Nissan has introduced its 2011 Nissan NV, a set of three CV vans for the commercial vehicle market in North America.
The lineup includes three NV variants - the NV1500, the NV2500 HD and the NV3500 HD. The two latter models will also be available in a High Roof configuration which allows for more cargo space and a more comfortable work environment as it allows for a person to stand up inside rear of the van. Only the NV1500 comes solely in the Standard Roof body style.
The cargo area of the NV will be 120.7 inches long (306 cm) and 70.3 inches (179 cm) wide. The Standard Roof variant will have 55.4 inches (140 cm) of cargo height while the High Roof model will measure 76.5 inches (194 cm) in cargo space height.
All models will be made available with a choice of either a 4.0 liter V6 or a 5.6 liter V8 gasoline/petrol engine coupled to a 5-speed automatic transmission.
The Nissan NV lineup will be the first Nissan commercial vehicles made in the United States for the North American market. The NV will be built at the Nissan plant in Canton, Mississippi.
The NV vans will go on sale later this year through a select group of Nissan Commercial Vehicle dealers across North America. Nissan says more details will follow later.