2013 NISSAN NV CARGO 2500 HD S

Used Truck - 2013 Nissan NV Cargo 2500 HD S in Newark, Nj

Price
$21,995
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    About This 2013 Nissan NV Cargo 2500 HD S
    Vehicle Location:
    Newark, Nj
    Year:
    2013
    Make:
    Nissan
    Model:
    NV Cargo
    Trim:
    2500 HD S
    Price:
    $21,995 
    Condition:
    Used
    Mileage:
    40,823
    Exterior Color:
     White
    Interior Color:
     Gray
    Engine:
    6 Cylinder
    Transmission:
    Automatic
    Fuel Type:
    Gasoline
    Stock Number:
    103378
    VIN:
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    Located at Stockton Auto Sales in Newark, Nj.  Call Stockton Auto Sales today at 973-491-0888 for more information about this vehicle.

    Vehicle Options:

    • Stability Control Electronic
    • Crumple Zones Front
    • Crumple Zones Rear
    • Multi-functional Information Center
    • Airbags - Front - Dual
    • Air Conditioning - Front - Single Zone
    • Air Conditioning - Front
    • Airbags - Passenger - Occupant Sensing Deactivation
    • Power Brakes
    • Audio Auxiliary Input: Jack
    • Audio In-dash Cd: Single Disc
    • Audio - Radio: Am/fm
    • Assist Handle Front
    • Braking Assist
    • Reading Lights Front
    • Abs Brakes (4-wheel)
    • Electronic Brakeforce Distribution
    • Child Seat Anchors
    • Front 12v Power Outlet (2)
    • Steering Wheel Tilt-adjustable
    • Storage In Dash
    • Doors Side Door Type: Manual Sliding
    • Center Console Front Console With Armrest And Storage
    • Power Steering
    • Cargo Area 115v Power Outlet
    • Storage Door Pockets
    • Driver Seat Manual Adjustments: 4
    • Storage Cargo Tie-down Anchors And Hooks
    • Doors Rear Door Type: Barn
    • Center Console Locking
    • Safety Brake Pedal System
    • Fuel Economy Display Range
    • Rear Bumper Color Black
    • Passenger Seat Manual Adjustments: 4
    • Fuel Economy Display Mpg
    • Seats Premium Cloth Upholstery
    • Seatbelts Seatbelt Force Limiters: Front
    • Exterior Mirrors Spotter Mirror
    • Exterior Mirrors Power
    • Front Suspension Type: Double Wishbones
    • Trip Computer
    • Mirror Color Black
    • Front Seatbelts: 3-point
    • Front Suspension Classification: Independent
    • Traction Control
    • Energy Absorbing Steering Column
    • Windows Solar-tinted Glass: Front
    • Tail And Brake Lights Rear Center Brakelight
    • Body Side Reinforcements Side Impact Door Beams
    • Passenger Seat Folds Flat
    • Seatbelts Emergency Locking Retractors: Front
    • Front Suspension Type: Strut
    • Exterior Mirrors Manual Folding
    • Tachometer
    • Seatbelts Seatbelt Pretensioners: Front
    • Warnings And Reminders Maintenance Reminder
    • Seats Front Seat Type: Bucket
    • Daytime Running Lights
    • Front Headrests Adjustable
    • Suspension Rear Leaf Springs
    • Suspension Rear Twin-tube Gas Shock Absorbers
    • Suspension Front Spring Type: Coil Springs
    • Windows Front Wipers: Variable Intermittent
    • Towing And Hauling Trailer Hitch: Class I
    • Towing And Hauling Trailer Hitch: Bumper Hitch
    • Suspension Stabilizer Bar(s): Front
    • Suspension Front Shock Type: Twin-tube Gas Shock Absorbers
    • Suspension Stabilizer Bar(s): Rear

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    2013 Nissan NV Cargo Review

    This car review is specific to this model, not the actual vehicle for sale.
    2013 Nissan NV Cargo
    Nissan challenges Mercedes in the cargo van division.

