Used 2012 NissanNV2500 HD S

  • VIN: 1N6BF0LY6CN117885
  • Stock: 50688A
Odometer
112,006 miles
Exterior Color
Other
Interior Color
Black
Body/Seating
Cargo Van/2 seats
Transmission
5 speed automatic
Drivetrain
rear-wheel
Engine
4 4.0L V6 DOHC 24V
Nissan NV2500 HD
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Detailed Specifications

Dealer Notes

Clean CARFAX. 2012 3D Cargo Van Nissan NV2500 HD RWD S High Roof Tuscan Sun 5-Speed Automatic


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KBB.com Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
Overall5Out of 5
  • Reliable work truck

    By Hot Rod on Saturday, February 10, 2018

    5.0
    Bought this Brand New Dec.2013 for my tile cleaning business. I love the fact that i start the truck and go. NO Problems. SUPer Reliable.
  • I like my NV2500 SV V6 so far, some reservations

    By DoubleD on Tuesday, May 31, 2011

    4.0
    With under 1,000 miles on the odometer the NV is almost everthing promised. Since Nissan doesn't post MPG on commercial vehicles I thought it might be helpful to oters to know that my NV2500 SV with the 4.0 V6 gets between 16- 17 mpg (better than my 5.4 F150 Supercrew) with a mix of local and highway miles. The interior is very nice compared to the E150, although, if you're alergic to plastic you're in trouble. The reason my "Value", "Quality," and "Overall" ratings are 3's and 4's relate to exterior fit and finish. If you are considering buying one of these vans be sure to check the finish on the roof. While watertight, spotwelds are visible on the roof (through the paint), seams in the various sections of roof look a little "forced", and locations where the roof rack brackets attach to the roof (on my van) are down-right sloppy. There are large amounts of what appears to be the sealant "goop" spread throughout the channel containing the roof brackets, and this entire mess is painted over. While functionally the roof does it's job, and because of it's out-of-sight it may not be a big deal to some buyers, but it just seems sloppy for a new vehicle. Hopefully Nissan will address these quality issues. The final issue relates to any new vehicle I suppose, but, be sure that any options that you want on the vehicle are installed at the factory not by the dealer (if possible). In my case, I wanted the rear door glass package and shock-sensors on the van, and was told that they could be added later (they would arrive in "about 2 weeks"). Well, after 3 weeks they are still not available, and it is unclear when they will become available, at what price, and whether they will be as good as the factory installed options (i.e.,whether or not the windows will have defrosters, etc.). All in all I like my NV. Once the options I want are installed it should serve it's purpose for the next 8- 10 years. We'll see...
  • Hands down best work van ever made!

    By Big fan on Friday, March 23, 2012

    5.0
    I have owned the van for four months now and have now complaints at all! I that time I have put over 15000 miles on the NV1500 and it is alot smoother then the ford or chevy that I have driven owned in the past. If they can build enough of them this will take the place of the Ford and Chevy models now offered. They have not left anything out on this Van. Now with eveything there are good and bad points. The good is ride, gas milage, power, space, looks(everyone wants to know what it is?), and the rear doors make loading and unloading much easier. Now the only bad thing I have found so far is the ladder rack mounting points. They offer alot of different options put the rear one is not back far enough. It is hard to put large ladders on the van without scratching the roof. Besides that I would recomends this to anyone loking at buying a new work van.

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