Nissan NV1500 Cargo Compared to The Nissan NV Passenger
A van is highly suitable for carrying any kind of loads, be it passengers or cargo. There are different variations of Nissan NV for both; while the former talks about commercial cargo vans, the latter model is for ferrying passengers. Other than the fact that Nissan NV Passenger can seat 12 people, other aspects are similar.
The Nissan NV1500 Cargo comes in three trim levels- SL, SV, and S. The Nissan NV passenger van also comes in the same trims but is available only as an NV3500.
Both NV1500 cargo and Passenger vans come with the same 4.0 liter V6 engine, which has been mated to a 5-speed automatic transmission, with a power output of 261 hp. Customers may be able to choose another engine option, which will be a 5.6 liter V8 that generates 375 hp of power and is mated to a 7-speed automatic transmission. However, this option is only for the Nissan NV3500. Cargo van buyers can look at either Standard Roof or High Roof configurations.
Nissan NV has a body-on-frame design that helps it take on several kinds of jobs. It’s towing capabilities and payload capacities are pretty high. The V6 allows the cargo van to tow up to a maximum of 6900 pounds. The elongated front and sides complement the overall boxy appearance.
Interior features on the Nissan NV1500 Cargo include:
In terms of space, the 2021 Nissan NV1500 provides 234 cubic feet. On the other hand, the High Roof model gives a greater storage area of 323 cubic feet. It enables persons to be able to stand and work in the cargo area.
Second and third rows of seats on this vehicle are repositionable. A long and wide cargo floor, almost vertical sidewalls, and square-top wheel well housings give this van excellent utilitarian value.
Buyers have the option to add the following:
The following features are new on the NV3500 Passenger:
Buyers of the NV3500 Passenger vans will get rollover head protection for outboard passengers, integrated seat belts, and flexible seating configurations. It is suitable for both fleet and personal use.
Active safety tech such as Blind Spot Monitoring and Forward Collision Braking are available on most of Nissan modern cars, but not on the NV. It gets an electronic stability system as standard, along with roof and front mounted curtain side-impact airbags. Traction Control, Stability Control, and ABS (Antilock Braking System) are part of standard equipment on both vehicles.