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Nissan NV Cargo Van Serves as a ‘Mobile Office’

February 29, 2012

In a Q&A with Mike Hobson, director of marketing for Nissan commercial vehicles, by The Smart Van, the Nissan NV Cargo Van was described by Hobson as “unique” and “different” with the aim to “really hit the customer targets.”

Hobson said that one of the key purposes of the Nissan NV Cargo Van was to make a “mobile office” for customers that practically live out of their vehicle. The van includes a large central console with 110-volt power ports, lockable storage for laptops and even hanging file folders.

Nissan will be coming out with the NV200 Compact Cargo Van and will join the Nissan Commercial Vehicle lineup in early 2013.

For the full Q&A from The Smart Van, click on the URL: http://thesmartvan.com/blog/2012/02/28/21538/designing-the-perfect-van-q-and-a-with-nissans-mike-hobson/

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