     

    Introduction
    Nissan isn't afraid to push creativity and take chances, for example the Cube, Juke, and Murano Convertible. Quirky with an eye on function. A convertible SUV is a wonderful thing to have in the vehicle world.

     

    So is a cargo van you can walk around in. It's not exactly a new idea, bread trucks. Mercedes introduced the Sprinter in Europe in 1995; in 2000 it came to the U.S. badged Freightliner and Dodge, and now it's Mercedes again. It runs a few thousand dollars more than the Nissan NV, depending on the model. The Sprinter offers a four-cylinder turbodiesel engine, while the Nissan NV sticks to a V6 and V8.

     

    The Nissan NV uses the Titan powertrain, but not the chassis. A new ladder frame was built for the NV, signaling how serious Nissan is about bringing a challenger for not only the Sprinter, but Ford and Chevy, which dominate the straight cargo van market.

     

    The basic Nissan NV S is a steel box with water-repellent seats, hardboard trim, a fat useful center console, good audio system, wide-opening (243 degree) rear cargo doors, 57 integrated reinforced cargo mounting points, six floor-mounted D-rings, and 10 exterior roof rack mounting brackets.

     

    The high roof grows straight up by nearly two feet, increasing the height from 84 to 106 inches, and expanding cargo space by 38 percent, from 234 cubic feet to 324. If you need to stand up inside, this is it.

     

    For a few days we used our NV as a tow truck/race shop/parts bin/changing room. We didn't sleep in it, but it would be easy to do so. We can't think of anything it won't do, storage or comfort-wise. Other racers commented on the versatility and utility of the design.

     

    As a tow vehicle, it's impeccable. We towed 8500 pounds, and it couldn't have been smoother. We towed the trailer empty and hit 80 mph, still rock steady. The NV3500 is rated to tow 9500 pounds.

     

    Our NV3500 high roof had the optional navigation system, using a tidy 5-inch touch-screen we used frequently with satisfaction. Love the rearview monitor showing the tow-hitch ball, aiming perfectly for its spot under the cap on the trailer tongue, nailed it every time, piece of cake.

     

    Other options were $390 for side and roof-mounted airbags, and $460 for the tow package.

     

    The passenger vans are in another league. They can get plush. They carry 12 people in four rows of two, three, three, and four.

     

    The 5.6-liter V8 makes 317 horsepower and 385 foot-pounds of torque at 3400 rpm. The 5-speed automatic transmission shifts sharply and in all the right places. Its 3.54 final drive ratio balances good torque on freeway hills with good fuel mileage (the V6 has a 3.36 ratio). We got 11.9 mpg running hard on the freeway, towing our load. Without the trailer it was about 16 mpg. We set the cruise control at 62 mph on the level, and got 20 mpg. Impressive, for a big V8 with the aerodynamic exposure of the tall roof.

     

    The 4.0-liter V6 makes 261 horsepower and 317 foot-pounds of torque. We didn't drive one, but that sounds good for the half-ton 1500 and three-quarter-ton 2500 models. But the V6 torque peaks up at 5200 rpm, so we wonder about towing.

     

    The NV handles well. The steering is slow, unsurprisingly, but it's light for parking-lot turning. The good response on the road likely comes from the new boxed-in frame, and the rigidity it brings to the 146.1 inch wheelbase, which is 2 inches more than the Sprinter (which offers an extended model with a 170-inch wheelbase).

     

    The brakes are excellent, with four-wheel discs having rotors just over 14 inches. Our van wasn't equipped with a trailer brake unit, so a lot was asked of the discs, with four tons back there wanting to push the NV over a cliff. We paid attention to our driving, always thinking ahead. There was never a moment where the brakes didn't do their overtime job.

