A full-size van is longer and stronger van than a minivan. Like all vans, full-size vans are boxy road vehicles designed for the transportation of goods, services, and people. Originally using the name full-size van to market the new van class in North America, full-size vans were introduced during the 1960s for the sole purpose to move objects between places. A full-size van has easy access between the driver seat and the cargo space in the back. It also features a sliding door to go in and out of the van quickly.

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Nissan NV200 (2010)
Illustration of a Nissan NV200 Van from the side profile view

The Nissan NV200 (2010) was designed in three versions for commercial and passenger use by incorporating more space, comfort, and practicability into a van. It is lightweight with 4 to 5 doors and can be used for leisure activities. The primary attribute of the van is the large cargo area and ample passenger space that users find to be a smart convenience and offer outstanding utility.

The Nissan NV200 (2010) has an overall length of 15.5' (4.73 m), wheelbase of 9.6' (2.93 m), a width of 5.7' (1.73 m), and height of 6.1' (1.87 m).

The Nissan NV200 (2010) was designed in three versions for commercial and passenger use by incorporating more space, comfort, and practicability into a van. It is lightweight with 4 to 5 doors and can be used for leisure activities. The primary attribute of the van is the large cargo area.

The Nissan NV200 (2010) has an overall length of 15.5' (4.73 m), wheelbase of 9.6' (2.93 m), a width of 5.7' (1.73 m), and height of 6.1' (1.87 m).

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