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2017 Nissan NV Cargo NV2500 HD Overview

James Flammang
Contributing Editor - December 19, 2016

Nissan continues to challenge the Big Three automakers’ dominance of the commercial vehicle market in the U.S. with the NV2500 HD, launched in 2011. Available in three trim levels and your choice of two roof heights, the NV2500 HD offers an affordable and versatile way to haul cargo. So, if you’re looking for a large commercial van with plenty of room and interior flexibility, the NV2500 HD might be worth considering. For lighter-duty work, Nissan offers the NV1500 Cargo van.

What's New for 2017

A powertrain revision is the foremost change for 2017. Nissan has introduced a 375-horsepower version of the 5.6-liter Endurance V8, generating 387 pound-feet of torque. At the same time, a new heavy-duty seven-speed automatic transmission has replaced the previous five-speed unit in V8 models. The standard engine remains a 4-liter V6, while the new V8 is an option for the NV2500 HD. It’s standard in the heavier-duty NV3500 HD.

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Choosing Your Nissan NV2500 HD

A 4-liter V6 that makes 261 horsepower and 281 pound-feet of torque remains the standard engine in all three trim levels. Newly optional is the 375-horsepower V8, which replaces the previous 317-horsepower engine. The V6 again mates with a five-speed automatic transmission, while the higher-output V8 works with a new seven-speed automatic. All NV2500 models have rear-wheel drive. The NV2500 HD is available as either a “standard roof” or “high roof” model in any of the three trim levels.


The base S van comes equipped with features like 17-inch steel wheels, 50/50-split rear cargo doors with 243-degree opening, a sliding side door on the passenger side, pre-wiring for electrical upfitting, and three cargo-area work lights. Also standard are variable intermittent windshield wipers, a trip computer, an underseat storage tray, reinforced cloth seats with water-repellent surfaces, and an AM/FM/CD audio system with two speakers. For versatile cargo-carrying, the van includes 57 reinforced cargo mounting points, 10 reinforced mounting points in the ceiling, and 6 floor mounting points.

Pricing for the S van starts at $29,925 with the V6 and Standard Roof, or $32,075 with the High Roof. Available option groups include a $190 Rear Door Glass package. The $650 Power Basic package adds power windows, power locks, cruise control, and remote keyless entry.


The midlevel SV comes standard with the contents of the Power Basic package, plus a lockable center console with 12-volt and 120-volt outlets, an additional 120-volt outlet in the cargo area, rear parking sensors, air conditioning, two extra audio speakers, and a cargo floor protector.

SV pricing starts at $30,915 with the Standard Roof, or $33,065 with the High Roof. A Technology package adds navigation, SiriusXM satellite radio, a USB port, Bluetooth compatibility, and rearview camera.


Moving up to the SL gets you chrome exterior trim and a power driver seat. SL pricing starts at $33,895 with a Standard Roof, or $34,485 with the High Roof. Available options include the Rear Door Glass and Technology packages.

CarsDirect Tip

In our opinion, the SV still offers the best combination of must-haves and comfort-focused amenities. The one area where an upgrade might make sense is the engine department. Adding the V8 will cost you about $1,600, but if you do a fair amount of towing or heavy-duty hauling, it's worth it.

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