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2017 Nissan NV Cargo NV3500 HD Overview

James Flammang
Contributing Editor - December 19, 2016

The Nissan Cargo NV3500 HD is a large commercial van designed to offer an abundance of cargo space, plus the ability to do a lot with it. Nissan maximizes flexibility by offering a choice of two roof heights and three trim levels, allowing commercial operators to choose the NV3500 HD that best suits their needs. The result is a compellingly priced workhorse that provides an alternative to the vans marketed by domestic automakers. Of the three NV Cargo versions, the NV3500 HD is the heaviest-duty. Nissan also offers the NV1500 and NV2500 HD.

What's New for 2017

A new direct-injected 5.6-liter V8 engine and heavy-duty seven-speed automatic transmission are standard. Developing 375 horsepower and 387 pound-feet of torque, the new V8 replaces a 317-horsepower version that worked with a five-speed automatic. Nissan claims an 8 percent boost in fuel economy.

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Choosing Your Nissan Cargo NV3500 HD

When selecting an NV3500 HD, decisions essentially boil down to trim level and roof height. All three trim levels come with the same new 5.6-liter V8 engine, mated to a new seven-speed-speed automatic transmission. Nissan’s midlevel NV2500 HD van can have either a V6 or V8 engine, but the NV3500 HD is V8-only.

All NV Cargo models have rear-wheel drive. The NV3500 HD is available with either a Standard Roof or High Roof configuration.

Cargo-carrying flexibility is enhanced by the van’s 57 reinforced cargo mounting points, 10 reinforced in-ceiling mounting points, and 6 floor mounting points. NV Cargo vans use traditional body-on-frame construction. The cargo area can hold two 48x48-inch pallets, or 4x8-foot drywall sheets.


Standard equipment for the S trim level includes 17-inch wheels, a sliding door on the passenger side, 50/50-split rear cargo doors with 243-degree opening and a locking feature, pre-wiring for electrical upfitting, two front tow hooks, a class IV (9,500-pound) tow hitch receiver, air conditioning, three cargo area work lights, a 12-volt DC power outlet, a trip computer, variable intermittent windshield wipers, and reinforced cloth seats with water-repellent surfaces. The AM/FM/CD audio system has two speakers. Pricing starts at $33,225 (destination charge included) for the Standard Roof, and $35,375 for the High Roof.

A Rear Door Glass package is optional. A Power Basic package also is available, adding power windows and locks, remote keyless entry, and cruise control.


Building on the S model, the SV gets the Power Basic features as standard, plus a lockable center console with a sliding table and 12-volt and 120-volt outlets, an additional 120-volt outlet in the cargo area, rear parking sensors, four audio speakers, and a cargo floor protector. Pricing begins at $34,215 with the Standard Roof, or $36,365 with the High Roof.

Options include a Rear Door Glass package. The $1,100 Technology package adds navigation, smartphone apps, Bluetooth compatibility, a rearview camera, and SiriusXM satellite radio.


The SL model adds full exterior chrome trim and a power driver seat. Available options include the Rear Door Glass and Technology packages. The SL van is priced at $35,595 with the Standard Roof, or $37,745 in High Roof configuration.

CarsDirect Tip

In our estimation, midlevel SV trim level represents the best balance of necessities and comfort features. It's a solid value overall, and should meet the needs of most commercial vehicle users. The High Roof version lets most users walk and work in the cargo area.

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