Charleston Nissan simplifies commercial vehicle shopping with new online tools

NV Cargo Van comparisons highlight Nissan fleet options

CHARLESTON, S.C., Sept. 29, 2017 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- It's easier than ever for business owners to build the perfect vehicle fleet thanks to Charleston Nissan's new NV Cargo Van comparison pages. The research tools detail Nissan's many commercial vehicle options and the benefits of each. 

Nissan offers a variety of commercial vehicles, including the NV Passenger Van, NV200 Compact Cargo and NV Cargo Van lineup. Models like the NV Cargo Van are available in multiple configurations, roof styles, trims and engine options. Charleston Nissan's detailed research tools make it easy to compare the NV Cargo Van's many offerings, including towing capabilities, features, equipment and much more.  

Charleston Nissan's new pages include a 2017 Nissan NV1500 vs. NV2500 comparison and model research tools exploring features and capabilities of the 2017 Nissan NV200. The new online research tools complement Charleston Nissan's many commercial vehicle offerings that include a large selection of new vehicles and a helpful team of Nissan fleet experts. 

The dealership offers a variety of services to help business owners get the financing and support they need to build the perfect fleet. Charleston Nissan's has a dedicated team of Nissan commercial vehicle experts who can help car shoppers pick the perfect vehicles and outfit each model with the right business signage, equipment and much more.  

For more information about the dealership's many offerings, visit Charleston Nissan is located at 1714 Savannah Hwy in Charleston, South Carolina. The dealership offers a large selection of new, used and Certified Pre-Owned Nissan models in addition to financing and certified Nissan service.  

Media Contact: Ryan Downing, Charleston Nissan, 854-999-4741,

News distributed by PR Newswire iReach:


SOURCE Charleston Nissan



Business, Automotive


Automotive, Transportation, Trucking & Railroad, Trucking and Road Transportation

Need Help