The NV carries over unchanged for the 2020 model year. For 2019, both the cargo and passenger variants were updated with a 7-in infotainment system with USB and aux ports along with Bluetooth connectivity. On cargo vans, the Backdoor Glass package was made available on S and SV V8 models. See the 2020 Nissan NV models for sale near you
When it comes to configuration, you know your needs better than we do, so we aren't going to tell you to buy a high roof over a low roof or a passenger van over a cargo van. Regardless of whether you'll be hauling people or things, though, we do think the most compelling thing about the NV is that it's available with Nissan's potent 5.6-liter V8, which sets it apart from the rest of the segment. Additionally, the NV has been on sale largely unchanged since the 2012 model year, meaning that most buyers should find it to be reliable and dependable. Otherwise, the NV competes primarily on price, as competitors like the Ford Transit and Mercedes-Benz Sprinter have both surpassed it in terms of modernity, safety and available technology. Find a Nissan NV for sale
The 2020 Nissan NV comes in both commercial and passenger models, with two roof heights and three available trim levels: S, SV and SL.
The NV 1500 S V6 ($31,285) includes a V6 engine, 17-in steel wheels, power windows, power door locks, keyless entry, cruise control, a single sliding right-hand door, integrated roof-rack mounting points, a 7-in display audio AM/FM stereo with USB and auxiliary inputs, a rear backup camera, Bluetooth for phone and music streaming, two speakers and 12 cargo-area mounting points in the floor and an additional 24 cargo-area mounting points on the side walls.
The NV 1500 SV V6 ($32,275) adds 17-in styled steel wheels, a 4-speaker stereo, power mirrors, steering-wheel audio controls and rear sonar assist.
The NV 2500 S V6 ($32,185) features the same equipment as the 1500 but in half-ton configuration.
The NV 2500 SV V6 ($33,175) includes the same equipment as the 1500 SV plus a center console with lockable storage, two additional cup holders and a sliding table. High-roof models get an overhead console, while heated side mirrors are standard on models equipped with the V8 engine. The NV 2500 with the upgraded V8 engine costs $34,775.
The NV 3500 S ($35,485) features the same equipment as the 1500 but in 1-ton configuration and with the V8 engine.
The NV 3500 SV ($36,475) includes all the same equipment as the 2500 SV but includes a standard V8 engine.
The NV 3500 SL ($37,555) adds chrome for the bumpers, grille, door handles and mirror caps, chrome-clad wheels, an 8-way power driver's seat, a security system and first-row side and roof-mounted curtain supplemental side-impact airbags for front-outboard occupant head protection (includes rollover sensor).
The NV 3500 S Passenger ($37,505) has power mirrors, power windows, power door locks, remote keyless entry, cruise control, side privacy glass with manual flip-out venting, 12-passenger seating, Bluetooth, second- and third-row 65/35-split bench seating, fourth-row 50/50-split bench seating and ceiling-mounted side airbags covering all four rows.
The NV 3500 SV Passenger ($39,455) adds 17-in chrome-clad wheels, an 8-way power driver's seat with lumbar support, full carpeting, 6-speaker audio, steering-wheel-mounted audio controls, a center console, rear map lights, two 120-volt outlets and the rear sonar system.
The NV 3500 SL Passenger ($44,255) adds the V8 engine, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, fog lights, leather seating, heated front seats, dual-zone automatic temperature control, an autodimming rearview mirror with a compass, navigation with NissanConnect mobile apps and a 5.8-in touchscreen and front-sonar assist.
The high-roof version -- available in either 2500 or 3500 guise -- comes at a $2,150 premium, while the V8 effectively adds $1,600 to the NV's price.
Also offered on SV and SL trims is an available Navigation package that adds a 5.8-in touchscreen navigation system with NissanConnect mobile apps. Other options include rear-door glass and various dealer-installed cargo-management accessory packages.
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|Drivetrain||5 Years/100,000 Miles|
|Corrosion||5 Years/Unlimited Miles|
|Roadside Assistance||5 Years/60,000 Miles|
2019 Ram ProMaster -- Unlike the other full-size vans on sale today, the ProMaster is based on the European-market Fiat Ducato, and thus uses a front-wheel drive (FWD) platform. While somewhat unconventional, the ProMaster manages to be a little easier to drive than the competition without sacrificing much with regard to capability.
2020 Ford Transit -- The Transit is more modern than the NV and therefore offers more modern powertrains -- including a turbocharged V6 engine -- and newer technology, like Ford's great infotainment system complete with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration, and active safety features like adaptive cruise control, automatic emergency braking and more.
2020 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter -- The Sprinter was all-new for the 2019 model year and brought with it a number of improvements with regard to safety and technology, not to mention functionality improvements geared specifically toward its intended customer base. Gas and diesel powertrains are available, as is AWD.
2020 Chevrolet Express Van -- On sale basically unchanged since way back in 2005, the Chevrolet Express uses an old-school body-on-frame architecture and a V8 engine, although these components are nowhere near as modern as what you'll find in the NV. The Express should appeal only to the most price-conscious of shoppers.