Chevy City Express Gets A Single Change For 2017 Model Year2
The Chevrolet City Express van is getting just a single change for the 2017 model year. That change is related to the availability of hands-free Bluetooth connectivity. To get Bluetooth, customers will now need to order the following items:
- Cruise control
- Appearance Package, which includes:
- Body-color front and rear bumpers
- Body-color door handles
- Wheel covers
- Chrome grille with Black accents
- Deep tint rear door glass
- Deep tint rear door and passenger-side sliding door glass
- Rear Park Assist (on 1LS trim)
To note, the 2017 Chevy City Express will continue being available in the same two trim level models as the 2016 model:
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To note, the City Express was developed and is manufactured by Nissan, which sells the same vehicle as the NV200.
Following are GM’s official RPO-level changes to the 2017 Chevy City Express:
- (UPF) Bluetooth for phone now requires:
- (K34) cruise control
- (WBP) Appearance Package
- (ZW2) deep tint rear door glass
- (ZW3) deep tint rear door and passenger-side sliding door glass
- (UD7) Rear Park Assist on 1LS
Download the 2017 Chevrolet City Express order guide (PDF format).
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That is very strange. The title of the story is, “Chevy Express Gets a Single Change for 2017 Model Year”. And yet the only thing “Chevy” about it is the bowtie on the grill. I think the accurate title of the story is, “Nissan NV200, that GM Foolishly Thinks it can Meagerly Rebadge and Pass Off as One of its Own Creations, Gets a Single Change For 2017 Model Year”. Yes, that is much more accurate.
It’s Chevy “City Express”. City was omitted from the original title.