2018 Nissan NV Passenger


New Nissan van is on the way. Drivers can’t wait to see what it could bring, but according to early information, there will be numerous surprises. For example, beside standard model, we can expect to see 2018 Nissan NV Passenger in all electric version. Also, there is hybrid option and diesel van. Furthermore, interior gets few updates, boosting comfort and making drive easier. Changes are ready for exterior. Addition of some details, vehicle becomes more attractive. We can hear that NV Passenger is going to be longer and wider.

2018 Nissan NV Passenger

2018 Nissan NV Passenger new platform

New 2018 Nissan NV Passenger will use new platform, making it more comfortable. Concept delivers longer wheelbase, which means vehicle is going to be larger. That is good in many ways. First of all, there will be more room for legs in all four rows. Furthermore, more space is available for storage area. Interior layout can seat 12 passengers. Fourth row of seats can take 4 persons, while second and third are with three positions for travelers. This is the major redesign since 2011, and soon we can expect new generation of the van.

2018 Nissan NV Passenger interior

2018 Nissan NV Passenger engine

It is still early to know many details about upcoming van. While all drivers are waiting for official info from the company, rumors are informing about 4.0-l V-6 drivetrain. Paired with 5-speed automatic transmission, this drivetrain can deliver 260 horsepower and 280 pound-feet of torque. Nevertheless, this is not the only power source which could take position under the hood of the 2018 Nissan NV Passenger. Van could get a power boost from 5.6-l unit. This V-8 engine can make 320 hp and almost 400 lb-ft of torque. The last, but not less interesting is e-NV200. This is version of NV Passenger uses only electric power, and could be part of 2018 season lineup.

2018 Nissan NV Passenger rear

2018 Nissan NV Passenger release date

Our sources say that 2018 Nissan NV Passenger is in final phase of development. Fans can expect this van very soon. However, plans of the company are another mystery. We still don’t know when will be final premiere, but appearance in dealerships should happen late this year. Model will keep current level of value, and it is around $34,000 for models with least equipment.

2017 Nissan e-NV200

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  1. Will the 2018 nv be available in 4×4 version?

    1. The 2018 Nissan NV Passenger will not be available in the 4×4 version.

      1. bugger, how do we get these 4×4? living in MI it’s a must if primary vehicle

        1. Plenty of after market guys doing conversions. Google it.

  2. Will the gray interior be offered in leather and also will there be a darker interior like charcoal or black ?

    1. The gray interior will be offered in leather.

      1. Excellent thank you so much also will there be a darker interior like charcoal or black please

        1. It’s hard to say at this moment. We will have to wait for the presentation of the new model.

  3. Will the seats recline at all?
    Will each seat be separate or single and bucket seats still? Also will there be more outlets/USB ports?

  4. Does anyone have a picture of the new exterior design of the 2018 Nissan Passenger Van?

  5. If 4×4 will not be available, will AWD be available?

    1. No, only rear-wheel drive.

      1. That defeats the purpose of so many buying you van when we live out in the countey in the mountains. I really wanted it as a family van. I live off road and need 4×4 just to get out to my house. You guy should offer it in 4×4.

  6. I totally agree Audree and black leather would be nice as well.

  7. I have had Nissan 4x4s since the late 90s. With a family of 6 having a 4×4 in winter is a must. Its too bad Nissan is forcing people to go to a much more expensive 4×4 conversion after market company and not just offering one themselves. I now must look at the suburban or expedition. Too bad!

  8. Like every thing on my van but would like mirror on passenger visor and 4X4. Why is nissan holding back with 4×4 so long and adding things like 7 speed trans. Get it i want 4×4

  9. How about a push button start and a powered sliding door?

    1. According to the information available so far, this is unlikely.

  10. 4×4 would be huge selling factor

  11. When will 2018 be available at the dealership?

    1. Very soon, in the first quarter of 2018.

  12. It sounds like you may are developing the 2018 Nissan passenger van on the Titan platform. If that’s true, you already have a great 4×4 base. Why not offer the NV passenger van in 4×4?

    1. The Nissan NV Passenger shares its platform with the first generation Nissan Titan pickup and Armada SUV.

    2. Since you’re not going to have a 4×4 Nissan NV van, I’ll have to cross you of my list and move onto looking at Chevy Suburban and Ford Expedition EL. It’s really a shame you don’t take a few of the Titans truck bases and put the van body on to it. You would have an industry exclusive!

  13. I don’t see why Nissan is holding out on 4×4 for this van, especially when the van is already built on the Nissans 4×4 Titan pickup truck platform. I live in the North East part of the US, and our winters are horrible, and I drive a 4×4 Toyota Sequoia to haul my growing family to and from their destinations; family has grown now, I literally need a vehicle to move up to 10 people now, and the Sequoia just doesn’t provide for that. I would buy a brand new Nissan NV in 4×4 in 2018 if offered as an option, thats for sure.

  14. P.S. In 2019, Subaru is coming out with a larger AWD vehicle. I think its going to be called the Ascent. It will have several seating reconfiguration to include seating for 8. Certainly, might be an option since Nissan won’t give us a 4×4 van.

  15. I agree with all the 4×4 demands. Find a need and fill it. Nissan you are missing a large sale market. Foolish

  16. I live in Denver Colorado and their are a lot of hills to and from. I drive a 15 passenger 6.0 liter with a 14 foot tandem axle cargo trailer daily and its like a sled on them rush hour winter roads. I don’t trust 3rd party 4×4 conversion places due to their warranties. I would prefer a 4×4 strait from the factory. Mercedes 4×4 has a sticker shock, ford has no power and cant tow to my needs, Chevy can tow has all the power but I have to resort to 3rd party 4×4 and Chevy seats are bench with no head rest and the seat belt configuration come off the wall and gets in the way of passengers getting in and out. All Nissan needs is 4×4 and it will have the best seating, towing, and the 4×4 option. Not even going to ask to put that new Cummins in the NV because if Nissan cant do a basic 4×4 they wont even think about the new diesel they put in their Nissan Titan trucks XD. Oh and if Nissan made a crew cab diesel 4×4 LONG BED truck I think it would sell well.

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