2014 Nissan NV Review
The 2014 Nissan NV is in its fourth year of production in the United States. It first debuted
in Japan and sold well enough that Nissan executives decided to sell the
vehicle on American soil. The NV now proudly stands as the premier
American work van. Nissan sells the NV in different styles, the NV
Cargo, the NV Compact Cargo, the NV 200 Taxi
and the NV Passenger.
The NV Cargo is by far the most popular style and it is the subject of
Nissan NV Background
The NV Cargo sells in three different trims, 1500, 2500 and 3500. The NV Cargo is a blue collar, large size work van that stands up to any task. The van is perfect for businesses and large families that need to move significant amounts of goods, cargo and passengers. This year’s NV Cargo comes with a few new additions like seven pin brake control, a new A/T towing mode and a rugged Class 4 receiver hitch.
Gentlemen, Pick Your Engines
The NV’s trims have different engines. The NV Cargo 1500 has the
smallest engine of all NV Cargos with a 6 cylinder that boasts 261
horsepower and 4.0 liters. This engine is paired with a 5 speed
automatic transmission. The NV 2500 offers buyers the choice of a 6 cylinder engine with 317 horsepower or an 8 cylinder engine. The 3500 trim carries the largest engine of NV Cargo trims with an 8 cylinder, 5.6 liter engine. The NV Cargo 3500 van can tow upwards of 1,500 pounds, has a tow rating of 9,500 pounds and a 3,925 pound payload capacity.
Amenities and Safeguards
Unlike many other work vans, the NV Cargo has plenty of bells and
whistles. It boasts luxuries like Bluetooth connectivity, cruise
control, satellite radio, climate control, a tilt steering wheel,
keyless entry and power windows, locks and doors. The van’s safeguards
include four wheel anti-lock brakes, seven pin brake control, electronic
stability control, drive line traction control, a systems monitor, a
rear view camera and a rear parking assist system.
The NV Cargo has ample interior space both in terms of the cabin and room for cargo. Up to a dozen people can sit inside of this work van, making it the ideal vehicle to carry a group of employees and their gear to work. Overall, there’s over 122 cubic feet of space inside. Business owners and handymen will be happy to know that the NV can be transitioned into a work space. Its middle and rear sections are so spacious that drivers can park or store the vehicle and set up sop by placing tables and work stations in the cargo area. The passenger seat can even be folded over into a makeshift table. Buyers can also pick from two roof styles that best fit their transportation needs and desires. The NV Cargo allows drivers to store smaller sized items in a large center console as well as several overhead storage compartments.
Drivers in the greater Massachusetts who are in the market for a new or used vehicle should visit with the professional sales staff at Nissan 24, located at 1016 Belmont St. in Brockton. Aside from the Nissan NV, Nissan 24 has new and pre-owned vehicles like the 370Z, Altima, Armada, Frontier, Juke, Leaf, Maxima, Rogue, Sentra, Titan, Versa, NV,
Pathfinder, Quest and Murano. Nissan 24 also has plenty of pre-owned
vehicles, many of which are under $10,000. Check out Nissan 24’s inventory online at
www.nissan24auto.com and be sure to take a
close look at the dealership’s vehicle specials as well.
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