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Old 11-18-2008, 01:08 PM   #1
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Default Nissan looks to enter the commercial van market

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Nissan has released a preview sketch of a commercial van concept that will debut at the 2009 Detroit Auto Show. The concept is called the NV2500.

Although no details are available yet, it appears the company is preparing to field a commercial van entry. Generally regarded as sleepy backwater of the U.S. new vehicle market, commercial vans can soldier on for decades with only minor changes. Obviously, this is an area that's ripe for new entries.

The most recent has been the Dodge (Freightliner) Sprinter, which stepped in a few years ago and allowed the old Dodge Ram Van—a relic that traced its lineage back to the Nixon era—to finally retire. Ford has indicated that it will soon start selling the Transit Connect, a compact model from Europe, alongside its aged E-series big vans.

This Nissan appears to be sized between the Transit and the Sprinter (also European design, but one that's much larger). We'll know more in January, when Nissan reveals more about the NV2500.
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