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By Cars.com Staff
April 4, 2013
Nissan expands its range of business-oriented NV models with the debut of the NV200 compact cargo van. Available in the beginning of the 2013 calendar year, the NV200 is powered by a four-cylinder engine and has an estimated payload capacity of 1,500 pounds. Competitors include the Ford Transit Connect and Ram Cargo Van.
Exterior The NV200's front-end incorporates familiar Nissan styling cues like a mesh-style grille or an optional grille with chrome slats. The swept-back nose and raked windshield give the NV200 a unique appearance. Additional exterior features include:
Fifteen-inch steel wheels with all-season tires
Dual, sliding side doors
60/40-split rear doors that can open 180 degrees
Available heated side mirrors
Available glass windows in the rear doors
Interior The work-oriented interior features two front bucket seats that are finished in cloth with vinyl wear patches. A center console storage area can hold a laptop or hanging files, and the passenger seat can fold flat to be used as a makeshift table. The cargo area behind the seats measures 123 cubic feet. Additional interior features include:
Cargo-area mounting points for aftermarket racks and shelves
Available power door locks
Available cruise control
Available navigation system
Available Bluetooth connectivity
Under the Hood Power comes from a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that works with a continuously variable automatic transmission. Additional mechanical features include:
Strut front suspension, leaf spring rear suspension
Front disc brakes, rear drum brakes
Electric-assist power steering
Safety Safety features include:
Side curtain airbags
Electronic stability system
Available backup camera
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