Passengers are your guests. Treat them as such. Finding ways to keep passengers comfortable in the new NV Passenger Van was a high priority for Nissan engineers. From the lower step-in height to a smartly designed climate control system, all the innovations add up to one large leap forward in passenger van comfort.
Let your passengers' first step be an easy one. Anyone entering the new NV Passenger Van can reach the rear passenger seats with ease. This is accomplished with a combination of a low step-in height and strategically placed assist grips.
A Smarter Climate Control System. If warm air rises and cool air falls, then why do both come out of the same vent? Nissan engineers added two overhead A/C and two floor heater vents for each rear row to help distribute air evenly. Plus, rear passengers have their own climate controls and 14 fan speeds.
An illuminating experience for your passengers. Sometimes your passengers need additional light to help them see better. That's why all rear rows have two available reading lamps1, for a total of six. Each one turns on with a simple push.
The power you need, in two forms. From cell phones to portable video games, everybody carries around some sort of electronic gadget. Nissan engineers made powering them easier by including available 12V outlets up front and in the third row. And for larger items like laptops, there are available two 120V outlets up front and in the rear cargo area as well.
Large doors that open wide and stay that way. You would think large doors on a passenger van would be a given. Oddly enough that's not the case. That's why the new NV Passenger Van comes with rear cargo doors that secure at 90° in tight spaces. They also open to 243° wide when you need additional room. Mounted magnets help keep the doors from closing on hills or in windy conditions. As for the side door, it slides open to over 41 inches wide to give your passengers plenty of room to enter and exit.
1SV and SL models only