 3500: $3,500 customer cash
- 2018 Express Passenger: $3,500 customer cash
- 2018 Express Cargo 2500: $3,500 customer cash
- 2018 Express Cargo 3500: $3,500 customer cash
For reference, here are the 2018 and 2019 Express trim levels and their corresponding starting MSRPs:
- LS – $36,095
- LT – $36,095
- WT – $33,095
- LS – $34,710
- LT – $34,710
- WT – $32,490
The $3,500 Chevrolet discount as it applies to a 2019 Express Passenger LT model with an MSRP of $36,095 brings the starting price of said model to just $32,595, which is almost as affordable as a regularly-priced 2018 Express Cargo WT model. Meanwhile, the $3,500 Chevrolet discount brings the starting price of the 2018 Express to $28,990.
- Must take delivery by February 28, 2019.
- See dealer for details.
- Incentive for the United States of America, unless otherwise specified.
- Some customers may not qualify for this offer.
- Offer not available with special finance, lease, and some other offers.
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About Chevrolet Express
The Chevrolet Express is a line of full-size vans offered in cargo, passenger, and cutaway configurations. It slots above the Chevrolet City Express compact van, which was sourced from Nissan but has been discontinued after the 2018 model year.
The first-generation Express ran from the 1996-2002 model years and was based on the GMT 600 platform. In 2003, an updated model was launched on what is known as the GMT 610 platform. This updated model remains on sale today, albeit the range has undergone a few updates to powertrain and minor styling changes. The Express also has a GMC-badged twin - the GMC Savana.
It is currently unclear whether or when General Motors will overhaul the Express, which is showing its age. The 2019 model year will represent its 17th year on the market.
Sold primarily to fleet customers, the Chevrolet Express is built primarily at the GM Wentzville factory in Missouri operated by GM USA. In early 2017, Navistar began contract assembly of the Express cutaway in its factory in Springfield, Ohio, as part of GM's plan to boost the model's production and supply.
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