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PickupTrucks.com takes you on a walkaround of the 2011 Nissan NV Commercial Van that goes on sale in late 2010. It will be ...
available in three versions (NV1500, NV2500 and NV3500) with two engine choices.
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Mike Levine: Hi! This is Mike Levine from pickuptrucks.com and we are here in Saint Louise for the 2010 work truck show. Last year at the show Nissan revealed a concept vehicle that reviewed its full size commercial van. This year they brought the actual production version this is the 2011 Nissan NV full size commercial van, let’s go ahead and take closer look. One of the most innovative features about the Nissan NV van is it’s layout while other full size vans are short nose with the engine partially residing inside the convene on the NV they place the engine in this long nose out front in front of the driver it gives a better quite or right experience and makes maintenance easier on the truck and gives more rooms to the driver. This truck also shares many components with the tighten it shares and engine and the frame is base on the tightens for its lower and wider hand of big commercial loads. There are three versions of the Nissan van there is a 1500 light duty version that comes in standard configuration with about 55 inches of space to walk around in the back from the load for to the top of the roof but there are also two heavy duty version to 2500 to 3500 that can be ordered in this optional high roof package. It’s got maximum space inside about 75 inches of space between the load for and the roof, let’s take a look inside. Understanding inside the high roof version of the van and as you can see I’m 6 feet tall and don’t have to bend over the move around. The walls of the van, Nissan is make sure that they customize the van to specific job applications and it will be very easy to work with the after market so that if your plumber you will be easier to get your supplies in here, if you got contracting work to do you can do the same. Now between he will wheels here, we’ve got 48 inches of space so that you can fit plenty of materials inside very easily and when you move up front to the van as we mentioned earlier there is no engine dog house intruding into the foot wheel or where the driver and the passenger sit. It looks very much like a half ton, pick up truck, it’s got the same type of room makes for a much more comfortable driving experience. Another segment exclusive in Nissan full size van is the center council, again inspired by a pick up truck. It’s got plenty of room on the inside the store hanging folders or a laptop computer and if you need a little bit more room while your working you can slide the arm rest forward. Nissan’s commercial vans go on sale later this fall, when they do they’ll be available with the choice of two engines, they’ll be in entry level four liter V6 or in up level 5.6 liter VH, a desk of power train is expected in later date. For more news and information about Nissan’s full size NV vans check out pickuptrucks.com.