     

    Lineup
    The Nissan NV1500 ($25,350) is your basic cargo van, with a 261-hp 4.0-liter V6 engine and 5-speed automatic transmission. Standard equipment includes water-repellent seats with wear patches, multi-reflector halogen headlamps, 14-inch brake rotors front and rear, 17-inch steel wheels with LT245/70R17 tires, AM/FM/CD audio system, wide opening rear cargo doors, six floor-mounted D-rings in the cargo area, 57 reinforced cargo mounting points, 10 exterior roof rack mounting brackets, variable intermittent speed-sensitive windshield wipers, black bumpers and grille. The NV1500 SV ($26,990) adds styled wheels, chrome bumpers and grille, dual power mirrors, hardboard interior cargo panels, eight-way power drivers seat, rear sonar system, and power door locks.

     

    The NV2500 HD ($26,350) with standard roof or high roof ($28,900) offers a three-quarter-ton payload, comes with the SV wheels and adds a lockable center console with 12-volt outlet, storage tray under driver's seat, two more cupholders, dual power mirrors, rear door storage pocket, and two more cargo area lights. A 317-hp 5.6-liter V8 engine is optional ($900). The NV2500 HD SV ($27,990) has all the 1500 SV and 2500 HD equipment, plus two 120-volt AC outlets.

     

    The NV3500 HD ($28,950) with standard roof or high roof ($31,500) comes with the V8. Its one-ton payload takes slightly wider tires, and the final gear ratio is 3:54:1. The NV3500 HD SV ($30,590) includes the SV equipment above and adds two power outlets.

     

    Safety equipment includes Vehicle Dynamic Control, ABS with electronic brake distribution, energy-absorbing steering column, side door beams, and tire pressure monitor.

     

    There are also three NV 3500 passenger vans, seating 12 in four rows. The S uses the V6 ($31,990); the SV adds the V8 and a few small things ($34,190); and the SL adds primarily leather heated seats ($37,690).

     

    Safety equipment on the passenger models includes eight airbags, Vehicle Dynamic Control, ABS with electronic brake distribution, traction control, tire pressure monitor, rearview camera, and LATCH system for children.

     

    Walkaround
    The Nissan NV borrows the Titan pickup truck's nose, at least the grille parts, with sleek headlamps at the corners. The overall lines are nice, for a steel box. The hood swoops sideways down over the front fenders, and small flares high over the rear wheels, shape the block. Looks like a dumb box trying to fly.

     

    The high roof is another story, haha. It looks like a giant compressor has pumped the van full of air and stretched its scalp. It looks like it hurts. It attracts attention, people look it over. Sometimes they ask what it is. We got almost as many questions about our high-roof van as we do about hot cars.

     

    The high roof has to hinder acceleration and speed, but we didn't notice it. And it doesn't make the van feel top-heavy, despite the weight up there in the roof with its 10 bowed supports like rollbars, except they're not tubes so they're probably not going to hold up if your NV rolls down a mountainside. We were careful not to pitch it around.

     

    The grille comes off the Titan parts shelf. We prefer the looks of the minimalist S model, for its plain black grille and bumpers. The other models have chrome grilles that look fat. We understand about convenient parts. But a cargo van? Ask your dealer to paint the chrome grille black.

     

    Interior
    A cargo van is more than a big empty space with a rubber mat.

     

    The basic Nissan NV S comes with water-repellent seats with wear patches, a sturdy material that looks good in charcoal like ours. There's an AM/FM/CD audio system, intermittent speed-sensitive wipers, wide opening (243 degree) rear cargo doors, no less than 57 integrated reinforced cargo mounting points, six floor-mounted D-rings, and 10 exterior roof rack mounting brackets. The front passenger seat folds flat, with a tray in the seatback. The walls of the cargo van are trimmed with hardboard.

