An interior flexible enough for virtually any task. One step inside the new NV Passenger Van and you'll quickly see how different it is. The lack of seat belts hanging from the ceiling and ease of getting in and out is immediately apparent. Plus you can add and remove seats quickly to create up to 324 possible interior configurations.
The interior that's a blank canvas. With 324 possible configurations, you can create an interior specifically designed to meet your needs. Whether you have to carry fewer people or more cargo1 the seating arrangement can easily be reconfigured to meet your requirements.
Integrated seatbelts, easier entry and exits. Conventional vans normally have rear seatbelts attached to the ceiling or pillars. That design makes getting in and out of the vehicle difficult. Nissan engineers confronted that issue head on by integrating the rear passenger seatbelts directly into the seat itself. That setup allows passengers to enter and exit the vehicle more easily.
A new single- and dual-seat benchmark. Interior configurations are somewhat limited in conventional passenger vans because of their large benches. However, the new NV Passenger Van uses one- and two-person seats. These give you increased flexibility to create your own borders and boundaries. Removal doesn't require tools and there are even wheels on the fourth row seats to make moving easier.
A place for everyone to rest their head. Unlike some competitors, each individual seat in the new NV Passenger Van has its own adjustable headrest. This allows passengers to sit in a more comfortable position.
1Cargo and load capacity limited by weight and distribution. Always secure all cargo. Heavy loading of the vehicle with cargo, especially on the roof, will affect the handling and stability of the vehicle. Do not place sharp objects or store objects in the front of the overhead compartment that exceed height of shelving lip. See owner's manual for details.