Nissan NV200 Prices Go Up $300 for 2019

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Nissan's release of pricing for the 2019 NV200 Compact Cargo van puts the spotlight on the changing small cargo van class. The NV200 shared its platform with the Chevrolet City Express, which parent company GM decided to discontinue due to poor sales. It simply never gained traction with the top-selling Ford Transit Connect. Chevy will continue to sell full-size Express vans.

NV200 buyers will pay $23,095 for the entry-level S and $24,095 for the SV (both prices include a destination charge of $885), up $300 from model-year 2018. The Nissan NV200 is powered by a 2.0-liter inline-four-cylinder engine paired to a continuously variable automatic transmission; it gets EPA ratings of 24/26/25 mpg city/highway/combined.

The Ford Transit Connect offers cargo and well-appointed passenger models, short and long wheelbases, gas or diesel engine, more technology and costs more, starting at $24,335 for the 2018 base cargo model.

We expect the compact cargo van class to stay small as manufacturers seem to be putting more effort into introducing or upgrading small pickup truck lineups than investing in more vans.

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thank goodness! Now all the dry cleaners and floral delivery shops can rest easy.

Better than a Ford Transit any day of the week!!

Not a truck. Quit pushing this garbage. Pretty much a VW bus without the charm.

Better than a Ford Transit any day of the week!!

Posted by: BA | Aug 28, 2018 10:53:59 AM

No it’s not

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