2019 Nissan NV Model Review

375  Horsepower
Best-in-Class (V8)
387  Torque
Best-in-Class (V8)
2
Doors
2-12
Seats
Up to 234  cu ft
Cargo Space (standard roof)

What's New For The 2019 Nissan NV?

In 2019, there are some new and notable features for the Nissan NV. As in the past, the NV is offered in two distinct body styles, which are a cargo van and a passenger van. The passenger van seats 12 passengers as always, but it has more seating configurations than before. This year, the van's four rows of seats can adjust in more than 300 ways. You'll find more technology in both versions of the NV, especially the passenger van. In addition to more standard amenities and conveniences, the NV can be accessorized with more optional features and packages, too. There is a new, more powerful engine on the NV this year, and you can upgrade to a larger fuel tank. The NV still rides on 17-inch wheels, but they get an attractive new finish this year. The front grille and front end has also been adjusted to make the NV look more like a pickup and less like a boxy commercial van. In addition to all the new features that it adds to the NV this year, Nissan also claims to have the best warranty for the NV among all the van's classmates. Critics add that for all the NV offers, it is nicely equipped for the price.

2019 Nissan NV Interior

Which Trims & Features are Available for 2019?

In total, there are five trim levels offered in the 2019 Nissan NV. This includes three trim levels of the passenger van and two trim levels of the cargo van. Despite what you would guess from a commercial van, the base models of both the cargo van and the passenger van are generously equipped. Standard on the base model of the passenger NV, which is called the S, you'll find 17-inch wheels, a seven-inch display screen with Bluetooth streaming and voice recognition, an iPod interface, and USB charging ports. Moving up the line, you'll get more storage capability with the SV. This includes a larger center console in the front. There are also two more cup holders in this trim level. If you choose the NV with the higher roof, you'll add another storage area along the roofline and heated side mirrors designed to facilitate towing. Last but certainly not least is the top trim called the SL. This trim gets a sharper exterior look with more chrome accents and chrome-covered wheels. Its driver's seat moves in eight ways, and there is a more advanced security system.

The base trim of the cargo van has the same amenities as the base passenger van. However, it weighs a bit more, which adds to its stability on the road. You have a choice of a regular or tall roof with this trim. The second trim level features a four-speaker sound system, parking sensors, and power-folding mirrors.

A Perfect Blend of Power and Fuel Efficiency

2019 Nissan NV Exterior FrontIn 2019, the Nissan NV comes with two choices for an engine. The base engine, which powered the NV in the past model year, is a six-cylinder, 4.0L engine with a maximum power output of 261 HP and 281 LB-FT of torque. The second available engine, which is new, is a 5.6L V8 engine that generates up to 375 HP and 387 LB-FT of torque. An automatic transmission is standard on both.

Nissan NV Safety Features

2019 Nissan NV Exterior RearThere are a number of safety amenities in the NV in addition to its conveniences. The cargo and passenger vans both have advanced front, side, and overhead airbags to protect occupants in case of a collision or a rollover; A backup camera is standard on all trims, as are rear parking sensors. Front parking sensors are standard based on the trim level. Tire pressuring monitoring completes the NV's safety amenities.

NV Questions

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