Your business deserves the right transportation. No matter what a new day may bring, it's important to have a reliable van you can depend on. If you're looking for a great cargo van then you probably have the 2017 Nissan NV200 and 2017 Ford Transit Connect on your list. These two cargo vans are compact and nimble, which makes navigating through busy streets straightforward. Backing up and parking is also simpler and available features like a rearview camera makes things even easier.
|2017 Nissan NV200||vs.||2017 Ford Transit Connect Cargo Van|
|131-hp, 2.0-liter four-cylinder||Engine||169-hp, 2.5-liter four-cylinder|
|122.7 cu.ft.||Cargo Space||103.9 cu. ft. on short-wheelbase version or 128.6 on long-wheelbase|
|24 city / 26 highway||Fuel Economy||20 city / 27 highway|
When the 2017 Nissan NV200 and 2017 Ford Transit Connect are side-by-side, it's easy to see that the two are pretty close in size. Some variations may occur depending on the specific trim and model configuration. The 2017 Transit Connect is more powerful overall and is available in two different body lengths. It can also be outfitted with a variety of cargo area options. However, it's also more expensive than the 2017 Nissan NV200.
Nissan's cargo van is also overall more fuel-efficient and small, lighter weight makes it easy to maneuver. The NV200's athletic mobility makes it easy to forget one is driving a cargo van. Plus, the comfortable cabin and variety of available entertainment and convenience features adds another level of functionality to the compact cargo van.
Standard features include a mobile office style center console with storage, 40/60-split rear doors, 6 exterior mounting points, 20 integrated reinforced cargo-mounting points, fold-down passenger's seats with seatback tray table, pre-wiring for telematics upfitting, 180-degree opening rear doors and much more. Explore all the features of the 2017 Nissan NV200 firsthand with a test drive at Charleston Nissan today!