New Nissan NVP for Sale in Weatherford, TX
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Nissan’s 2016 NVP may be the closest a vehicle has ever come to being self-descriptive. When Nissan came out with the name the “N” of course stood for the company name, “V” for van and “P” for passenger. Many feel that Nissan missed the mark this time, not with the design or performance of the vehicle but by simply giving it the wrong title. MVP would have saved a mouthful of words and been perfect to describe the Most Valuable Player in the passenger van category. Just ask Vincentric who made the right call with “the Best Fleet Value in America.” When you are the best in America you can’t help but being the MVP and the NVP is all that and more. With mind-blowing performance in both the V8 or V6 engine options, the Nissan NVP is a franchise player for anybody who needs to haul everybody on a regular basis. When people are your cargo nothing but the best will do, and the 2016 Nissan NVP is the commercial equivalent of the Mona Lisa in its class. The word “masterpiece” would have also fit into that “MVP” opportunity for namesake which may be the only thing that “got away” from Nissan since they started making cars back in 1914. Masterpiece would have been a little “light” because there are several great works which fall under that label, and Mona Lisa wouldn’t be frowning if she had been delivered on a mini-outing with a group of her co-workers in Nissan’s version of transportation beauty. Her MVP experience could have easily changed art as we know it by grinning from ear to ear after being pampered across the miles by the excellent ride which separates the 2016 Nissan NVP far ahead of the crowd.
It All Starts with a Sketch:
Great art in auto engineering starts out with a concept and a few cleverly crafted drawings. Today the blueprints to perfection are far more advanced with technology that makes the introduction of CAD look like a horse and buggy. Conception and design for comfortably fitting 12 passengers perfectly under one roof in a moving vehicle normally aren’t pretty. Leave it to Nissan’s create genius of a design team to come up with water-resistant seating surfaces, slide out cup holders, map lights, front seat work desk, multi-functional lockable center console and a heating and cooling system that keeps everyone happy. If you think for a second that the small details are not what takes anything to the next level, think again. Creating an environment that makes for happy passengers and drivers with a few little extras that people take for granted in a sedan is the secret to success for a world class passenger van.
A Heart Like A Lion:
To earn Nissan’s Badge of Courage the NVP had to do a whole lot more than taking a field trip with a little girl and her dog in one of the weirdest environments ever created. Testing over 800,000 miles was done on roads that were anything but “yellow brick” and consisted of a battery of abuse that made the Scarecrow scene with the flying monkeys look like a family trip to Disney. The engineers may have been able to up the passenger load to 25 or 30 if they were dealing with Munchkins but in the hard, cruel world of reality that was disallowed. The 2016 Nissan NVP was beaten up regularly for 7,000 miles of mile-by-mile quality and durability testing that left it standing tall and proud when lesser vehicles would have crumpled into a pile headed for the salvage yard. After that display of pure toughness, they realized that had something very special in a commercial passenger van.
Speaking of Heart:
If your needs are like everyone else who relies on getting the most value for every single dollar of operating overhead the V6 engine is a smart choice. Everyone knows when you are carting around 12 people at a time a couple of miles per gallon might make the difference between a great year-end bonus or a free generic turkey and a pat on the back. All business owners want to hand out big bonus checks because that means the hard work and effort toward working smart and hard will carry over into the new year and maybe find enough in the budget to add a few more new Nissan NVPs to take further advantage of that best fleet value in America. If you are getting top value and exceptional performance then your vehicles are doing everything they can to get you home to the land of record profits. The V6 4.0 liter DOHC 24 valve engine delivers 261 horsepower and 281 lb-ft of torque and puts fuel savings back into company operating accounts that might come in handy. On the other hand, the V8 5.6 liter DOHC 32 valve version of the engine has 385 lb-ft of torque, and it is as strong as the day is long.
The True Power Comes From Making 12 People Comfortable and Safe:
Nissan has established the power from the engines, but they understand it is only a small part of the battle. If you want headaches and hassles every day, all day, then try and cut corners on comfort and see what happens. Nissan lives by that philosophy and refuses to deliver any vehicle that is not comfort-ready and fully safety-smart for any commercial passenger application. Nissan realizes that history has taught engineers that there is a lot more importance to keep the passengers as the top priority than to just show off with fireworks and flair of a new invention. If you don’t think they are right, take a quick look at the most impressive design ever and remember they forgot to think about the people and simply give them enough lifeboats. Nissan does not make foolish mistakes of Titanic proportion – they put each person who steps into their vehicles first over everything else.
Getting In and Out:
When it comes to a dozen passengers getting in and out safely and without incident is paramount. Nissan’s entry to the NVP is spacious and people-friendly and once they step inside the experience turns toward comfort and consistency in ride. The seats are firm enough to remain spine-friendly for longer trips which often result in passenger discomfort for lesser vans. With two-floor heater vents per row and overhead AC vents in each row, all four rows of humanity can coexist in harmony. As previously mentioned above it is the “little things” which make the biggest impact on passenger satisfaction, and there is no shortage of those creature comforts here in the Nissan NVP. As far as safety the Nissan technology makes that group which talks about being “good hands” kind of people seems clumsy by placing eight airbags strategically throughout the interior, allowing braking technology to kick in with ABS and the smart sensing Electronic Brake Force that measures the weight onboard and stops accordingly. Vehicle Dynamic Control keeps the vehicle from losing control during turns by adjusting the brakes to avoid over-steering and under-steering. Largest brakes in class, a state of the art zone body construction, LATCH with lower anchors and tethers for children and much more. Nissan has equipped the 2016 NVP with plenty of performance, comfort, and convenience but they made certain that the “lifeboat count” philosophy toward safety always comes first.
Counting on the Needs Of Your Many:
After over a century of doing this thing called car-building at its finest Nissan understands that when your business relies on safely and comfortably transporting many people each day that their role is to give you the peace of mind in knowing that they are in the best vehicle they can be for their complete riding experience. With the 2016 Nissan NVP transporting the many has never been completed more safely and efficiently.