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By Cars.com Staff
August 9, 2013
The NV is Nissan's first attempt at gaining a share in the full-size commercial van category. Offered in either normal or high-top body styles, the NV is a new contestant in the class that's been dominated by Ford's E-Series and GM's Express and Safari commercial vans.
The Nissan NV is available in three versions: 1500, 2500HD and 3500HD.
Apart from being offered in cargo van spec, the NV 3500HD can be ordered as a standard-roof passenger van providing room for up to 12 passengers. New for 2014 All vehicles equipped with a V-8 engine now have an automatic transmission with Tow Mode, ClassIV receiver hitch, seven-pin connector pre-wiring, brake controller pre-wiring and heavy-duty battery as standard features. Exterior Highlights
High-top roof or standard roof styles
Sliding passenger side door and two rear doors that can swing open up to 243 degrees
Standard-roof NV models fit in most garages and through most drive-through lanes
Standard 17-inch steel wheels, available chrome and silver painted wheels (NV Passenger Van)
Available chrome bumper and side mirrors
Available privacy glass
Seats up to 12
Numerous storage spaces throughout interior
Boxed wheel wells
Rear-door storage compartment
Standard roof provides up to 234.1 cubic feet of cargo room; high roof offers 320.1 cubic feet
Heavy-duty waterproof vinyl seats
Seven available ceiling-mounted reading lights
Available heated leather seats (passenger van)
Available Fleet Tracker support service that can track stolen vehicles, among other services
Fits up to two 40-by-48-inch pallets (cargo van)
Six standard floor-mounted D-rings for securing cargo (cargo van)
Available Adrian Steel commercial shelving (cargo van)
Available cargo lighting with three dome lights (cargo van)
Available 12- and 120-volt outlets
Fold-flat passenger seat provides a desklike surface
Available cruise control
Available Bluetooth connectivity
Available touch-screen navigation/audio center with iPod integration, USB input and satellite radio
Under the Hood
Standard 261-horsepower, 4.0-liter V-6 engine on NV 1500 and 2500HD
Standard 317-hp, 5.6-liter V-8 on 3500HD, optional on 2500HD
Five-speed automatic transmission
Available towing kit for V-8-powered NV allows for trailering up to 9,500 pounds
Available towing kit for V-6-powered NV allows for trailering up to 7,000 pounds
Runs on regular gas
Four-wheel-disc antilock brakes
Electronic stability system
Available side-impact airbags
Available side curtain airbags
Available backup camera
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