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It’s summer — the perfect time to hit the road and see the country. Fortunately, your NV® Passenger van is as ready to get going as you are.
With a class-leading 324 seating configurations,[] NV Passenger is prepared for what the day brings — and for where adventure takes you. With seating for up to 12 passengers and six easily removable independent rear seats, it's easy to find that perfect combination of seating and cargo-carrying ability.[] Watch how NV Passenger makes it all possible.
For quick trips or extended getaways, NV Passenger van is the ultimate people mover and crowd pleaser. Rear climate controls and plenty of power outlets[] ensure interior comfort and convenience for everyone. But how do you make the most of the NV Passenger’s versatile up to 218.9 cubic feet of cargo space,[] creature comforts and your time this summer? It’s easy — just load up on these handy tips before you pack up the van.
TUCK THINGS AWAY
Thankfully, NV Passenger has a lot of thoughtful, cleverly “hidden” storage. An available deep center console provides room for electronics big and small, with plenty of space left over for oversized items.[][] There’s even a driver-side under-seat drawer to stow important items from tools to tablets nearby when you need them and out of sight when you don’t.[][]
STOW WITH SPACE BAGS
Space bags (the kind you roll to remove excess air) are great for compressing bulky items like linens, blankets and pillows. Done right, you can cut the amount of space taken by these larger items.
BRING, DON’T BUY
Bringing snacks from home rather than buying them at a gas station saves time, money and usually means healthier options. Freeze-dried fruit and veggies are lightweight and satisfy between-meal cravings. Nuts and seeds are an easy source of salty and crunchy protein on the go.
PACK AN “OOPS” BAG
Spills and accidents are inevitable on a road trip. Plan on bringing along moistened wipes, several plastic bags for trash, a roll of paper towels and a few full-length towels. Keep the items in reach for any time you hear “oops.”
With a little bit of planning, smart organization and your versatile NV Passenger leading the way, your road trips can be the high point of your summer vacation.
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