2015 Nissan NV200

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2015 Nissan NV200
2015 Nissan NV200

Key specs

Base trim shown

Cargo Van

Body style


Combined MPG


Seating capacity

186.3” x 73.7”


Front-wheel drive



The good:

  • Cargo room and utility
  • Storage areas
  • Side curtain airbags

The bad:

  • Backup camera not standard
  • Full payload may tax powertrain

2 trims

Starting msrp listed lowest to highest price

  • S


  • SV


Wondering which trim is right for you?

Our 2015 Nissan NV200 trim comparison will help you decide.

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Notable features

  • Compact cargo van
  • 60/40-split rear doors
  • Built-in attachment points for racks and shelves
  • 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine
  • 1,500-pound payload capacity

2015 Nissan NV200 review: Our expert's take

What Is the 2015 Nissan NV200?

The 2015 Nissan NV200 is a compact cargo van that competes with the Ford Transit Connect and Ram Cargo Van. It is offered in S and SV trim levels. The larger Nissan NV1500, NV2500 and NV3500 are covered separately on Cars.com.

What's New on the 2015 Nissan NV200?

For 2015, the Nissan NV200 gets a new wide-angle convex spotter mirror view as well as a new transmission and a revised alternator. New optional features include an updated NissanConnect multimedia system, rear sonar and a glass package for the sliding doors.

How Does the 2015 Nissan NV200 Compare to Other Compact Cargo Vans?

While it doesn't exactly stand out, the 2015 Nissan NV200 is noticeably more stylish than the Ford Transit Connect. Unfortunately, that's the only area in which it truly outshines its strongest competitor.

The NV200's 131-horsepower engine is not as powerful as the Transit Connect's standard 169-hp offering, and you can tell the difference, especially when the vehicle is loaded with cargo. Moreover, the NV200 doesn't offer a more powerful option, while the Transit Connect can be had with a 173-hp, turbocharged four-cylinder engine. And while the 2015 NV200's efficiency ratings come in at a respectable EPA-estimated 24/25/24 mpg city/highway/combined, its highway mileage falls behind that of both the 2015 Transit Connect's base (21/29/24) and optional (22/30/25) engines.

Unlike the Ford Transit Connect, the 2015 Nissan NV200 is not offered as a passenger wagon – it's cargo van or bust. This lack of choice extends to the model's size: While the Transit Connect is offered with 104.8- and 120.6-inch wheelbases, the NV200 is available only with a 115.2-inch wheelbase. The Nissan cargo van is also a bit narrower than its Ford counterpart, coming in at 68.1 inches versus 72.2.

The Nissan NV200 offers up to 122.7 cubic feet of cargo space, which is more than the short-wheelbase Transit Connect (105.9) but less than the long-wheelbase configuration (130.6). In terms of what it can do with that space, the NV200 can accommodate up to 1,500 pounds of payload, which is on par with many compact pickup trucks.

What Features in the 2015 Nissan NV200 Are Most Important?

Every 2015 NV200 is front-wheel drive and comes equipped with a 131-hp, 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine mated to a next-generation Xtronic continuously variable automatic transmission. Other standard drivetrain features include front disc brakes, rear drum brakes, electric-assist power steering, strut front suspension and leaf-spring rear suspension.

Significant standard features include 15-inch steel wheels, all-weather tires, 60/40-split rear doors that can open to 180-degree angles, dual sliding side doors, center console storage, front bucket seats, a flat-folding front passenger seat, power windows and mounting points in the cargo area to accommodate aftermarket shelving and racks. Notable optional features include glass windows for the rear doors, heated side mirrors, power door locks, a navigation system, cruise control, a 5.8-inch touchscreen and Bluetooth connectivity.

As required in all vehicles of this model year, the 2015 NV200 comes equipped with antilock brakes, front airbags and an electronic stability system. Every NV200 also has standard side-impact and side curtain airbags. A backup camera is optional.

Should I Buy the 2015 Nissan NV200?

The 2015 Nissan NV200 is spartan vehicle, and that's reflected in its interior appointments and tech – which look and feel like they're from a previous-generation Nissan – as well as in its price. The cost, of course, is a merit: This is a budget-friendly cargo van, and it performs its core functions well. But if you're willing and able to pay more for a more comfortable and more capable experience, you might want to consider the Ford Transit Connect.

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Consumer reviews

Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 3.7
  • Interior 4.0
  • Performance 3.5
  • Value 3.8
  • Exterior 4.0
  • Reliability 3.7

Most recent consumer reviews


Worse vehicle for rims and tires

I have had many problems when i hit a pothole. I usually lose the tire and the rim. The rims are the worst ones i have ever had on a vehicle. I have had my 2015 nissan nv200, for 4 years. I have had to replace 8 rims with tires. Buffalo,ny has potholes every winter. Never had so many problems . Will never buy a nissan nv200 again!!!!!!!!!!


cvt transmission failure

transmission failed only after 40k milleages. out of lock no warranttee. I have to replace it for over $4000! you have to change transmission fluid more freqently than reguler cars.



Van just hit 105k miles and transmission failed. Dealership wants $4300 and I called Nissan corporation consumer affairs and they said I'm out of luck. They only warranty 100k miles I'm 5000 miles over. What a piece of garbage company that puts out a bad product. No one expects a transmission to fail right around the 100k miles mark. That is unacceptable.

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New car and Certified Pre-Owned programs by Nissan Certified Select
New car program benefits
60 months/100,000 miles
60 months/unlimited distance
60 months/100,000 miles
Roadside assistance
60 months/60,000 miles
Certified Pre-Owned program benefits
Maximum age/mileage
Nissan and non-Nissan vehicles less than 10 years old and less than 100,000 miles. (Nissan vehicles less than 6 years from original new car in-service date must have more than 60,000 to qualify for Certified Select.)
6 months/6,000 miles from date of sale
Dealer certification required
84-point inspection
Roadside assistance
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