The US version is getting a raft of new equipment for the 2017 model year in order to make it more interesting among the choices in the crowded small cargo van segment.
The NV 200 Compact Cargo S can be had from $21, 230 while the more upscale NV 200 SV will set anyone back at least $22, 130 – with the entry-level version now available with power door locks and hill start assist. The other trim level has new additions such as full wheel covers, chrome on the grille, body-colored front and rear bumpers, outside mirrors, and rear license plate finisher. Fresh for the 2017 model year is the new Sliding Door Glass Package, which has ire mesh for the passenger side sliding door glass and back door glass, rear window defroster, and an interior rearview mirror.
The powertrain is making it a sensible choice in the crowded urban areas – 2.0-liter engine packing 131 horsepower and a Xtronic continuously variable transmission granting it an EPA rating of 24 mpg city, 26 mpg highway, and 25 mpg combined – to complement the 122.7 cu. ft. (3,474.4 l) of maximum cargo space. Optional amenities include Bluetooth with audio streaming function, USB input, Sirius XM satellite radio, rearview camera, satellite navigation, and a 5.8-inch infotainment system with Nissan Voice Recognition.