Nissan NV200 to hit 200,000 sales mark by end of fiscal year

Article by Anita Panait, on September 3, 2013

The Nissan NV200 is on pace to achieve a sales milestone of 200,000 cumulative units by the end of the current fiscal year ending March 2014. Nissan is now selling the award-winning compact van in over 40 countries following recent introductions in the United States and South Africa. The Nissan NV200 features excellent cargo room as well as class-leading cost of ownership.

It also boasts of being maneuverable and drivable as well as having an attractive look. The Nissan NV200 is the base vehicle for New York's "Taxi of Tomorrow." The NV200 Vanette taxi also provides significant contribution to Japan’s barrier-free public transportation infrastructure, as it allows wheelchair users to get in and get off through the rear door with no impediments.

Nissan considers the NV200 as a key global growth vehicle as it bids to become the leading LCV maker in the world by the end of fiscal year ending March 2017.

The Nissan NV200 boasts of a number of global accolades like 2010 International Van of the Year award in Europe and the 2010 Commercial Delivery Van (CDV) of the Year in China. It also earned the 2011 Universal Design Award from Universal Design GMbH, as well as the 2011 Universal Design Consumer's Favorite Award.

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