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  • 2019 Nissan NV200 Overview

    Joel Patel
    Automotive Editor - November 19, 2018

    While pickup trucks are seen as being the most durable vehicles to take work on the go, some automakers, like Nissan, offer small vans that can be configured in various ways and have large cargo areas that are ideal for taking your work on the go. The 2019 Nissan NV200 is one of the prime examples of a compact work van. Unlike heavy-duty pickup trucks, the NV200 is sized and handles similarly to a small sedan, making it the ideal vehicle for tight urban locations. Unfortunately, everything about the NV200 is designed to put work first – there's very little in the way of amenities and driver comfort. But for someone that's looking for a delivery vehicle or a mobile workshop, the NV200 is a great workhorse.

    What's New for 2019

    Nothing has changed for the 2019 model year.

    Choosing Your Nissan NV200

    As a compact van, the NV200 features a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that produces 131 horsepower and 139 pound-feet of torque. A continuously variable transmission and front-wheel drive are standard. The engine may sound underpowered for a work vehicle, but the upside to having a frugal engine is good fuel economy, especially in the city. The NV200 achieves an EPA-estimated 24 miles per gallon in the city, 26 mpg on the highway, and 25 combined.

    When it comes to getting work done, the NV200 cargo van is capable of holding up to 122.7 cubic feet of cargo. The flat cargo floor means you'll be able to use every inch of the cargo area. A 40/60-split rear door that swings open by 90 and 180 degrees makes loading cargo in the back easy. Dual sliding doors on the side make it easy to access the inside, too.

    Nissan's also paid close attention to the driver, allowing them to use the front passenger seat as a mobile desk when folded down. With power outlets and USB ports all within reach, the front seat is a good place to work on the go.

    The NV200 is available in two trims:


    The NV200 S starts at $23,245 (all prices include the $1,045 destination fee). Standard features for the entry-level trim include halogen headlights, daytime running lights, a rearview monitor, Bluetooth, air conditioning, power windows and door locks, a 12-volt outlet, cloth upholstery, a manually-adjustable six-way driver's seat, a five-inch display, an auxiliary audio input jack, a USB port, and a two-speaker audio system.

    There are four major packages for the S trim. The Rear Door Glass Package ($190) includes rear door windows with privacy glass, a rear window defroster, and an interior rearview mirror. The Cruise Control Package ($200) brings cruise control and steering-wheel mounted controls to use it. The Rear Sonar System ($250) adds rear parking sensors. Lastly, the Sliding Door Glass Package ($380) brings a sliding passenger side door window with privacy glass and wire mesh, rear door windows with privacy glass and wire mesh, a rear window defroster, and an interior rearview mirror.


    Pricing for the range-topping SV trim starts at $24,245. Standard features over the base S trim include body-color bumpers, heated exterior mirrors, cruise control, remote keyless entry, and six floor-mounted cargo rings.

    The SV trim has a lot of the same available packages as the base S trim. The Rear Door Glass Package, Sliding Door Glass Package, and Rear Sonar System all bring the same features for the same price. The Navigation Package ($550) is bespoke to the SV trim and adds a 5.8-inch color touchscreen, NissanConnect, voice recognition, satellite radio, and navigation.

    CarsDirect Tip

    Unless you need navigation, we recommend sticking with the base S trim – the 2019 Nissan NV200 is a work vehicle after all. Adding cruise control, a passenger sliding door with glass, and the rear sonar system will make operating the NV200 easier on a daily basis.

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