2021 Ram ProMaster vs 2021 Nissan NV
When you decided to buy a new work van, two choices, the 2021 Ram ProMaster and the 2021 Nissan NV, came to mind. For your business to succeed around Fenton and Grand Blanc, Michigan, you need the right set of wheels. LaFontaine Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram of Fenton will show you how both vans measure up below.
Ram ProMaster vs Nissan NV: Storage
In the Ram ProMaster, you get plenty of space to store your gear and wares. It comes with a cargo volume of 259 cubic feet and a best-in-class payload of 4,680 pounds. With the standard setup, you can tow more than 5,000 pounds when properly equipped. The cargo width in your van spans 75.6 inches for enough space.
The Nissan NV provides you with only 234.1 cubic feet of cargo volume and less payload at 3,720 pounds. This van’s standard configuration only tows 2,000 pounds when properly equipped. Your cargo width reaches 70.2 inches.
Both the Ram and Nissan provide you with upfits designed to accommodate your specific business. The Ram provides you with dedicated upfits for delivery/catering, agriculture, HVAC, plumbing, telecom, construction, and electrical. The Nissan carries most of these upfit options for you too.
Ram ProMaster vs Nissan NV: Seating Options
While both the Ram and the Nissan give you 4-way adjustable front seats, only the Ram supplies available heating elements for your seats. Plus, you can get an easy-to-grasp leather-wrapped steering wheel in the ProMaster. This item can’t be found in the NV.
Ram ProMaster vs Nissan NV: Technology
To monitor your whole fleet of vehicles, the Ram ProMaster includes a Ram Telematics system that lets you keep a watch on them and also gauge their productivity and efficiency levels. With the Nissan, nothing comparable arises.
You’ll be able to direct your Ram with Integrated Voice Command to perform certain functions on board. If you drive the Nissan, it offers Voice Recognition, but it’s optional. Four speakers outfit the ProMaster, so you can hear the radio for the weather report or music to entertain you while you work. Only two speakers furnish the NV in its standard configuration.
Ram ProMaster vs Nissan NV: Capability
Running from one appointment to the next delivery takes some stamina. The Ram 3.6L Pentastar® V6 engine pumps out the juice with a best-in-class 280 horsepower, accompanied by a 6-speed automatic transmission. You’ll also get the agility of the class-exclusive front-wheel drive system, which gives you extra traction on more slippery roads.
Coming in second, the Nissan uses a 4.0L V6 engine that pumps out 261 horsepower. It also supplies you with a 5-speed automatic transmission and rear-wheel drive.
Ram ProMaster vs Nissan NV: Safety
Safety systems keep you on high alert while you’re trying to make appointments without a minute to spare. Add Blind Spot Monitoring with Rear Cross Path Detection, so you can see what’s lurking in those less-visible corners. You can also boost your security with the available Forward Collision Warning with Active Braking to avoid an upcoming accident.
Neither system comes in the Nissan, so you won’t get that extra protection that you may need when on the run.
Make an Executive Decision: 2021 Ram ProMaster vs 2021 Nissan NV
Getting the right set of wheels to get your business off the ground means weighing the features of both the 2021 Ram ProMaster and the 2021 Nissan NV. See what could benefit you when you drive around Fenton and Grand Blanc, MI. To learn more, schedule a test drive at LaFontaine CDJR Fenton.