The Nissan Caravan is designed by Nissan as a fleet vehicle and a cargo van. Several configurations with efficient engines of this van are available: the GX (flat roof) and DX (high roof) models, several engine types such as KA20 1990cc petrol engine for VPE24 & VPE25, TD27 2660cc diesel engine for VRMGE24 and ZD30 and 2950cc diesel engine for VWME25. It has been produced around the world for decades, so parts are readily available. The Nissan Caravan is the ultimate workhorse.
Whether you plan to haul cargo or transporting a large group of people, space is not a problem with the Nissan Caravan Van. Along with its unparalleled spaciousness, the Caravan Van boasts power steering and windows, sliding doors, and safety features such as airbags and an anti-lock braking system. Optional features include keyless entry.
Since its debut in the market in the 1970s, the Caravan has had many models, facelifts and upgrades, with the E25 (also called the Isuzu Como in Japan) running for a long time between 2001 to 2012. Currently, the Caravan comes in its NV350 model which still shares the alternate name as its predecessor. The engines of the models from 2012 onwards, the engines mentioned above achieved fuel economy improvement from 5-10% by Japan's fuel economy standards as of 2015.