The 2012 Nissan NV3500 Van comes in several trims and is also available in smaller NV1500 and NV2500 variants. Starting price for the base 3500 model is $28,550, and the highest starting price (for the most luxurious 2012 Nissan NV High Roof 3500 V8 SV, with Sliding Glass Door Package starts at $32,700). The HD 3500 trim has a starting price of $30,150 and comes with excellent standard features- especially its safety features. Compared to the lighter models, it can haul heavier and larger amounts of materials. The HD trim is a part of the SV trim class, which is higher than the base S model. The SV adds several features to the S trim- including an 8-way adjustable driver's seat, power windows and side-mirrors, a Tire Pressure Monitoring System, a four-speaker audio system, cruise control, chrome exterior trim, and the choice of a standard or a high roof. A navigation system, privacy glass, satellite radio, heated exterior mirrors, telematics, vinyl seating, and side airbags.
As far as standard safety features go, the 2012 Nissan NV3500 HD Van features more than enough, including stability and traction control, four-wheel antilock brake, four-wheel antilock brakes, front disc and rear drum brakes, a driver air bag, an alarm and anti-theft system, and an optional rearview camera. A V6 or V8 engine is available (a 5.6-liter V8 comes standard), but you won't find as many power options for the NV3500 as other full-size vans on the market. The van is equipped with a five-speed automatic transmission, as well. The high roof is perhaps this van's greatest offering- as drivers haven't seen an available high-roof on non-luxury vans before now. The NV3500 is equipped with an interesting truck-looking front end, and it's one of Nissan's most researched projects ever. In review, this full-size van is sure to appeal to drivers due to its excellent features and price.
In review, Nissan's NV3500 van is a great choice for those drivers looking for both work practicality and a large amount of comfort. The NV's gracious offerings and options put it at the top of today's full-size van market, and its price assures that it stays there. It's clear to drivers that Nissan has been very involved in perfecting this van since its debut in the 2011 model year. It combines the best features available, and it does so in a way that's sure to please drivers everywhere- be it a large family group or a company that's in need of comfortable cargo room.