Pre-Owned 2017 NissanNV200 Compact I4 SV Mini-van, Cargo

  • VIN: 3N6CM0KN6HK716574
  • Stock: G479
    Odometer
    94,290 miles
    Fuel Economy
    24.0/26.0 mpg City/Hwy
    Exterior Color
    Fresh Powder
    Interior Color
    Grey
    Body
    Mini-van, Cargo
    Transmission
    Automatic
    Drivetrain
    FWD
    Engine
    2.0L 4
    Nissan NV200 Compact

    Detailed Specifications

    • 1st row curtain head airbags
    • 4-wheel ABS Brakes
    • ABS and Driveline Traction Control
    • AM/FM stereo
    • Braking Assist
    • Bucket front seats
    • Cargo area light
    • Center Console: Full with storage
    • Chrome grille
    • Clock: In-radio display
    • Cloth/vinyl seat upholstery
    • Coil front spring
    • Cruise control
    • Cruise controls on steering wheel
    • Curb weight: 3,263 lbs.
    • Daytime running lights
    • Digital Audio Input
    • Driver Seat Head Restraint Whiplash Protection
    • External temperature display
    • Front Head Room: 41.7"
    • Front Hip Room: 51.3"
    • Front Independent Suspension
    • Front Leg Room: 42.6"
    • Front Shoulder Room: 54.1"
    • Front Ventilated disc brakes
    • Front reading lights
    • Front suspension stabilizer bar
    • Fuel Capacity: 14.5 gal.
    • Fuel Consumption: City: 24 mpg
    • Fuel Consumption: Highway: 26 mpg
    • Fuel Type: Regular unleaded
    • Gross vehicle weight: 4,751 lbs.
    • Head Restraint Whiplash Protection with Passenger Seat
    • Heated driver mirror
    • Heated passenger mirror
    • In-Dash single CD player
    • Independent front suspension classification
    • Instrumentation: Low fuel level
    • Interior air filtration
    • Intermittent front wipers
    • Leaf rear spring
    • Leaf rear suspension
    • Manual front air conditioning
    • Manufacturer's 0-60mph acceleration time (seconds): 10.0 s
    • Max cargo capacity: 123 cu.ft.
    • Non-independent rear suspension
    • Overall Length: 186.3"
    • Overall Width: 68.1"
    • Overall height: 73.7"
    • Passenger Airbag
    • Power remote driver mirror adjustment
    • Power remote passenger mirror adjustment
    • Power windows
    • Privacy glass: Light
    • Regular front stabilizer bar
    • Remote power door locks
    • Seatbelt pretensioners: Front
    • Side airbag
    • Spare Tire Mount Location: Underbody w/crankdown
    • Speed-proportional electric power steering
    • Stability control
    • Steel spare wheel rim
    • Strut front suspension
    • Suspension class: Regular
    • Tachometer
    • Tire Pressure Monitoring System
    • Total Number of Speakers: 2
    • Transmission hill holder
    • Trip computer
    • Two 12V DC power outlets
    • Urethane shift knob trim
    • Urethane steering wheel trim
    • Vehicle Emissions: ULEV II
    • Wheel Diameter: 15
    • Wheel Width: 5.5
    • Wheelbase: 115.2"

    KBB.com Consumer Reviews

    Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
    Overall3.2Out of 5
    • Outstanding platform for a compact camper van

      By Chris on Wednesday, January 30, 2019

      4.0
      I'd been looking for a compact camper van that got great mileage and discovered one based on the NV200. The good? The seats are divine, simply the most comfortable seat I've experienced in a vehicle. We just did a three day trip and unlike almost every other vehicle I've owned, my back was happy the entire three days. The van has adequate power. Could it be zippier? Sure, but we actually got 25.6 MPG on the trip, so I'm thrilled with it the way it is. I have a minor complaint about the way that the foam isolating the windshield is visible, but...that is seriously a minor complaint and at the van's price point, the build quality is spectacular. I've read that the stock tires aren't good in rain and snow, but we drove through a LOT of rain and they were great. It is a van, not a sports car. As I look at the tread pattern, they also should be okay in snow -- the van is front wheel drive, and I suspect those criticizing the tires based the reviews on light rear ends. I'm NOT a fan of CV transmissions, but as they go I am satisfied with the transmission. Again, because of the incredible fuel economy in this van, I'm happy to deal with things that are less "driver centric" than I prefer. All in all, if you are looking for a solid, economical delivery van or platform for a small camper, I would recommend the NV200 without reservation.
    • best cargo van for a small business

      By sbunny8 on Wednesday, May 01, 2019

      4.0
      I mainly bought this van for its excellent fuel economy. That's very important to me. But I also like the stylish looks and the headroom in the cargo area. Floor to ceiling, it's the same interior height as the Ford E350 full size work van that I used to drive. But the Nissan uses 48% less fuel. On top of that, Nissan gives a five year warranty. (I wish Nissan would offer a fully electric version, using the drive train from the Nissan Leaf. Maybe in a few years they will. But I digress.) Keep in mind, this is a work van. It's not as comfortable as a passenger car. The engine is quiet but there's a fair amount of road noise and the suspension is a bit stiff. Fill it with cardboard boxes and I'll bet it would be quiet and ride perfectly.
    • Buy a different work van.

      By IrishRon on Tuesday, June 15, 2021

      1.0
      I'm a service tech, I use my van for work. I have had various service vans over the past decade. If you or your company needs a compact service van, get the Ford Transit Connect or the Ram Promaster City. The Transit Connect is the best. If you need something larger, get a Ford or GM. I have heard good and bad about the M-B's, but their higher cost may be limiting. Now on the NV200. My latest is a 2021 SV, previously had a 2018 SV and a 2013 S. The '18 was totaled with 40k miles in 6 months. The 2013 was from a tech that quit and it was given to me beginning of 2020. It had 200k miles. The driver's door would not stay closed (Nissan dealer could not find any problems). I told my company to get something a little safer. So I end up with this 2021 a month ago... The good - it has Android Auto, Apple CarPlay and SiriusXM. The bad - everything else. It has a tachometer. Why?!?! Not needed as it has a CVT and the engine will not rev above 5k with a 6.5K redline. Anyway, anything above 3k RPM does not accelerate the van any more quickly, just adds about 10 more decibels to the already loud engine noise. Small fuel tank, and a small (3/4"), hardly legible digital fuel "gauge". The steering feels like the wheel is connected by a rubber hose. Braking is mediocre when empty, frightening when there is any kind of load in the back. Affected by wind gusts more than a sailing yacht. Fuel economy is good, 25MPG combined. Had a V6 mid-roof, mid-length Transit 250 with base V6 that got 23MPG combined. Oh, wait, that would make this NV200 just awful in terms of fuel mileage! Also, I have yet to figure out how Nissan designed so much torque steer into this vehicle! The CVT saps most of the torque out this engine. Acceleration is glacial, but the torque steer is amazing. I thought they dialed all of that out at the end of the 1980s! TLDR - Spend you money elsewhere. Do you really want a 21k delivery vehicle? Wait for Ford Maverick XL, I'm sure it is better than this. Or buy a used Ford or Ram compact van. It would not let me give it no stars, I had to give it one star if I would recommend this to a friend. I like my friends, I want them to stay that way. Come to think of it, I would not even recommend this to a person I disliked.

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