Fu­el­ing for­ward

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and ex­tra­or­di­nary mileage un­doubt­edly have a lot to do with its sta­tus in Oman. The ve­hi­cle’s com­bi­na­tion of no­table mileage, low run­ning costs and di­ver­sity have been help­ing sul­tanate’s large and small busi­nesses de­liver on time and on bud­get.”

The stan­dard body NV350 Ur­van comes in three vari­ants, the panel van in man­ual trans­mis­sion and the 13-seater bus comes in both man­ual and au­to­matic trans­mis­sion. Nis­san

NV350 Ur­van’s low op­er­at­ing cost and pow­er­ful fuel-ef­fi­cient en­gines is one of its great­est plus points. In view of the de­mand for qual­ity trans­port ser­vice and de­liv­ery in the coun­try’s swiftly pro­gress­ing busi­ness environmen­t, the NV350 Ur­van rep­re­sents fully flex­i­ble, spa­cious, func­tional and re­li­able fea­tures.

New at­tributes

Some of its out­stand­ing new fea­tures in­clude large slid­ing doors that open high and wide to make it easy for pas­sen­gers to board and exit. The NV350 Ur­van has rear air con­di­tion­ing vents for each seat which pro­vides ef­fi­cient cool­ing so that all pas­sen­gers can ride in com­fort.

The ve­hi­cle’s auto door clo­sure al­lows cus­tomers to re­lease the slide-door once it has closed half­way. It is also equipped with stylish slide win­dows that are de­signed to be smart and con­ve­nient.

The NV350 Ur­van’s QR25DE en­gine takes ad­van­tage of lat­est tech­nol­ogy to achieve fuel econ­omy. Com­bined with a 5-speed au­to­matic trans­mis­sion, the en­gine ro­tates at lower speed and makes less noise while driv­ing at high speed. Smooth and re­spon­sive ac­cel­er­a­tion from a start to high-speed driv­ing is also re­al­ized with a power of 144HP/5600RPM and a torque of 21.7 Kg-M/4400 RPM.

Am­ple load ca­pac­ity

The NV350 Ur­van of­fers am­ple load ca­pac­ity and the in­te­rior lay­out makes max­i­mum use of the larger cargo space for both oc­cu­pants and cargo. For ex­am­ple, a fold­ing seat is adopted so that a long item can be loaded.

Func­tional in­te­rior styling that gives a feel­ing of spa­cious­ness. Smooth ingress/egress re­alised by op­ti­mized po­si­tion­ing of the hand grips for both driver’s and front seats and en­larged dis­tance be­tween the seat and steer­ing wheel. Wider driver’s seat slid­ing range and the adop­tion of tilt steer­ing help pro­vide a roomy, com­fort­able cock­pit. Easy-toread and high-pre­ci­sion Fine Vi­sion Me­ter com­bines with a Multi-Func­tional Dis­play, which pro­vides the driver with real-time fuel ef­fi­ciency in­for­ma­tion, in­di­ca­tion shift tim­ing, as well as odome­ter and trip me­ter data.

Lux­ury fea­tures

Ur­van stands out with ad­vanced fea­tures such as multi-func­tional dis­play on the dash­board pro­vid­ing driv­ers with real-time fuel ef­fi­ciency in­for­ma­tion, in­di­cat­ing shift tim­ing as well as odome­ter and trip me­ter data. It also comes with a gear box lo­cated on the in­stru­ment panel, an ex­tended seat slide range, tilt steer­ing func­tion, all re­de­fined mak­ing the cock­pit area func­tional and easy to use. The ve­hi­cle also comes with ad­vanced fea­tures like key­less en­try sys­tem with alarm but­ton (op­tional) and lower cen­tre tray that can hold two - 500ml drink bot­tles and fea­tures a vent from the air con­di­tioner to help keep drinks cool.

Cost of own­er­ship

The NV350 Ur­van sig­nif­i­cantly im­proves on pre­vi­ous gen­er­a­tions with best-in-class fuel ef­fi­ciency for all mod­els, thereby lead­ing to lower run­ning costs apart from en­hanced driver and pas­sen­ger con­ve­nience. The NV350 Ur­van is also thought­ful in de­liv­er­ing safety to the driver through its stan­dard Driver Airbag of­fer­ing.

Nis­san pur­sues in­no­va­tion as part of its ‘Safety Shield’ con­cept, an ad­vanced, proac­tive ap­proach to safety is­sues based on the idea that cars should help pro­tect peo­ple. This ap­proach pro­vides var­i­ous mea­sures to help the driver and pas­sen­gers bet­ter avoid dan­gers in ways that are op­ti­mised to each of a wide range of cir­cum­stances that the ve­hi­cle may be in, from ‘risk has not yet ap­peared’ to ‘post-crash’.

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