     

    The high roof lifts the ceiling by 22 inches and expands the cargo space by 38 percent, from 234 cubic feet to 324. There's 10 feet of cargo length behind the front seats. But it's more about whether or not you need to stand up inside, for what you plan to do with it. A six-footer can stand up in the back of the high roof NV, with 1.3 inches to spare, room for shoes. Being able to stand up is a great feature to have in the paddock.

     

    We took our NV3500 SV high roof to the track, to an endurance race in the rain, towing our Dan Gurney for President ChumpCar Mustang. It was cold as well as wet, and our space was so comfy that half the pits tried to cram and snuggle inside the tall Nissan. A campfire on the floor would have been nice. Holding a seven-lap lead, the Mustang blew its motor with one hour to go, and the truck was a good place to lick wounds. Great four-speaker sound system, blasting to forget.

     

    We took it to the track a second time, and it gave us more reasons to smile, serving as tow truck/race shop/parts bin/changing room. We didn't sleep in it, but it could be done easy. We can't think of anything it won't do, storage or comfort-wise. We used the giant center console like a small closet, and the giant grab handles at the rear doors every time.

     

    Our NV3500 was a winner at the Portland Rose Cup, towing the legendary Bandit, the historic '82 NASCAR Oldsmobile made famous in the book, 'Fast Guys, Rich Guys and Idiots' by Sam Moses. In the Wemme Trophy vintage race, biggest in the Northwest, the NV's car finished second in a field of 47, outrun only by an expertly driven Formula Atlantic car.

     

    Based on the admiration and compliments of other racers as to the versatility and utility of the design, we give the Most Admired Tow Rig award to our dark blue NV3500 with the chrome grille that blinds you in the sun, a dozen times a day at least, at a race.

     

    Our NV had $1235 in options, for rear door windows with privacy glass, floor mats, and mostly the $950 nav/audio system. We used the navigation frequently with satisfaction, a tidy 5-inch touch-screen. There's also satellite radio, am/fm/cd/mp3, USB port, Bluetooth and last but for sure not least, the rearview monitor that shows the tow-hitch ball, aiming perfectly for its spot under the cap on the trailer tongue, nail it every time. It's a godsend when you're used to doing it yourself, getting in and out of the truck three or four times.

     

    Add another $390 for side and roof-mounted airbags, and $460 for the tow package, including extendable outside chrome heated towing mirrors, two front tow hooks, tow mode transmission, Class IV hitch, 7-pin connector, brake controller, and heavy-duty battery.

     

    When you move up from the 1500 S to the NV 2500 S, you get standard lockable center console with 12-volt outlet, storage tray under driver's seat, two more cupholders, power mirrors, rear door storage pocket, and two more cargo lights. When you upgrade to the SV, you get hardboard interior cargo panels, 8-way power driver's seat, power door locks, and sonar system. Our rig had all these features and we appreciated them.

     

    The passenger vans are in another league. They can get plush. They carry 12 people in four rows of two, three, three, and four.

     

    Driving Impression
    As a tow vehicle, the Nissan NV3500 is impeccable. We towed a racecar and equipment weighing 4000 pounds inside a 22-foot enclosed trailer weighing 3500 pounds, and it couldn't have been smoother or steadier. We towed the trailer empty and hit 80 mph, still rock steady. The NV3500 is rated to tow 9500 pounds, more than the Mercedes Sprinter 3500.

     

    The 5.6-liter V8 makes 317 horsepower and 385 foot-pounds of torque at 3400 rpm, and that was ample for our load. The five-speed automatic transmission is programmed wisely, shifting in all the right places. With that 3.54 final drive ratio, balancing good torque on freeway hills and good fuel mileage (the V6 has 3.36), we got 11.9 mpg with our load, running hard on the freeway. Without the trailer it was more like 16. We set the cruise control at 62 mph on the level, and got 20. Quite impressive, given the aerodynamic exposure of the tall roof. There's a 28-gallon fuel tank, so you don't have to suffer the shock of $100 fillups too often.

