Nissan's NV lineup of commercial vehicles infiltrated the U.S. market in 2011 with their unique features aimed at simplifying the life of the average American working man. Within this roster stands the NV Cargo Van, NV Passenger Van, NV200 and NV200 Taxi, all highly capable and equipped to handle a variety of both simple and heavy-duty tasks. Rolling out for 2014, the NV Cargo and Passenger models receive minor changes to their equipment, whereas the NV200 is carried over from 2013 and the all-new NV200 Taxi makes its debut. The lineup's collection of efficient features, created to suit the needs of different of buyers, is just one reason why these commercial vehicles are ideal for business owners throughout the Dallas area. Read on for a quick summary of the 2014 Nissan NV in Dallas, then continue below for further information on its specs.
Small in size but large in cargo capacity, the NV200 is built for business owners who want just enough room to house their equipment, but don't require the ample space provided in the NV Cargo Van. The commercial vehicle also offers over 122.7 cubic feet within the cabin and has a foldable passenger seat that doubles as a work table, providing functionality. These key practical components are further highlighted in the all-new NV200 Taxi model, which aims to change the New York taxi scene as we know it. Fashioned with a transparent roof for sightseeing, the NV200 Taxi features sliding doors and grab handles, mobile charging stations, a "no hump" passenger floor, passenger-controlled rear air conditioning and plenty of cargo room for luggage. Safety standards such as roof-mounted air bags and front-passenger seat-mounted air bags are also offered within the taxi, ensuring customer and driver safety while cruising through the city.
Larger commercial vehicle variants, such as the NV Cargo and Passenger, are better suited for hauling hefty equipment and come with multiple storage compartments, and various roof configurations, to accommodate different-sized cargo. Both models receive updates for 2014, which include a Class-IV receiver hitch, seven-pin connector and brake controller pre-wiring, a heavy-duty battery and Tow Mode A/T. The NV Passenger model, praised in many 2014 Nissan NV reviews, also features seating for up to 12 occupants, allowing drivers to transport both cargo and passengers safely.