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172012 Nissan NV2500 HD food trucks deliver deliciousness in LA

Auto journalists love food. So if you're an automaker that's looking to get some hot ink about your brand-new food trucks, bringing them to an auto show during press days is a sure-fire way to get their attention. Well, as long as they're stocked with tasty edibles.

18Nissan showcases NV versatility with food truck concepts

There's no limit to what a versatile commercial van can be used for, from shuttling travelers to and from the airport to delivering all manner of goods and services. In many cities that includes food trucks, which have rapidly been growing in popularity especially in Los Angeles.

21Nissan luring business owners to buy new van with free upgrade packages

Thanks to its new NV series of body-on-frame vans, Nissan now has a stake in the commercial cargo moving market. But how will the Japanese automaker entice fleet buyers to stop their scheduled orders for tried-and-true options like the Ford E-Series and Mercedes-Benz Sprinter in favor of unproven models like the NV 1500, 2500 and 3500? The answer appears to be some clever incentives.

4Sales of Nissan NV commercial van pushed back to early 2011

Nissan NV – Click above for high-res image gallery

20Report: New Renault-Nissan tieup with Daimler could result in commercial van linkages

2011 Nissan NV2500 HD – Click above for high-res image gallery

48NTEA 2010: Nissan pulls the covers off NV commercial van

2011 Nissan NV2500 HD – Click above for high-res image gallery

50Nissan unveils NV commercial van, available in three different flavors

Nissan NV commercial vans – Click above for high-res image gallery

45Spy Shots: 2010 Nissan Patrol

UPDATE: Images removed at request of Nissan.

12NV2500 Concept gives up Nissan naming scheme

The massive-looking NV2500 concept scheduled to be unveiled at the Detroit Auto Show this January signals Nissan's interest in the commercial vehicle market. A quick glance at the trademark website shows that the hulking Nissan won't be alone if it ever hits the market. Mike Levine over at Pickuptrucks.com put his Sherlock Holmes hat on and discovered that Nissan also had the names NV1500 and NV3500 earmarked for potential use. The Japanese automaker has a similar naming convention for pickups,

AddDetroit 2009: Nissan NV2500 concept coming to NAIAS

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