Ford Transit Connect Cargo vs Nissan NV200
Ford Transit connect is possibly the most tech savvy minivan in the business. It comes with a similar Inline-4 engine as the NV200 but drills out more horses. Also, the Transit is a better looking van. To combat Ford Nissan features more cargo space which is a lucrative thing to do for the minivan section. In terms of efficiency both vans are evenly matched but the absence of extended wheelbase and height may discourage Nissan’s shoppers.
When it comes to delivering a boxy van to ferry cargo both brands have done a great job but Nissan did it better.
Ram Promaster City Tradesman vs Nissan NV200
Away from Metris’s high price, the Ram Promaster is dominating the minivan market right now. Its slightly less powerful than the Metris but you can parley that for the price. The cargo space is more than the NV200 which is a big factoring point. However, the Nissan wins the battle of efficiency with a little margin. Another important area of interest is payload, and Ram Promaster can haul up to 1,800 pounds making it a clear winner in terms of functionality.
Mercedes Metris Cargo vs Nissan NV200
Mercedes Metris is like Mohammad Ali of minivans. It runs in its own league with more than 200 horsepower and better interior quality. In terms of looks, yes it has the Merc’s charm duly embedded to its core. It’s also the most utilitarian minivan in the lot with its gigantic cargo bay, no other minivan catches up to the Metris’s potential. The drive quality has a huge difference, if you like the NV 200 you will love the Metris.
Since the price difference is a little over $3000. We would suggest you to go with the Metris.