Nissan NV200 Cargo Van Takes Chicago By Storm

Nissan has identified a definite need for a smaller, more economical cargo van within the market. As such they've decided to follow up on the Nissan NV cargo van, introduced to the U.S. just this year, with something that leaves a slightly smaller footprint on the environment. We're talking about the new 2013 Nissan NV200.

Already widely available in many markets around the world, the new Nissan NV200 recently debuted in the Windy City. Needless to say, auto show attendants were very impressed. Of course, this comes as little surprise... Even before its official North America unveiling, a passenger variant of the van earned the distinguished "Taxi of Tomorrow" title.

For those who are maybe a little less familiar with the Nissan NV200, Nissan explains, "Business moves fast and the new Nissan NV200 is built to give you the flexibility to keep up.  To help you load and unload items into the expansive cargo area, the tall rear doors are split 40/60 and open to 90 and 180 [degrees]. For easier accessibility, there are sliding doors on either side."1.

Another reason why so many commercial van buyers are interested in the new NV200 is for the fact that the interior has been thoughtfully designed not only to offer supreme comfort, but convenience as well. Take the front-passenger seat, for example. It's designed to transform from seat into a desktop. The center console? Made to hold file folders, CDs, a laptop and much more.

Interested in learning more about why the Nissan NV200 is creating such a buzz? Contact Gurley Leep Nissan here. And remember if you need more than 123 cubic feet of cargo space, Nissan also offers the 234.1-cubic-foot 2012 Nissan NV - available now.



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Tags: NV200, Taxi, Cargo Van


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