     

    The 4.0-liter V6 makes 261 horsepower and 317 foot-pounds of torque. We didn't drive one, but that sounds good for the half-ton 1500 and three-quarter-ton 2500 models. But the V6 torque peaks up at 5200 rpm, so we wonder about towing.

     

    The NV uses the powertrain of the Titan pickup truck, but it has its own frame. A new super beefy ladder frame was built for the NV, signaling how serious Nissan is about bringing a challenger for not only the Sprinter, but Ford and Chevy vans too.

     

    We were surprised that a van of this size could handle so well. The steering is slow, unsurprisingly, but it's light for parking-lot turning. Although if you're parallel parking, lock-to-lock, you're turning the wheel 4.6 times, time for a naked-lady spinner knob (truck drivers from the '50s will remember). And don't try making a U-turn in any space less than 45.2 feet wide.

     

    The good response on the road likely comes from the new boxed-in frame, and the rigidity its nine cross members brings to the 146.1 inch wheelbase, which is 2 inches more than the Sprinter (which offers an extended model with a 170-inch wheelbase). And there are 12 body-on-frame mounts. The front suspension is independent double wishbone with twin tube shocks, the rear is a solid axle with leaf springs, twin tubes, and stabilizer bar.

     

    The brakes are excellent, with four-wheel discs having rotors just over 14 inches. Our van wasn't equipped with a trailer brake unit, so a lot was asked of the discs, with four tons back there wanting to push the NV over a cliff. We paid attention to our driving, always thinking ahead. There was never a moment where the brakes didn't do their overtime job.


     

    Summary
    The Nissan NV comes in many iterations, from stripped-down half-ton cargo van, to one-ton 12-seat passenger van. The V6 or V8 engine, 5-speed automatic transmission, responsive handling, and 14-inch disc brakes are all good. It's worth comparing to the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter. We were very pleased with the convenience and capability of the Nissan NV3500.

     

    Sam Moses filed this NewCarTestDrive.com report after his test drives of the Nissan NV3500 in the Pacific Northwest.

     

    Model Lineup
    Nissan NV1500 S ($25,350), NV1500 SV ($26,990); NV2500 HD ($26,350), high roof ($28,900), NV2500 HD SV ($27,990); NV3500 HD ($28,950), high roof ($31,500), NV3500 HD SV ($30,590); passenger vans seat 12 and are all 3500 series: S ($31,990), SV ($34,190), SL ($37,690).

     

    Assembled In
    Canton, Mississippi.

     

    Options As Tested
    privacy glass, including rearview mirror and rear window defroster ($190), floor mats ($95), side and curtain airbags ($390), tow package ($460), technology package with navigation and 5-inch touch-screen, AM/FM/CD1/MP3 sound system, satellite radio, USB port, and Bluetooth ($950).

     

    Model Tested
    Nissan NV3500 SV high roof ($32,700).The Nissan NV Cargo Van represents an alternative for those seeking a versatile work vehicle. Along with rugged body-on-frame construction and a comfortable front cabin area, it offers two roof heights, a sliding side door, full rear access, flexible storage and workspace solutions and over 300 cubic feet of available cargo capacity to meet commercial needs. The two-passenger rear-wheel drive NV Cargo NV1500 is available in two trim levels - S and SV. Power is provided by a 261-hp 4.0-liter V6 engine, paired with a five-speed automatic transmission. Standard equipment on the S grade includes 17-inch wheels, durable cloth upholstery, air conditioning and a CD player, while the SV grade adds chrome exterior elements, power mirrors and front windows, a power driver's seat, cruise control, remote keyless entry, rear parking sensors and a security alarm system. Available options include: a Tow Package with up to 9,500 pounds of hauling ability, a Rear Door Glass Package, and a Technology Package that incorporates Bluetooth wireless connectivity, a USB port, satellite radio and a navigation system with rearview monitor. All-new last year, the Nissan NV Cargo NV1500 carries over unchanged for 2013.


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