If you're set on the Nissan NV200, you should check out the Chevrolet City Express.
They're the same van, and while they're priced about the same on paper, one dealership may be more willing to negotiate than another.
While the NV200 does haul more than the short wheelbase version of the Ford Transit Connect, the extended version of that van—and those offered by Ram and Mercedes-Benz—offer far more capability.
That said, those models are also pricier, so if you're just in need of light duty hauling, the NV200 may suit your needs perfectly.
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|2017 Nissan NV200Browse Used Listings||2017 Ford Transit ConnectBrowse Used Listings||2017 Mercedes-Benz MetrisBrowse Used Listings|
|23 MPG City / 26 MPG Hwy||20 MPG City / 24 MPG Hwy|
|Regular Unleaded I-4||N/A||Intercooled Turbo Premium Unleaded I-4|
|I4 S||N/A||Standard Roof 126" Wheelbase Worker|
|Front Wheel Drive||N/A||Rear Wheel Drive|
|Compact Cargo Van||N/A||Worker Cargo Van|
|CVT w/OD||N/A||Automatic w/OD|
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|2017 Nissan NV200 vs. 2017 Ford Transit Connect||2017 Nissan NV200 vs. 2017 Mercedes-Benz Metris|