Used 2019 Nissan NV200 Minivan Consumer Reviews

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LOVE MY VAN

Doug Crawford, 05/03/2019
SV 4dr Minivan (2.0L 4cyl CVT)
9 of 9 people found this review helpful

Great van outstanding MPG average 26.5 mpg, I use it for daily driver and camping trips, LOVE My Van!

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Love my van

BobbyG, 07/15/2019
SV 4dr Minivan (2.0L 4cyl CVT)
12 of 14 people found this review helpful

Yep, it’s just a little, four-cylinder engine, but’s it’s just a little van. It’s fun to drive, my 6’2” body fits fine, it’s easy to get in and out of, easy to load and goes a long way between fill-ups. Perfect for my small business needs as a working musician and sound company owner. I can get all the gear, I need for any of the bands I work with, in the van and still have room for a passenger. Working shows in crowded tourist areas is a breeze because it’s very easy to park, even though it doesn’t have side windows. The backup camera works great when parallel parking. The nav and entertainment system is easy to use and the factory speakers sound just fine. Bluetooth connectivity is easy and hands-free calling sounds very good on both ends. This was a great buy for me.

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2020 vision

NEWER REPLACEMENT, 09/05/2019
SV 4dr Minivan (2.0L 4cyl CVT)
8 of 9 people found this review helpful

2021 update: PANDEMIC-total miles in 2 years 7700 NO CHANGE IN REVIEW COVID19 isolation - 3000 total added miles - Battery discharged from lack of use. Spent much less on fuel and maintenance. Next replacement has been delayed at least another year. It's only one vehicle but it's still an impact on the economy. Replaced 2013 with 2019 and found it essentially unchanged. Totally satisfied but opted not to include power mirrors, remote locks and GPS. Miss the convenience of remote access but never needed GPS and after first setting mirrors, didn't need power adjust nor heaters. Still meets ALL my cargo needs UPDATE 2020 - Added 3rd party remote and purchased household indoor outdoor thermometer, ziptied sender in gas filler door and double faces taped the thermometer to dash. Display is reflective and difficult to see. Added digital stopwatch on stand in unused pocket at edge of dash. Also added LEDs to cargo area. Still very satisfied with van

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There are much better alternatives

Ron, 02/09/2019
SV 4dr Minivan (2.0L 4cyl CVT)
14 of 30 people found this review helpful

I have had the pleasure of driving many service vans, with exception to the Mercedes vans. If you are looking for a small city van, you can do much better with Ford Transit Connect or even the Ram ProMaster City. If you are still stuck on the Nissan NV200, get the SV outfitted with navigation and the passenger side door window. This van is extremely outclassed in all areas by the Ford and Ram vans. The best things about this van is the Bluetooth connectivity and radio. HVAC is lackluster unless it is 50 to 60 degrees F, then it is just OK. Instrumentation is terrible. There is an accurate speedometer, a useless tachometer, and a tiny digital fuel gauge. The tachometer is useless in this van, as there are only two distinct RPMs this 6500 RPM redline engine turns, 5000 and 2000. 5000 RPM for acceleration and 2000 RPM for trying to maintain speed. The CVT transmission wails like siren, literally; unsynchronized transmissions are more quiet. Acceleration is best summed up by comparing this to a race with a snail; bet on the snail for the win. Outward visibility is great, as long as you just look out of the windshield, it is recommended to splurge and get the passenger side door window. The seats are just slightly better than concrete benches, although there are plenty of adjustments, a comfortable position cannot be found. Steering feel is rubbery, and there is extreme torque steer upon acceleration. The best thing about the NV200 is its size, which is really nice in tight urban areas. I cannot recommend this vehicle especially with Ford and Ram offering better vans for not much more.

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Peice of crap...

Jim grey, 05/17/2020
SV 4dr Minivan (2.0L 4cyl CVT)
3 of 10 people found this review helpful

The breakes are bad....you can’t see well when making right turns and no power in the engine

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