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Nissan Prices 2018 NV Vans

November 13, 2017

Photo of 2018 NV cargo vans courtesy of Nissan.
Photo of 2018 NV cargo vans courtesy of Nissan.

Nissan's 2018 NV full-size vans will retail for at least $30,025 for the cargo model and $36,345 for the passenger variant, including destination and handling fees, Nissan announced.

The NV1500 S cargo van with the standard roof and V-6 engine has increased $1,000 since the 2017 model. The prices include $1,295 in destination and handling fees.

The vans will arrive with several new standard features, including a RearView Monitor backup camera, 5-inch color display for a Bluetooth hands-free phone system and streaming audio, a hands-free text messaging assistant, and a USB port for compatible devices.

Nissan will again offer three NV Cargo models (1500, 2500, and 3500) with three trims (S, SV on all models, and SL on just the 2500/3500), two roof heights (standard and high), and two engines, including a 4.0L V-6 and 5.6L V-8. The V-8 is only available on the NV 2500 and NV 3500. The SL trim is only available with the NV 2500 and NV 3500.

While the base NV Cargo retails for $30,025, the flagship NV 3500 SL with the high roof and V-8 retails for $38,545.

Nissan will offer its NV Passenger van as a 3500 with three trims (S, SV, and SL) and the two engines. The NV Passenger 3500 S retails for $36,345.

Read full pricing details here.

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