Nissan unveiled the NV200 van for the U.S. market, a model which gets few improvements in order to adapt to the new market.
To be more specific, the U.S.-spec Nissan NV200 is longer at 186,3 inches and comes with a load capacity of 3,474 liters (122,7 cubic feet).
Under the hood sits a 2.0-liter petrol unit producing 131 horses and 188Nm of torque. It returns fuel economy figures of 24mpg (city) and 25mpg (highway) when connected to an Xtronic CVT transmission.
“The 2013 Nissan NV200 offers a great new alternative – a commercial quality vehicle that optimizes cargo space while offering the best possible fuel economy and an affordable price,” claims Nissan.
The Japanese model also features dual sliding doors which makes the loading task much easier.
If the base model starts at $19,990 in the United States, the NV200 SV which is the range-topping variants, comes at a price of $20,980.