The Nissan NV350, also known as the Nissan Caravan in Japan, is a light commercial van designed for use as fleet vehicle or cargo van. Making its local debut back in 2014, the 14-seater people mover is now in its sixth generation. A facelifted model was subsequently introduced in 2018 which brings along revised exterior and updated interior. In order to disrupt the dominance of Toyota Hiace, Nissan recently introduced the MPV Nissan NV350 Urvan in the Philippines. Inside the cabin, passengers get individual reclining seats wrapped in gray suede, in harmony with the black and gray dashboard. To ensure comfort, the Nissan NV350 Urvan is equipped with 14 AC vents attached to the roof. The safety factor is not left behind with the presence of SRS Airbags, seat belts for each passenger, child lock on sliding doors, brake assist with ABS.
A Nissan Caravan is a van used as a fleet or cargo vehicle since 1973. Outside of Japan, Caravans are sold under the names Nissan Urvan, Nissan King Van, or Nissan Homy. Since its release in June 2012, the NV350 Caravan has received high customer ratings for its superior fuel economy, design features, cargo space and advanced equipment offerings, achieving cumulative registrations of approx. 12,000 units at the end of November in just five months after its launch. As the latest edition of the NV350 model family, the wide version features a dynamic and wider body design and more cabin space. The vehicle is available in microbus or van models, providing even more options for the NV350 lineup. The 5th generation Urvan was launched on October 27, 2017 in Philipines, with an all-new design for the front of the vehicle.
The Nissan NV350 Urvan price in the Philippines starts at P1,162,000.00. The lowest price is the Nissan NV350 Urvan Cargo, ranging all the way up to the Nissan NV350 Urvan 2.5 Premium AT priced at P1,866,000.00.