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Exceptional cabin space, comfort and options—324 seat configurations to be exact. The Nissan NV is redefining the concept of a passenger van.



Nissan of Keene is Proud to Introduce The All-New 2013 NV200 Compact Cargo for our customers in New Hampshire, Vermont, and Massachusetts.


The latest addition to our lineup of Nissan Commercial Vehicles boasts a Best-in-Class City and Combined 24MPG.  And with a 36.7ft turning diameter and responsive handling it’s perfect for tight city streets and even tighter parking spaces.


We have created a web page featuring exclusives photos, as well as video of the All-New 2013 NV200 Compact Cargo.

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Nissan of Keene in Keene, NH features Nissan Commercial Vehicles, Trucks, and Vans, serving New Hampshire, Vermont and Massachusetts


Mike Blaudschun recently became the Nissan Commercial Vehicles Manager at Nissan of Keene. Mike is now devoting his time exclusively to Commercial Vehicles customers. He is spending some of his time at the dealership- while the rest is spent on the road, bringing Nissan

Commercial Vehicles to potential new customers.

Mike has found that Nissan Commercial Vehicles customers are typically small business owners who don’t have much spare time- so he brings the vehicles to them. His travels have brought him to many parts of New Hampshire and Vermont, as well as Massachusetts. This week, for example, he brought vehicles to Rutland, Vermont and Peterborough, New Hampshire. “It’s fun traveling to different towns and meeting new people every day”, he says. “There’s nothing like it. The small business owners in this area are a some of the nicest people you could ever meet.”

“If you are looking for a commercial truck in VT, NH, or MA, and don’t have much time to waste- give me a call”, says Mike. “I’ll be happy to bring one to you. I think you will be very impressed.”

Mike can be reached at 800-777-7561, and his e-mail address is In addition, Nissan of Keene has a website devoted just to Nissan Commercial Vehicles. You can find it at NissanCommercialVehicles.US


Passenger Van
Nissan’s new model is called the NV3500 HD Passenger Van — it seats 12, is offered with a V-6 or V-8, and is available now at Nissan of Keene in Keene, NH now.

(Click   HERE to see the new Passenger Van at Nissan of Keene in Keene, NH.)

The passenger van is based on the standard commercial van. Among the available features  are leather seating surfaces, navigation system, XM satellite radio and rear-view camera.

Nissan gets a thumbs-up in terms of safety. Headrests are standard for all seating positions, and side curtain air bags are standard for all four rows of occupants. (Chevrolet, GMC and Ford do not offer these features.) Additionally, integrated seat belts are standard for all rear seating positions. That means there are no belts hanging from the ceiling or attached to an interior panel. Instead, each belt is incorporated into the seat.

The van’s second, third and fourth row seats are removable, and Nissan claims 324 seat configurations.

And here’s another thumb’s up: A common-sense solution for the fourth row beach seat. Nissan has a 50-50 split seat for the fourth row, which makes removal easier. It takes two adults to remove the heavy, bench seat in some other full-sized vans.

In terms of power, two engines are available: a 261-hp double-overhead cam 24-valve 4.0-liter V-6 with 281 pounds feet of torque and a 317-hp 5.6-liter double-overhead 32-valve V-8 with 385 pounds feet of torque.

Both engines have continuous valve timing control and are matched to a heavy-duty five-speed automatic transmission. A 28-gallon fuel tank is standard. Miles per gallon is not reported for vehicles having a gross vehicle weight above 8,500 pounds.

The Nissan NV3500 HD is assembled in Canton, Miss., and is available at Nissan of Keene in Keene, New Hampshire now.

“Since its introduction last spring, the Nissan NV van is proving itself in a wide range of commercial uses, from construction to delivery services, in both Standard Roof and High Roof body styles,” said Joe Castelli, vice president, Nissan Commercial Vehicles and Fleet, Nissan North America, Inc. (NNA). “The Nissan NV High Roof model is especially adaptable for food truck and catering use thanks to its 76.9-inch tall interior, which provides the flexibility for the mobile chefs to comfortably move around inside while creating their gastronomical delights.” 

The same can be said of the epicurean innovators behind two of Los Angeles’ most popular food trucks, The Grilled Cheese Truck and Coolhaus truck. Both companies are teaming with Nissan to combine their innovative takes on two food classics – grilled cheese sandwiches and ice cream sandwiches – with a pair of custom-outfitted Nissan NV vans.


The Grilled Cheese Truck, which has been featured on ABC’s Good Morning, America, the Food Network and in The New York Times, offers a menu ranging from “Plain and Simple Melts” and “Cheesy Mac and Rib” to “Bayou Melts” and “Dessert Melts.” The Coolhaus Truck, which has also been covered in the national media, offers handmade, uniquely flavored gourmet ice cream sandwiches with edible wrappers. 

The Nissan NV food truck concepts feature custom fold-out serving windows, work counters and full exterior graphics.

The Nissan NV food truck concepts feature custom fold-out serving windows, work counters and full exterior The Nissan NV is offered in three well-equipped models: NV1500, NV2500 HD, NV3500 HD and with a choice of two powerful yet fuel-efficient engines – a 4.0-liter V6 and 5.6-liter V8. Both are mated to a standard 5-speed automatic transmission. All three are available in New Hampshire, Vermont, and Massachusetts from Nissan of Keene, serving Nissan Commercial Vehicle customers in NH, VT, and MA.


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Nissan Commercial Vehicles @ Nissan of Keene, Keene NH

Nissan Commercial Vehicles NH

Nissan of Keene was recently chosen as one of only two dealerships in New Hampshire to offer the new Nissan Commercial Vehicles.

Earlier this month the dealership had a sneak peek at the new vehicles, as representatives from Nissan brought one for dealership personal to inspect and road-test in person. Naturally, photos were taken of the new Commercial Vehicles at the dealership, and they are now available to you online here —>

Based on a chassis similar to that of Nissan’s full-size Titan pickup, these vans represent an entirely new line of business for the automaker in the U.S. market. (Nissan of Keene will primarily serve customers in New Hampshire, Vermont, and Massachusetts.)

They are full-size (maxi) vans that come in three versions, the NV1500, NV2500HD and NV3500HD, and offer a choice of a V-6 or V-8 engine and either a standard-height roof or a raised roof that is high enough for someone 6-foot-3 to stand up inside.

The NV has a 120-inch cargo floor length and 70.2-inch maximum interior width. Standard models can accommodate cargo up to 55.8 inches, while those with the high roof can hold items up to 76.9 inches high. That also allows the interior to be configured as a mobile workspace, in which most people would be able to stand up without touching the ceiling

The dealership is very enthusiast about this new line of Nissan vehicles, which will be at the New Hampshire dealership in April. (Both Nissan Commercial Vans and Trucks are expected at that time.) Nothing quite like these vehicles were available before now, and Nissan of Keene is proud to offer this entirely new line. “A work vehicle that’s more than a van.”

Nissan of Keene employees discovered for themselves how these vans are easy to drive and maneuver through city traffic, even though they’re 20 inches longer than the E-series (formerly called Econoline) vans from Ford, sales of which account for 55 percent of the large-van market. The Nissan vans have a shorter turning radius than the Ford models. (Nissan brought examples of both for road-testing.)

Also different is the engine layout in the Nissan van. It has an engine compartment that sticks out in front of the vehicle as it does in a traditional pickup, while in the Ford and GM commercial vans, the engine sits under a large cover between the driver and front-seat passenger, severely limiting legroom for the passenger. In the industry, this cover is called a “doghouse.”

Contact Nissan of Keene and see how the way you drive your business can get a lot better.

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