Nissan unveiled the 2013 Nissan NV200 compact cargo vanearlier this month at the Chicago auto show. Even though the NV200 is already available in about 40 countries worldwide, this event is the van's first-ever North American debut. Not surprisingly, it took the city by storm.
Auto show spectators admired the new Nissan NV200's 2.0-liter engine with Nissan's continuously variable transmission (CVT). Identifying the NV200 as an efficient commuter, even before it entered the limelight last week, the NYC Taxi and Limo Commission decided on a passenger version of the cargo van as the Taxi of Tomorrow.
Two trims of the 2013 Nissan NV200 will be available in the US: the Nissan NV200 S and Nissan NV200 SV, both are just right for those businesses looking for a cargo van with 123 cubic feet of cargo space, a body length of roughly 15.5 feet, and a width of about 5 feet, five inches. The entry S offers a six-way adjustable driver's seat and center console designed to hold not only file folders, CDs, and beverages, but also a laptop. It also comes with additional organizational space in the center console; a 12V outlet in the instrument panel, and a convertible passenger seat that transforms from a seat to laptop.
Also want heated side rearview mirrors, power locks, keyless entry and other nice-to-haves? For you, there's the Nissan NV200 SV. And let us not forget, all models of the new NV200 come with available navigation, Bluetooth, Satellite radio, rearview mirror, among many other features.
Superior Nissan in Fayetteville is happy to say the that new Nissan NV200 will be available starting next spring. To learn more, contact us here. And be sure to stay tuned for more Nissan news, coming soon.
Need something larger than the forthcoming Nissan NV200? Remember the larger 2012 Nissan NV cargo van is available to businesses in the Fayetteville area now.