2018 Nissan NV Vans: Price Increase Brings Added Features

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Nissan's lineup of NV Cargo and Passenger vans will see added features and a slight price bump for 2018.Nissan's lineup of NV Cargo and Passenger vans will see added features and a slight price bump for 2018.

Compared to the 2017 models, the 2018 NV Cargo vans see price increases in the range of $700 to $1,000, while Passenger vans increase $700 to $1,250.

Cargo and Passenger vans are sold in the same trim levels: S, SV and SL. Both also get a standard rearview camera, a 5-inch audio system display, Bluetooth connectivity and a USB port across their lineups for 2018. S models also get power windows and locks, and remote keyless entry standard as well. Engine options are unchanged from 2017: A 261-horsepower, 4.0-liter V-6 mated to a five-speed automatic transmission is standard, with a more powerful 375-hp, 5.6-liter V-8 mated to a seven-speed automatic is available as an option.

Both vans get Nissan's bumper-to-bumper warranty, good for five years or 100,000 miles; it's among the best in the business. 

Here's the pricing breakdown for the different trim levels (prices include destination charges):

Cargo Van

  • NV 1500 Standard Roof S V-6: $30,025
  • NV 1500 Standard Roof SV V-6: $31,015
  • NV 2500 Standard Roof S V-6: $31,025
  • NV 2500 Standard Roof SV V-6: $32,015
  • NV 2500 Standard Roof SL V-6: $33,135
  • NV 2500 Standard Roof S V-8: $32,625
  • NV 2500 Standard Roof SV V-8: $33,615
  • NV 3500 Standard Roof S V-8 $34,325
  • NV 3500 Standard Roof SV V-8: $35,315
  • NV 3500 Standard Roof SL V-8: $36,395
  • NV 2500 High Roof S V-6: $33,175
  • NV 2500 High Roof SV V-6: $34,165
  • NV 2500 High Roof SL V-6: $35,285
  • NV 2500 High Roof S V-8: $34,775
  • NV 2500 High Roof SV V-8: $35,765
  • NV 3500 High Roof S V-8: $36,475
  • NV 3500 High Roof SV V-8: $37,465
  • NV 3500 High Roof SL V-8: $38,545

Passenger Van

  • NVP 3500 S, 4.0-liter V-6: $36,345
  • NVP 3500 SV, 4.0-liter V-6: $38,295
  • NVP 3500 SL, 5.6-liter V-8: $43,195

The 2018 Nissan NV vans are on sale now.

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Comments

Boy, the V6 option sure sounds a lot like the same package they've been selling for the last 12 years or so.

Five speed auto and 4.0 six. That said, the idea that the most basic van they sell starts at $30k.

Ouch

Anyone looking for a full size van that doesn't give the NV a serious look is doing themselves a disservice. Body on frame, big DOHC V8, solid drive train, massive brakes, lots of smart user friendly options, big bumper to bumper warranty. They are impressive vans.

They are impressive vans. Posted by: Clint | Nov 15, 2017

@clint

Agree regarding the 2500 vans. The V8 drivetrain and chassis is impressive at that S model price.

Do they have a factory 4x4 option? That would be a great vehicle! I am sure you can get aftermarket but that is cost prohibitive

Now throw in that 5.0 cummins for the 2500.

uh huh, I agree completely. The Cummins in the NV 2500 would
be a nice choice. When compared to the hideous offering by
Ford, this would stomp all over it. Ever since Ford ceased
production of the E series, their vans have become rolling eye
sores.

Where is the Cummins option?

Where is the Cummins option ??

So no major changes or updates

The NV is a great drift vehicle as well.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xJhIN4gc2wc

"Ever since Ford ceased production of the E series, their vans have become rolling eye sores."

Posted by: Richard66NY

You mean supremely popular "rolling eye sores". And I don't agree with your claim on looks. I guarantee the Transit is viewed as more handsome than the Nissan NV by far according to market results.

Hey red, beauty is in the eye of the beholder....The Ford Transit
is one butt ugly vehicle....IMHO.....is that popular is in comparing
it to Rams equally ugly offering? or the VERY dated GMC vans?

Those European styled vans leave me cold. Ford should never
have dropped the E series.

Actually the E-series is still alive in limited form:

https://www.ford.com/commercial-trucks/e-series-cutaway/?gnav=header-all-vehicles

Your "beauty" comment is reversible, BTW. And my claim is based according to the WHOLE MARKET.

uh-huh and firefighter- the NV was used as a mule for the XD, so the Cummins definitely fits. I think it needs to be paired with a more appropriate transmission- the one in the Diesel XD is a true MD box, the same (400lb) weight as the one behind the HO Cummins B in the Ram. Since the NV and XD basically share a frame, the 4wd system is a fit, too. Hopefully some fleet customer like Fed-Ex or an Ambulance upfitter decides that they want both options in the NV from the factory. The Canton assembly plant is very flexible, and adding those options would be simple.

Red, when one is forced to shop ugly, then one is forced to
buy ugly....gabish???



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