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The 2016 Nissan NV200 looks small from the outside, but its interior loading space is incredibly spacious and packs a ton of cargo regardless of outward style. Assisted with the latest navigation and telematics system, drivers definitely benefit from modern conveniences without the distraction of full engagement. The highlight of this vehicle can be found in Nissan’s Xtronic Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT), which reduces fuel consumption and enhances highway performance.

The 2016 Nissan NV200 lacks in outward style, but absolutely excels in interior space and functionality. This bulky compact cargo doesn’t feature too many technological features, but boasts immense space and opportunities for organization and work efficiency. An added bonus is its fuel-efficient engine and low floor for easy loading. As it stands, the NV200 is clearly designed for commercial use and shines in this arena.

Function is valued over fashion for the NV200, which thus features exterior features that increase accessibility and ease when utilized for commercial use. This vehicle features dual sliding side doors and 60/40-split rear French doors that open 180 degrees for easy loading. LED headlights and taillights complete the front and rear ends, and the compact cargo is additionally offered in various colour schemes and styles to attract consumers.

The new NV200’s interior further emphasizes function over fashion by providing 122.7 cubic feet of volume in its cargo bay and a low, flat floor for easy loading. Inside walls are impressively lined with mounting points, racks and shelves for great storage, which further provide a sturdy cabin for heavy loading. The driver’s cabin is comfortably designed with two bucket seats and a right armrest for the driver’s seat, ensuring added comfort. The passenger seat further folds flat to create a desk or workbench. Technology is significantly lacking in this compact cargo, only holding an updated navigation and telematics system and sonar parking assistant system – both on a high-resolution display. A rearview camera is also included to assist the driver.

In terms of performance, this year’s Nissan NV200 is upgraded with a 3.1-litre four-cylinder engine, which produces 300 horsepower and 200 pound-feet of torque. More impressive, however, is the new version of Nissan’s Xtronic Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT), which reduces fuel consumption and enhances highway performance.

All in all, though the 2016 Nissan NV200 is a smaller vehicle overall, it is ultimately more fuel-efficient, holding a ton of cargo space. For the commercial consumer looking for a reliable and incredibly spacious transportation car, this compact cargo van might be the best fit.

2016 Nissan NV200
Reviewed by Unhaggle on July 10, 2015 .
Rating: 7.4 / 10

The engine of 2016 Nissan NV200 is 3.1 liter and four cylinder engine. This V6 engine has capacity to create maximum power. The second engine will be a diesel engine. We can expect the power generation equal to 300 horsepower and torque 200 lb/ft. This model will acquire the speed of 60 mph within few seconds. Hence, we can expect best performance on all types of road conditions.

The NV200's interior is more about function than fashion. Nissan's tidy hauler hides 122.7 cubic feet of volume in its cargo bay and boasts a low, flat floor that makes loading items – whether crafts, culinary items or even sports gear – a breeze. Payload maxes out at 1,480 pounds, below that of the Ford and Ram. As mentioned above, mounting points are many. Up front are two bucket seats, with the driver's seat offering a right armrest for added comfort. The passenger seat folds flat to create a desk or workbench. Audio and climate controls are simple but easy to use.

Standard safety features on the 2015 Nissan NV200 include antilock brakes (front disc/rear drum), stability control, traction control, full-length side curtain airbags and front-seat-mounted side airbags. A rearview camera and rear parking sensors are optional.