The 2015 NV200 Compact Cargo receives a new version of Nissan's Xtronic continuously variable transmission (CVT), an updated navigation and telematics system and revised alternator. New options include a sonar backup-assist system and Sliding Door Glass Package.
There are no major changes to the 2014 Nissan NV200 compact cargo van.
Nissan's NV200 for 2015 is a city-friendly cargo van that hauls an impressive amount of goods yet has the easy driving manners and efficiency of a sedan. Slotting below the Nissan NV, the NV200 is part of a wave of new compact vans that includes the Ram ProMaster City, the revamped Ford Transit Connect and the Chevy City Express, which itself is based on the Nissan. While the NV200's payload capacity can't match that of a full-size hauler and its 4-cylinder engine won't tow heavy loads, this little van's easy-access cargo bay has room for a surprising amount of wares or acts as a blank canvas for shelves, racks and other business and delivery needs. Starting under $22,000, the NV200 is also friendly to company budgets.