24/26  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
9.8  Sec.
0-60 MPH
122.7  cu ft
Cargo Space

In March 2018, Chevy paused production of the City Express. While inventory is constrained, Husker Chevrolet offers multiple other new and used work vans for sale in Lincoln. The City Express will not return for the 2019 model year.

What's New for the 2018 Chevrolet City Express?

Little has changed in the 2018 Chevy City Express, which is just versatile, solid, and dependable as ever. Generous amounts of cargo space and cabin space are still hallmarks of the van that made it popular in the first place. Nothing has changed structurally, aesthetically, or mechanically on the City Express for 2018. However, it does get a boost of safety and technology with the addition of a standard rearview camera and Bluetooth connectivity. In past years, these features were offered standard on some models, and they were optional add-ons for others. In 2018, drivers have a choice of two trim levels, which are the 1LS Cargo Van and the 1LT Cargo Van. Both have front-wheel drive and get an average of 25MPG.

2018 Chevrolet City Express

Features and Trims

The base trim on the 2018 Chevy City Express is the 1LS. This van is powered by a 131HP, 2.0L, four-cylinder engine that runs on regular gasoline. The engine is paired with a two-speed continuously variable transmission (CVT) with overdrive. There are six color choices offered with this model, including black, dark red, silver, and yellow. A variety of interior and exterior features make the City Express appealing and functional. Chrome accents and optional body-colored mirrors create an attractive exterior on the City Express, while the split rear cargo door that swings outward makes it easy to haul heavy and oddly-sized items around. There are four passenger doors throughout the cabin, and the doors in the back row slide open for convenience. Air conditioning is standard in this trim, as is an integrated key and remote system. Plenty of storage is available between the glove box and back seat pockets. The 1LS has two front cupholders and a 112V power outlet. Cruise control and steering wheel-mounted controls are available. The second trim level is the 1LT, which adds a few more standard features and options. The rear and backseat doors slide open on this model too, but the 1LT has power-operated side mirrors instead of manually operated mirrors. The mirrors are also heated. The 1LT has a standard silver grille, while a chrome grille is a possible upgrade. The 1LT's bucket-style seats are made of cloth, and the driver's seat can move in six different ways. Heavy-duty protective floor mats are available. An AM/FM radio with a CD player is standard on this trim, and you can upgrade to SiriusXM satellite radio for a deeper and richer sound.

Chevrolet City Express Engine & Transmission

2018 Chevrolet City ExpressBoth trim levels of the City Express are powered by the same engine and transmission. The engine is a 2.0L liter engine that produces a maximum of 131HP at 5,200 RPM. The engine generates a maximum of 139LB-FT of torque at 4,900 RPRM. The fuel tank in the City Express holds 14.5 gallons, and the vehicle averages 24MPG in the city. The engine has 16 valves, which are evenly arranged in four cylinders. The City Express runs best on regular unleaded gasoline, and it is paired with an automatic continuously variable transmission. The City Express comes standard with front-wheel drive, and it is environmentally conscious with a designation as a low-emission vehicle. The City Express has 15-inch wheels, and it offers a smooth ride with independent front and rear suspension.

Safety Equipment

2018 Chevrolet City ExpressSix front and side passenger airbags, including dual-impact airbags in the front seat, protect the City Express's occupants in the event of a crash. The van's cabin also offers passengers protection in side crashes with reinforced impact bars around the cabin's doors. The driver and front-seat passenger get anti-whiplash head restraints and overhead curtain airbags. The Chevy Express has occupant-sensing airbags that are designed to deploy only when a passenger is detected. Daytime running lights are automatic features on both trim levels of the Chevy Express. An ABS braking system and electronic stability control are other notable safety features of the City Express, as is an ABS radio with four emergency channels.

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