Since it first debuted in 1973, the Caravan has been highly rated as a full-fledged, versatile commercial vehicle that can be used not only for business but also for hobbies or leisure, with its basic performance as a commercial vehicle continuously improved throughout four previous model generations. In Kenya the Nissan Caravan commercial capabilities have won it many fans in the Matatu industry.
The latest generation Caravan comes with a host of new improvements key among them being new economical engines. Now why the initials NV350; well the NV stand for Nissan Van while the 350 stands for stands for the total weight of the van which is 3.5 tonnes. The van can carry a gross weight of 1.25 tonnes.
|Comfortable 14 Seats with enough leg room|
|Nissan NV350 Commuter|
|Wide Body extra storage space in the back|
|Seat back pockets|
|Large door for easier entry and exit|
|Powerful front bi-xenon headlights|
|Nissan NV350 Wide Body Van|
|Rear seats that can fold to accommodate long item|
|Comfortable front seats|
|Imposing angled strut grill|