- Award-winning Nissan NV200 compact van is a key part of the company's push to become the world's leading LCV manufacturer
- Cumulative sales have topped 170,000 units, will reach 200,000 units by the end of fiscal year 2013
- The Nissan NV200 is the base vehicle for the specially designed and equipped New York City "Taxi of Tomorrow"
IRVINE, Calif. - Nissan's NV200 is on track to reach a sales milestone of 200,000 cumulative units by the end of the fiscal year.
The award-winning compact van is a key global growth vehicle for Nissan, which is seeking to become the world's leading manufacturer of LCVs by the end of fiscal year 2016 (April 2016-March 2017).
The Nissan NV200 is now sold in more than 40 countries after recent launches in the United States and South Africa. It offers outstanding cargo space and class-leading cost of ownership. Best performance for maneuverability, drivability and load accessibility are matched to attractive design.
The NV200 is the base vehicle for New York's "Taxi of Tomorrow." In Japan, the NV200 Vanette taxi makes an innovative contribution to the country's barrier-free public transportation infrastructure. Wheelchair users can roll on and off the vehicle through the rear door with no impediments.
The Nissan NV200 has won awards in many different parts of the world including 2010 International Van of the Year award in Europe and the 2010 Commercial Delivery Van (CDV) of the Year in China. It was awarded the 2011 Universal Design Award from Universal Design GMbH, a German organization dedicated to promoting the convergence of design and the emerging importance of customer needs, as well as the 2011 Universal Design Consumer's Favorite Award, making the first time in the automotive industry that one vehicle was awarded both accolades.
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