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Nissan 2018 NV Cargo Vans offered in range of models and grade levels

February 8, 2018 | By Anthony Capkun

February 8, 2018 – The 2018 Nissan NV Cargo Van promises exceptional utility thanks to a long, wide cargo floor, square-top wheelwell housings and nearly vertical sidewalls, creating enough room to fit two 40 x 48-.in pallets, 10-ft piping or 4×8-ft drywall sheets. The sidewalls also accommodate aftermarket storage systems without excessive modification.

The NV Cargo is offered in three models: V6-equipped NV1500; NV2500 HD (offered with V6 and V8 engines); and the NV3500 HD with a standard V8. All three models are available with the Standard Roof, while the High Roof body is offered in the NV2500 HD and NV3500 HD models only.

Three grade levels are also available: S, SV and SL. Standard features in the SV grade include cruise control, two additional audio speakers, power windows and door locks, remote keyless entry, rear cargo mat, centre console with sliding table and lockable storage (2500/3500 series only), rear sonar and more.

For the 2018 model year, all NV Cargo grades come equipped with standard RearView Monitor, 5-in. colour display audio (5.8-in. standard on SL grade), Bluetooth hands-free phone system, via Bluetooth, hands-free Text Messaging Assistant and USB connection port.


The Nissan NV Cargo offers an array of storage pockets, spaces and compartments to provide secure access to the typical commercial customers’ everyday objects. The available lockable centre console (removable) fits hanging files and laptop computers, and includes a computer or mobile phone charging point, as well as a lid that slides forward to provide a usable work surface.

The cargo area also features standard “upfitter pre-wiring” for easy access into the electrical system, wide-coverage cargo area lighting and available power outlets, including available 3-prong 120V outlet in centre console and D-pillar locations.

All NV Cargo models feature bumper-to-bumper coverage of 5 years/100,000 miles, whichever comes first.

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