2023 Nissan Urvan makes silent PH debut

There are very few passenger commuter vans left for sale in the market, of course, the top of mind would be the Toyota Hiace and the Nissan Urvan.

These two vans have been duking it out over the years as the chosen people haulers of the Philippines, most of the tourist destinations in the country are populated with these vans.

So naturally, given the popularity of vans, it would be important to keep updating them, thankfully Nissan got the memo and has decided to update the Urvan.

Nissan Urvan NV350 Updates

The main highlights of the update for the 2023 Nissan Urvan are aesthetic. First up are the changes to the front fascia, such as the reworked bumper and the grille is now very similar to the one found on the Navara pickup. The Urvan now also features the new brand logo placed front and center on the grille.

Inside the changes are the new steering wheel shape which is now a D-cut type, or specifically it looks like the steering wheel found in most of Nissan’s vehicles. There is also an updated radio for the 2023 Urvan, while the seating arrangement for the Urvan remains either a 15-seater layout or an 18-seater layout.

The engine remains the same, it is the familiar YD25DDTi which puts out 127 hp and 356 Nm of torque. Transmission options are either a 5-speed manual or a 5-speed automatic for the Urvan Premium.

Here are the prices for the 2023 Nissan Urvan NV350:

NV350 Urvan 15-seater – PHP 1,509,000

NV350 Urvan 18-seater – PHP 1,519,000

NV350 Urvan Cargo – PHP 1,199,000

NV350 Urvan Premium AT – PHP 1,919,000

NV350 Urvan Premium MT – PHP 1,790,000

There are reportedly already stocks of the Urvan at Nissan dealerships nationwide, so if you’re in the market for a tried and tested (not to mention dependable) people carrier, you can add the updated Urvan to your list.

Pablo Salapantan

Pablo Salapantan

Pablo's first word was probably "Car", and this has developed into a personal passion that has consumed his professional life as well.

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