The NV200 gets some subtle but welcome enhancements for 2020. There's a new 7-in touchscreen infotainment system with standard Sirius Satellite Radio, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility. The base NV200 S now comes standard with a body-colored front bumper. Finally, six wall-mounted D-ring tie-down points and three ceiling-mounted cargo lamps are standard for the cargo area as well. See the 2020 Nissan NV200 models for sale near you
The NV200 is a no-frills work van. Its passenger-car roots make it great for city driving with regard to both maneuverability and fuel economy. While it won't be appropriate for heavy-duty applications (Nissan offers the full-size NV to fill that role), the NV is great for making short-distance deliveries and getting goods from point A to point B. While it's a pretty humble little van, the NV's low price and class-leading warranty set it apart. Also, the new addition of Android Auto and Apple CarPlay for 2020 means employees and delivery drivers can port navigation directions from their phone straight to the vehicle's infotainment screen. The NV's two available trim levels are separated by just $1,000, so it's up to you to determine if the added features of the SV are worth the extra coin over the basic S trim. We're inclined to say they are. Find a Nissan NV200 for sale
The 2020 Nissan NV200 is available in two different trim levels: S and SV.
The S trim ($23,725) comes standard with 15-in steel wheels, cloth upholstery with vinyl wear patches, adjustable driver lumbar support, power windows, power door locks, hill-start assist, a 12-volt outlet in the center console, a trip computer, a fold-down passenger seat with a seatback tray table, Nissan's mobile-office center console (which includes laptop and hanging file-folder storage, a pen/pencil tray, a CD holder and dual cup holders), 60/40-split rear cargo doors that open up to 180 degrees, 20 interior cargo mounting points, six exterior roof rack mounting points, a rearview camera and that new 7.0-in touchscreen infotainment system with Sirius XM radio capability and Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility.
The SV ($24,725) adds power-heated mirrors, power locks, keyless entry, cruise control and an additional 12-volt power point.
Options available for the NV200 include NissanConnect with navigation, rear sonar parking assist, cruise control, and glass windows for the rear and side doors.
The NV200's standard dual-sliding side doors make the cargo area accessible from either side of the vehicle. The vehicle's rear barn doors are split 60/40, with the wider door on the curb side to ease loading and unloading. Both doors open up to 180 degrees so they won't get in the way. A 90-degree detent is also provided.
Nissan's compact van owes its cargo capacity of 122.7 cu ft. to the unique extended body for North American models. Elsewhere in the world, the NV200 is 7.9 inches shorter. By comparison, the Ford Transit Connect long wheelbase model offers 149 cu ft. and the RAM ProMaster City offers 131.7 cu ft. of cargo space. Nissan estimates payload for the NV200 at 1,480 pounds.
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2020 Ford Transit Connect -- The similar Transit Connect can haul more cargo than the NV200 and it offers more power and more configurations, including a passenger van version. The NV200, however, is less expensive.
2020 Ram ProMaster City -- The ProMaster City has more power and can be configured as a passenger van as well. The ProMaster City costs more than the NV200 but the Nissan has better city fuel-economy figures.
2020 Nissan Frontier -- The Frontier is super old but it's also the least expensive pickup on the market. Compared to the NV, the Frontier offers greater capability, added power and more features. If you're considering the NV but thinking that a pickup could make sense for your needs as well, the Frontier is the most economical truck there is.