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Old 08-01-2018, 01:16 AM   #1
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Black 2016 Nissan NV 2500 HD Camper 2k miles winch

Van was in a mild front passenger side accident with no cab or frame damage. No air bag deployment. Professionally repaired with all Nissan parts with receipts: hood, grille, passenger side inner and outer fender, front bumper, head light, radiator and condenser. Repair was at 250 miles. Entire repair was bolt on parts--no welding, no bondo. Frame/suspension/engine was untouched and is pristine. Have all before pictures. Paint is excellent with only the hood, passenger fender and bumper facia having been professionally painted.

317 horse with 9k towing capacity. Thus van is fast and handles like an SUV.

Fully loaded-all power and cold AC. Navigation, cruise, 110 volt house electric outlet from factory. Remote starting/alarm. Power windows and mirrors. Towing package.

Passenger side rear sliding door has an all glass window with two smaller windows that open with screens. Rear-most passenger side has matching non-opening window. Factory-style black vinyl "carpeting" throughout.

Rear dinette has a pull-out 4' long "drawer" on 500lb ball bearing sliders that holds an in-built gas cook top (included but needs minor installation). Dinette base is all steel and bolts in at factory locations--no drilling holes in the van. Bases need to be powder coated or painted.

Has the front factory bucket seats and a third (matching) factory seat I had installed behind the front passenger seat--seats three in the bucket seats and at least 4 in the rear (have side-facing seat belt harnesses not installed).

Dual batteries with isolator. Hidden winch in front bumper.

USAA will loan $21,500.00 on this van and values it at over $26k (due to restored title) and that figure does not take into consideration the custom wheels and tires, winch, etc.

Wheels and tires are brand new.

Custom roof rails bolt to factory location but need to be powder coated. Roof rack has been sold. If I had to do it again I would buy the XL Rhino Rack as it is light and low profile.

USAA has valued this van at over 26k not including the wheels, winch, etc. USAA will loan $21,500 on this very van (on approved credit) for 60 or 70 months.

Asking 23k. May take less without the winch and dual batteries. Even less without the wheels and tires (have factory chrome wheels with great stock tries).

Can be converted to a 4x4 van for 11k by Advanced 4x4 in Utah.

We camped in this van while our property in Prescott was being ready for home build. Selling to complete the house.

No dissapointsments here.

David at 602-616-3375
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