Nissan’s line of NV vans really shows the company did its homework when they were introduced for the 2012 model year. First up in the lineup is the NV Passenger with seating for 12 people. The company claims there are 324 different seating configurations available, and it can be luxed up with leather seating surfaces (heated in front) and dual-zone climate control. Next up is the NV Cargo, available in 1500, 2500 HD, and 3500 HD trims. The difference between the three largely comes down to payload capacity, which ranges from 2,682 pounds to 4,022 pounds, depending on configuration. The standard-roof version has up to 234 cubic feet of cargo room. For those looking for even more capacity, a high-roof version is available on the NV Cargo with up to 323 cubic feet of cargo room and enough height for a 6-foot, 3-inch person to stand upright. Our favorite feature: cargo doors that open 270 degrees and stay open using magnets. Unlike its NV2500 and 3500 stablemates, the NV1500 is offered only with Nissan’s proven 4.0L V-6 mated to a five-speed automatic.
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