Nissan’s Commercial Vehicle Division has performed a series of modest revisions to the NV200, which is now available for order at dealers across the nation.
Carrying a manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $21,230, the vehicle adds standard power door locks and Hill Start Assist to the entry-level S grade, features that were previously available on SV models.
Speaking of which, the SV now features body-colored bumpers on both ends, side mirrors and rear license plate, along with the chrome grille and full wheel covers, for a price tag of $22,130. Additionally, the automaker has revised the Sliding Door Glass Package, which brings wire mesh to passenger side sliding door glass and back door glass, along with a rear window defroster and interior rearview mirror.
Available technology, includes a navigation system, a 5.8-inch touchscreen display, SiriusXM sat-radio, Traffic, and Travel Link, voice recognition, Bluetooth and USB connectivity, and hands-free text messaging among others.
Power is provided by the same 2.0-liter, four-cylinder engine, rated at 131 horsepower and matched with an updated Xtronic transmission. Fuel economy sits at 24/26/25 mpg (9.8/9.05/9.41 lt/100 km) in city/highway/combined.