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There is no replacement for the van when it comes to maximizing your hauling capability. You can go out and buy the biggest van you can find, which may be great for more cargo space, but it's not so great for maneuverability. The 2020 Nissan NV200 is the best of both worlds, with a great cargo capacity and a relatively small length and width. That means that you can get the NV200 into narrow spots that larger van owners would never be able to reach. While we currently do not have many 2020 Nissan NV200s on our lots, we look forward to selling more in the future. If you love the 2020 model, you should also consider other model years of the Nissan NV200 with similar features.
Front Wheel Drive (2WD)
The 2020 Nissan NV200 is made to haul. It has a total of 122.7 cu-ft of space with both seats in place, and the front passenger seat even folds for additional room for long objects. The combination of side sliding doors, 40/60-split swing-out rear cargo doors, and a low-load height make hauling a breeze. Max cargo load comes in at an estimated 1,480 pounds, so the 2020 NV200 is up to any delivery or jobsite challenge.
Sure, the NV200 is a work van, but that doesn't make it lacking in features and options. You'll get an impressive seven-inch touchscreen with NissanConnect® infotainment system and Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ integration. That means that you can easily follow your smartphone's navigation or queue up some tunes for the drive.
While the base S trim is well equipped, the upgraded SV adds a bunch of features to make your drive more comfortable. The SV delivers a more attractive body-colored rear bumper and matching mirrors, plus a chrome grille. Inside it ups the ante with heated power mirrors, remote door locks, cruise control, an additional rear 12-volt power outlet, and six floor-mounted tie-down rings.
The road to the next delivery or job site might be long. Thankfully, the naturally aspirated four-cylinder engine puts out a respectable 131 horsepower and 139 lb-ft of torque. With a CVT automatic transmission helping deliver power to the front wheels, the NV200 gets EPA-rated at 24/26 mpg city/highway.
A big van is great for maximizing the amount you can carry. However, it's not always ideal for navigating city traffic and tight parking spaces. The 2020 NV200 is 186.3 inches long and only 68.1 inches wide. That means it can maneuver into spaces that larger vans can't begin to reach.
If you're interested in the 2020 Nissan NV 200, you should also check out these similar vehicles from Previous generation years.
If you need a more maneuverable van that is still up to tackling some of the toughest jobs, check out the RAM ProMaster City. It is available in both five-passenger and two-passenger layouts, depending on your needs. Part of the first generation (2015–present), the 2017-2022 ProMaster City is powered by a 178 horsepower, 2.4L four-cylinder engine rated at an EPA-estimated 24 mpg combined city/highway.
Standard features on the base 2017–2022 RAM ProMaster City cargo van include:
Single zone front air conditioning
Four-speaker stereo with USB connection
Five-inch touchscreen (2018+)
If you are looking to haul people and your gear, a minivan like the Honda Odyssey is a great option. With a maximum cargo capacity of 148.5 cu-ft for 2017 (up to 155.8 cu-ft for 2018+) with the second and third rows stowed, you can bring along quite a lot of gear. The Odyssey was completely redesigned for the 2018 model year and is powered by a 3.5L V6 putting out 280 horsepower.
Standard features on 2017–2022 Honda Odyssey base model include:
Tri-zone automatic climate control
Ford's cool Transit Connect comes in cargo and passenger versions. The long-wheelbase Transit Connect from 2017-2018 can accommodate 128.6 cu-ft of cargo behind the front seats, while the short-wheelbase has a bit less at 103.9 cu-ft. Power for the 2017-2018 model years comes from a standard 2.5L four-cylinder engine that delivers 169 horsepower to the front wheels with a six-speed automatic transmission. In 2019, Ford introduced a new standard 2.0L with 162 horsepower.
Standard features on 2017–2022 Ford Transit Connect base-trim models include:
Vinyl upholstery and floor coverings
Fold-flat front passenger seat
Rearview camera (2019+)
Automatic headlights (2019+)
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RepairPal gave the Nissan NV 200 an overall reliability rating of 3.5 out of 5 stars, which RepairPal describes as Above Average. This rating ranks Nissan NV 200 2nd out of 24 among Commercial Vans.View RepairPal's full rating of the Nissan NV 200
The base trim comes with exterior features such as 15-inch steel wheels, sliding side doors, 40/60-split swing-out rear cargo doors, wide-angle mirrors with manual adjustment. On the inside, you'll get cloth and vinyl upholstery, a seven-inch touchscreen, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration, air conditioning, a height-adjustable driver's seat, fold-flat passenger seat, plus power windows and door locks, and cruise control.
Adds upgrades like body-colored rear bumper and mirrors, chrome grille, heated power-adjustable mirrors, floor-mounted tie-down rings, keyless entry, a rear 12-volt power outlet, and rear parking sensors.
The 2020 Nissan NV 200 is available in multiple trims, each with its own estimated fuel economy, here are the EPA estimates for each trim:
The Nissan NV 200 received a rating of 3.5 out of 5 stars from RepairPal, which RepairPal describes as Above Average. This rating ranks the Nissan NV 200 as 1 out of 24 among Commercial Van
Here is what's new for the 2020 Nissan NV 200:
Brilliant Silver Metallic (Silver)
Fresh Powder (White)
Gun Metallic (Gray)
Super Black (Black)
Gray w/Cloth Seat Trim
The 2020 Nissan NV200 features standard cloth and vinyl upholstery, a seven-inch touchscreen, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration, air conditioning, a height-adjustable driver's seat, fold-flat passenger seat, plus power windows and door locks, and cruise control. The 2020 NV200 also has 122.7 cu-ft of cargo space with all seats in place and a maximum estimated cargo capacity of 1,480 pounds.
The 2020 Nissan NV200 has not been rated by the IIHS with regard to child seat installation.
Both trim levels of the 2020 Nissan NV200 are powered by a 2.0L four-cylinder engine with 131 horsepower and 139 lb-ft torque. It is paired with a continuously variable automatic CVT transmission CVT and both trim levels come with front-wheel drive. Testing has shown a zero-to-60 time around ten seconds (according to the manufacturer, when new). The 2020 NV200 gets an EPA-estimated 24/26 mpg city/highway with its 2.0L engine.
2013–2021 Nissan NV200 (First Generation)
The Nissan NV200 was unveiled for the 2013 model year and was produced until the 2021 model year. All model years use the same 2.0L four-cylinder with identical horsepower, torque, and mpg figures. The 2015 model year saw an updated transmission, for 2017 Nissan added standard power door locks and hill start assist, while 2018 included a newly standard rearview camera, plus a five-inch color display, and more.
The 2020 NV200 added an upgraded NissanConnect infotainment system that came with standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity—all displayed on a new seven-inch touchscreen. New cargo lights and wall-mounted tie-down rings were added as standard for 2020 as well. Finally, the final year (2021) saw standard cruise control on the base S trim.